7 Free Tools to Improve Your Nonprofit Marketing

We know you guys love your nonprofit marketing tools – especially when they are free! Billy Attar of Pipl is here today to share some tools we haven’t even heard of. Let us know what you think and share your favorite tools too! ~Kristina Guest Post by Billy Attar of Pipl We marketers are always on the lookout for…

Closing the Loop with Your Donors When You’re Not Sure What Information You’ll Get

I coached Cassia Burke’s organization Children of the Nations  a couple of years ago and I continue to be impressed with the way they have embraced near constant reporting and thanking of donors in creative ways. I’ve encouraged you to borrow borrow their ideas before and think you’ll like these ideas for keeping your donors informed as well. ~Kivi Guest…

Meet the Scary People Who Are Frightening Your Donors Away!

Next Tuesday, April 28th, Claire Meyerhoff and I are doing a FREE webinar encouraging you to banish boring nonprofit communications forever. How does nonprofit marketing and fundraising content become so boring? Claire explains in today’s post. ~Kivi Guest Post by Claire Meyerhoff, Editorial Director at Planned Giving Marketing In horror movies, lots of scary people look perfectly normal at…

Successful Facebook Advertising on Less than $2 a Day

A lot of people ask us whether Facebook advertising is a good idea or not. So we are happy to introduce the good folks over at ActionSprout to share some answers! They help nonprofits find supporters on Facebook and get them to act. We’ll be working with Action Sprout to provide more tips, resources, and training on…

Developing a Modern Public Relations Strategy

Last month, Peter Panepento challenged nonprofits to Stop Approaching PR Like It’s 2007. This month’s he’s back to share more about how you can best reach your audience and cultivate relationships with the media. ~Kivi Guest Post by Peter Panepento of Panepento Strategies You probably wouldn’t expect Bob Dylan to draw inspiration from Frank Sinatra.…

Go There! Case Study: Center for American Progress

“Brilliant experts can write compelling policy papers filled with breakthrough ideas to make our society better. But they can’t influence and shape the debate if no one is reading and digesting their work.” OMG! The folks at the Center for American Progress (CAP), a D.C.-based think tank, get it. In fact, CAP allocates a full…

BOOKMARK THIS: Big List of Twitter Chats for Nonprofits (Chat Tools, Too!)

Yearning for company, learning, or meaningful connections on Twitter? Try a Twitter chat! TWITTER CHAT  A conversation that happens on Twitter that’s focused within a certain time (usually an hour) on a specific topic and by a specific person or organization. If you’re struggling to “get” Twitter, Twitter chats just may give you that “aha” moment…