Seeking Examples of Nonprofits Collaboratively Marketing Programs and Services

  I am working on a new keynote presentation that I’ll be giving in late June on how nonprofits can collaborate on marketing communications. I would love to feature your organization in my presentation if you’ve been involved in anything like . . . Developing a new brand to represent products/services from multiple nonprofits Jointly…

When Sponsor Promotion Consumes Your Communications Channels

Here’s a conundrum that’s come up in multiple conversations lately. I’d love to hear your perspective and advice, so please share what you think in the comments below (click to the blog if you are reading this via email). Many nonprofits run events where the development department sells sponsorships, and many also accept major-donor sponsorships…

Blog Posts Needed: Sharing Progress, Communicating Accomplishments

In August, we here at Nonprofit Marketing Guide will be hosting the latest edition of the Nonprofit Blog Carnival. The Carnival is a round-up of recent posts — like a “best of”  — on a particular topic. For example, this month Joanne Fritz at About.com compiled 18 posts all about year-end fundraising. Reserve some time…

When You Have a Little Extra Left in the Marketing Budget

Sure, it’s more common in our line of work to be short on funds, but every now and then, like the end of the fiscal year, you might just find yourself with a little left over that you’d really like to spend. That’s the situation Kathy Powell is in. She’s the communications director at Temple…

Learn the Job, Love the Job: It’s Why We’re Here

  Every company should be able to quickly explain why it exists.  For us at Nonprofit Marketing Guide, we’ve often talked about things like “helping nonprofits do smart and savvy marketing and fundraising” and “providing training and resources to nonprofit communications pros.” This year, I realized that our business and philosophy have grown beyond that:…