Here’s what’s happening this month at Nonprofit Marketing Guide:

Online Training:

May 2: Build a Better Nonprofit Blog: Simple Steps to Turn Your Boring Blog Into a Powerhouse

Breathe some life into your blog or get the inspiration to start one.

Registration is $20 or free with an All-Access Pass

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May 15 & 16: Everything You Need to Know About Editorial Calendars

[Two-Part Webinar Series] Learn everything you need to know to set up and use an editorial calendar to increase your communications effectiveness.

Registration is $199 for the series or free with an All-Access Pass

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May 23: Do This, Not That: 10 Relatively Easy Ways to Fix Some Big Nonprofit Communications Problems

Get practical solutions to some of the biggest communications problems in the nonprofit industry. 

Registration is $20 or free with an All-Access Pass

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Coaching and Mentoring:

Communications Director Mentoring Program

Registration is now open for our next session of the Mentoring Program for Nonprofit Communications Directors. This six-month program is led by Kivi and lasts from July 2019 – December 2019. Space is limited and spots have already been taken.

Learn More and Claim Your Spot


On the Blog:

Kivi will talk about editorial calendars as well as more on the 7 styles of nonprofit writing.

I will share some call to action tips on the 15th.

Peter Panepento will be back on the 23rd.

Mondays feature our blog series called #NPCOMMLife. This is also the home for our Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator series (Share your day with us).

And, as always, join me Fridays in May for Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators. This weekly round-up features the good stuff I’ve found from around the web just for you.


Email Subscribers:

I will send the Nonprofit Writing Prompts email newsletter this week with prompts for June.

We send our Weekly Tips and Updates email newsletter on Wednesdays which includes THE 5 Things You Need to Know.

Published On: May 1, 2019|Categories: Nonprofit Training|

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