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Is it Friday? Do we even know anymore? Well, happy Whateverday! I do know I have the best articles, posts, tips, and more from around the world of nonprofit marketing and fundraising. This week we have tips on brainstorming remotely, how to create better Instagram and Facebook ads, and more proof you should still be fundraising right now.

It’s time for Mixed Links…

If you need help collaborating with your colleagues while you are all at home, try these 25 Tools and Ideas for Brainstorming in a Remote World.

For ad tips, find out How to Run Instagram Ads on a Small Budget: 4 Tips.

And 5 reasons why your Facebook Ads campaigns are failing.

Then see How 8 Brands Use Instagram Story Swipe Ups.

Jeff Brooks answers the question Is raising funds the right thing to do right now? (Spoiler alert – it is.)

And then he also tells you to ditch these 6 bad excuses for not raising funds right now.

Twitter Provides Effective Poll Tips in Its Latest ‘Good Copy, Bad Copy’ Update

Stephanie Stahl says Content Marketing Can Do More Than Survive in the New World.

And finally, Beth Kanter shares The Secret To Successful Work/Life Balance When You Work From Home.

Catch Up on Our Content from the Week…

Nonprofit Training Opportunities for You…

The Annual All-Access Pass to Training Webinars

You can attend all of the following webinars for free as well as all of our other training webinars for 365 days with an All-Access Pass.

April 21: The Insider’s Guide to Online Fundraising with Jen Newmeyer

[Budget-Friendly Webinar] Understand the strategic objectives of digital engagement and online fundraising and run a more successful program.

Registration for this webinar is $20 or free with an All-Access Pass.

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April 23: How to Write a Direct Mail Appeal Letter In-House

[90-Minute Webinar] Learn how even small nonprofits can raise money with a direct mail appeal letter.

Registration for the series is $129 or free with an All-Access Pass.

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Published On: April 17, 2020|Categories: Mixed Links, Nonprofit Marketing Trends|