How are you holding up? Good-ish, I hope! Let’s get to the best articles, posts, tips, and more from around the world of nonprofit marketing and fundraising. This week have the M+R Benchmarks Study, resources for #GivingTuesdayNow, tips on going viral, some good news, and more.
It’s time for Mixed Links…
As mentioned, the 2020 M+R Benchmarks Study has been released.
Amid the economic gloom, some hopeful indicators emerge for marketers.
GivingTuesday has some ideas and resources for #GivingTuesdayNow on May 5th.
Kristen Matthews has put together a list of 150+ Marketers to Follow.
Feeling even more drained after a day of video conferencing than you did after meetings at work? You may have ‘Zoom fatigue’: Here’s Why Video Calls Are So Exhausting.
If you are a foundation, you may want to check out Sending Help Fast: Setting Up & Managing Emergency Grants in Times of Crisis.
Janet Aronica at Hubspot has 6 Tips for Creating Content That Spreads Naturally.
And Ann Smarty at Social Media Today has 7 Ways to Maximize the Viral Potential of Your Content Marketing Efforts.
I mentioned this in a few of my blog posts this week, but in case you missed it Facebook Publishes New Guide on How to Maintain Connection With Audiences Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic.
And if you need some company, try 5 Social Distancing Busters.
Catch Up on Our Content from the Week…
- How Extroverts Are Surviving Social Distancing #NPCOMMLIFE
- A Screenshot Tutorial on How to Create a Facebook Group
- How to Get People to Join Your New Facebook Group
- How to Get Your Nonprofit’s Story Told During Covid-19
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