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Happy Friday, good people. Do you want  the best articles, posts, tips, and more from around the world of marketing and fundraising? Of course you do! This week I have more trends for 2019, marketing to millennials, free tools for nonprofits, and Ryan Reynolds.

It’s time for Mixed Links…

Kivi shares Tech Trends for Nonprofit Communicators in 2019 over on the NTEN blog.

Care2, hjc and NTEN have also just released the 2019 Digital Outlook Report.

You should apparently Prepare to Say Goodbye to Facebook Ad Set Budgets.

Here are 8 Actionable Nonprofit Social Media Tactics.

Remind your supporters why they should give with a few of these 37 Giving Quotes That Will Re-Energize Your Nonprofit Community.

Salesforce has created an infographic outlining 5 Steps to Creating Your Marketing Strategy for Millennials.

If you are having trouble with survey or focus group results translating to success in the real world, read The Treachery of Surveys.

Heather Mansfield at Nonprofit Tech for Good put together a list of 106 Free or Low-Cost Online Tools and Resources for Nonprofits.

And finally find out how funny man and Deadpool himself, Ryan Reynolds, Has Quietly Become One of the Best Marketers on the Planet.

Nonprofit Training Opportunities for You

February 28: Writing a Direct Mail Appeal Letter In-House

[Updated 90-minute format] Find out how direct mail REALLY works from one of the leading experts – Tom Ahern.

Registration is $129 or free with an All-Access Pass

Learn More and Register

March 7: For Nonprofit Communications Staff Only: How to Create Your Professional Development Plan

Find out how to create a professional development plan that puts you on the path to success. 

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

Learn More and Register

March 19 & 21: Content Marketing Campaigns: How Good Content Can Attract Thousands of People to Your Cause

[Two-part Webinar Series] Learn how to create content marketing campaigns that grow and engage your lists of supporters.

Registration is $199 for the series or free with an All-Access Pass (You can also register for Part 1 for $119)

Learn More and Register 

Published On: February 22, 2019|Categories: Mixed Links, Nonprofit Marketing Trends|

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