Good Stuff on the web for nonprofit communicatorsThis Friday could not come soon enough. I really need some Mixed Drinks – I mean Mixed Links

Capital campaign experts Andrea Kihlstedt and Gail Perry are presenting a free webinar on March 3rd called How to Hire the Right Capital Campaign Consultant for Your Campaign.

Voting begins today for the DoGooder Nonprofit Video Awards. This year’s winners will be announced March 14th at the Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) in Washington D.C.

Ryan King talks about why arts and cultural organizations should use Instagram and Pinterest.

Have a boss or board member who is just not a nice person? Anonymously email them this post from the Harvard Business Review – I’m the Boss! Why Should I Care If You Like Me?

The Nonprofit Blog Carnival is taking submissions for March. Next month’s theme is focusing on disrupting the nonprofit sector. To find out what they mean and learn how to submit your post, see Allyson Kapin’s post.

More backup for the post I wrote last year on whether or not people are reading your articles – Reading is Out, Retweeting is In: Study Shows Users Barely Get Past Headlines Before Sharing.

Project Eve shares 7 Ways to Simplify Your Work Life Balance – very much needed advice. (We would also add to #6 –  get away from your desk for lunch every once in a while.)

Finally don’t forget to check out our favorite snarky nonprofit related tumblr When You Work at a Nonprofit. (If cussing offends you, you probably don’t want to click that link.)

Nonprofit Training

A La Carte Webinar

March 26: Advanced Social Media Strategies: Running Campaigns and Building Engagement on Multiple Social Networks ($75 or FREE with an All-Access Pass)

All-Access Pass Webinars

March 11: Email Newsletters for Nonprofits Part I: Strategies to Make the Most of Your E-Newsletter

March 19: Email Newsletters for Nonprofits Part II: Writing and Designing Great E-Newsletters

See you next week!

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