Happy Friday, Friends! Let’s warm ourselves next to the most helpful articles, posts, tips, and more from around the world of nonprofit marketing and fundraising. This week we have empowered storytelling, a Twitter planner, YouTube and web design tips, and more.

It’s time for Mixed Links…

Want to tell your clients’ stories, but worried about exploiting them? Nel Taylor shares 7 Ways to Tell Stories Ethically: The Journey From Exploited Program Participant to Empowered Storyteller.

Here are 3 Effective Ways To Collaborate With Your Team.

Twitter has compiled their best tips and tools into their 2021 Twitter Planner.

For YouTubers, YouTube Adds New Data Insights to Highlight Video Performance in First 24 Hours After Posting

And 21 YouTube SEO Tools to Boost Your Video Rankings

Critical for engaging supporters, you’ll find everything you need to conquer mobile with the The State of Mobile 2021.

Trouble with your website? See Nonprofit Web Design: 3 Common Challenges & Solutions.

Or 3 Ways Strong Web Design Can Get Your Nonprofit Better Results.

Madison Gonzalez has 3 Tips to Hook Your Nonprofit Audience’s Attention from the Beginning.

And finally, find out Why You Should Read Less Books in 2021.

Catch Up on Our Content from This Week…

Nonprofit Training Opportunities for You…

The Annual All-Access Pass to Training Webinars

You can attend all of our training webinars and workshops for free as well as access lots of other goodies for 365 days with an All-Access Pass

Learn more and get your All-Access Pass.

January 21: Communications Planning for 2021 Master Class with Kivi Leroux Miller

[Three-Hour Workshop] Join us for this Master Class and create an effective communications plan for your organization.

Registration for this series is $249 or FREE with an All-Access Pass

Learn More and Register

February 4: Writing a Fabulous Case for Support with Tom Ahern

[90-Minute Webinar] Learn how to create a case for support that BOTH captures the donor’s imagination and inspires giving.

Registration for this series is $129 or FREE with an All-Access Pass

Learn More and Register

Published On: January 15, 2021|Categories: Mixed Links, Nonprofit Marketing Trends|