Good day, good friends! Ready for the best articles, posts, tips, and more from around the world of nonprofit marketing and fundraising? This week you can get started on Instagram or show off your expertise there or on YouTube. I also have tips for year-end giving, Facebook changes, and a plea to think about how you recognize donors.

It’s time for Mixed Links…

If you are looking to position yourself as an expert in your field, find out How to Use YouTube and Instagram to Establish Authority

Or if you are just starting out on Instagram, read these Instagram Post Best Practices for Beginner ?Grammers.

Rachel Muir shares The #1 Way to Warm Up Your Donors For Year-End Giving.

Facebook Announces Change to Organic Page Impressions, Removal of Gray Verification Badges.

Classy shares 5 Reasons You Should Market Your Nonprofit with Online Courses.

Need more volunteers? Try these 4 Strategies to Increase Volunteer Sign-Up.

On LinkedIn? Here are LinkedIn Etiquette Fails: 7 Mistakes That Will Make You Look Unprofessional.

And finally, Vu Le says Let?s stop recognizing donors by donation levels.

Catch Up on Our Content from This Week?

Easy Ways to Lower Your Stress Levels #NPCOMMLIFE

Doing More Videos: Getting Over What?s Holding You Back

6 Proven Community Engagement Asks

Nonprofit Explainer Videos: Two Examples from Feeding America

Nonprofit Training Opportunities for You

November 5, 12, & 19: Nonprofit Communications CHECK IN Webinar Series

[Three-Part Series] Do a CHECK UP for your communications, CHECK ON your well-being at work, and CHECK OUT inspiration Files

Registration is $20 for each webinar or $50 for the series (or free with an All-Access Pass)

Learn More and Register

Have a great weekend!

Published On: October 18, 2019|Categories: Mixed Links, Nonprofit Marketing Trends|

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