Well another week of 2020 is done. How many more to go?!? Let’s distract ourselves with the most helpful articles, posts, tips, and more from around the world of nonprofit marketing and fundraising. This week we have a couple of reports with useful data, fundraising tips, misinformation traps to avoid and more.
It’s time for Mixed Links…
M+R shares Four Misinformation Traps Nonprofits Should Avoid in the 2020 US Elections (and Beyond).
Organic Reach is in Decline—Here’s What You Can Do About It from Hootsuite.
Hootsuite also put out the July Update of Digital 2020.
Another report recently released is The 2020 Global Trends in Giving Report.
For some storytelling tips, see The Rolling Stone Interview Revisited from Scott Westcott.
Bloomerang says Don’t Stop Fundraising! New Research Shows High-Dollar Donors Remain Confident.
And they also 7 Tips for Successful Fundraising During the COVID-19 Recovery Period.
Do you know How to Read?
And finally Vu Le thinks Democracy hangs in the balance. Nonprofit and philanthropy need to stop being neutral.
Catch Up on Our Content for This Week…
- Is Email More Inspiring Than Social Media?
- Nonprofit Brand and Style Guide [Video Tour]
- Your Top Questions for Other Comms Directors?
- Do Your Nonprofit’s PR Efforts Include Diverse Audiences?
Nonprofit Training Opportunities for You…
The Annual All-Access Pass to Training Webinars
You can attend all of our training webinars for free as well as all of our other training webinars for 365 days with an All-Access Pass.
October 6: The Seven Styles of Nonprofit Writing MASTER CLASS with Kivi Leroux Miller
[THREE-HOUR WORKSHOP] Learn how to master the seven distinct types of copywriting during this BRAND NEW interactive and engaging training opportunity.
Registration for this Master Class is $199 or FREE with an All-Access Pass
October 22: How to Say Thank You and Share Your Successes with Your Supporters with Kivi Leroux Miller
[Budget-Friendly Webinar] Learn how to talk to your supporters so they feel appreciated, included, and inspired to give again.
Registration for this Master Class is $20 or FREE with an All-Access Pass