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TGIF! Let’s have some Mixed Links…

Although we won’t be making the trek to the Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) this year due to a schedule conflict, we still recommend this conference to all nonprofit communicators. Regular registration for this year’s conference, which takes place in DC, ends January 31st. NTEN also just posted What’s New at the NTC This Year.

Joanne Fritz asks Are Nonprofits Reshuffling Their Social Media?

Amy Sample Ward also has some social media tools to watch in 2014.

For more social media tips, read The “Three A’s” of Nonprofit Social Media Engagement.

One of our 7 Changes to Make in 2014 was making your website your online headquarters. Network for Good shares how you can make your website more effective.

Collecting data is important, but Lori Jacobwith reminds you that your data needs to tell a compelling story in order to get people to take action.

Jeff Brooks takes a look at one nonprofit’s banner ad and what’s wrong with it in Don’t Tell Donors What They Are Not Doing.

The Agitator has some information on how to figure out why donors are losing interest in your organization.

Advocacy campaigns can take time. Here are some tips to handling long term advocacy campaigns in Navigating Towards Cultural Change.

Finally, if you hiring new interns this year, have them read this advice from Beth Kanter.

Nonprofit Training

A La Carte Webinar

January 29: Marketing Bequests: The Delicate Art of Asking for That Final Gift (Registration is $99 or free with the All-Access Pass)

All-Access Pass Webinars

January 28: Annual Report Basics: Written Annual Reports Donors Will Actually Read

February 5: Advanced Annual Reports: Video Annual Reports and Infographics to Share Your Results With Donors

February 12: Feedback and Fine-Tuning: Troublesome Boards with Gail Perry

See you next week!


Published On: January 24, 2014|Categories: Mixed Links, Nonprofit Communications, Nonprofit Marketing Trends|

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