Sharing the Good Stuff on the Web for Nonprofit Marketers and FundraisersHope you had a great week! Let’s dive right into some Mixed Links…

The week started off with a bit of a brouhaha (love that word!) between fundraisers and marketers. Luckily, cooler heads prevailed and now everyone is happy – for the most part. If there is still animosity between your fundraising staff and your marketing staff, read Nancy Schwartz’s 4 Steps to a Powerful Marketing-Fundraising Partnership—Better Together.

Bethany Turner encourages you to share those pictures with us in 3 Benefits to Participating in a Photo-A-Day Challenge.

Ever send a targeted email out to your entire list on accident? See how DoSomething handled their text message gaffe in DoSomething Uses Trademark Humor to Say Sorry for Text-Message Error.

Steve McLaughlin breaks down year-end email appeals in 400 More Email Subject Lines from End of Year Fundraising.

Even though the Nonprofit Marketing Guide Facebook page doesn’t have it yet, we are excited about the new Facebook call-to-action button for pages. See How to Add The Facebook Page Call-To-Action Button to Your Page.

Wondering what it takes to be a great social media manager? HubSpot shares the 6 Jobs the Best Social Media Managers Actually Do.

ActionSprout is hosting a series of webinars beginning next week with Mastering Facebook’s Newsfeed Algorithm to Boost Your Content! 

Submissions are due next week – January 26th – for this month’s edition of the Nonprofit Blog Carnival. Beth Kanter is hosting, and the theme is online personal productivity.

And if you love fonts like I love fonts (and I think you do!), here are The 15 Best Fonts of 2014.

Nonprofit Training

February 2 and 10: Nonprofit Annual Reports Donors Will Actually Read

February 4: Marketing Bequests: The Delicate Art of Asking for That Final Gift with Tom Ahern

February 25: Right-Things, Right-Now Marketing: Your One-Page Path to Job Satisfaction and Unequaled Results

See you next week. I’m out…

FRIDAY!

Published On: January 23, 2015|Categories: Mixed Links, Nonprofit Communications, Nonprofit Marketing Trends|

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