Sharing the Good Stuff on the Web for Nonprofit Marketers and FundraisersHappy Friday! Join me for some Mixed Links…

Please take our 2015 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report Survey! The more nonprofit professionals who take the survey, the more robust our 2015 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report will be. Don’t forget – survey takers will be invited to an exclusive Trends Preview Webinar on December 11th (full details are in the survey.)  Take the survey now.

Allison Fine warns you about the 5 Falsehoods That Keep Nonprofits From Making the Most of Social Media. (We’re also excited about Allison blogging for us soon. Stay tuned!)

Looking for ideas to create better emails? Here are 10 Examples of Brilliant Email Marketing (and Why They’re So Great)

Your website needs be in great shape as you head into the year-end fundraising season. So you should know How Great Website Design Drives Connection & Action.

#GivingTuesday is not too far off. Here are Must Have GivingTuesday Apps – Recommended by the Pros.

Julia Reich helps answer the somewhat confusing question, What is the Difference between a Logo, Identity and Brand?

Do you think getting an MBA will help you be a better fundraiser? Richard Perry and Jeff Schreifels have some ideas on that in What Degree Should You Pursue to be a Better MGO?

Pam Grow has posted another installment of her “What’s in My Inbox” series. This time she shows us a recent email welcome message she received.

Don’t forget to send me your favorite nonprofit marketing and fundraising posts! Just tweet the link using #MixedLinks (and if you have room mention @kristinaleroux), then I will see if it’s a good fit for #MixedLinks. (And give you full credit for the find, of course.)

Nonprofit Training

December 2 and 9: Creating Nonprofit Annual Reports Donors Will Actually Read

December 8: Donor Newsletters That Raise More Money, Part 1 with Tom Ahern

Published On: November 21, 2014|Categories: Mixed Links, Nonprofit Marketing Trends|

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