Moscow Mule for Mixed LinksWas this a long week for anyone else? Let’s finish it off with a few Mixed Links…

First off, a big THANKS to the over 1,500 nonprofit professionals who took our 2015 Communications Trends Survey.

You can register now for this free webinar from Gail Perry at Fired-Up Fundraising –
Last Minute Fundraising Strategies to Take You Over Goal! This webinar takes place on Tuesday, December 9, 2-3pm ET.

Early Bird registration for the Nonprofit Technology Conference by NTEN ends December 15th. The conference will take place in Austin, TX March 4th – 6th.

Speaking of NTEN, they are redesigning their website and chronicling it in a series of blog posts. Their latest takes a look at the process behind changing the homepage.

LightBox Collaborative has released their 2015 Editorial Calendar. It’s full of ideas, tips and tools to help nonprofits take charge of their communications channels in 2015.

With #GivingTuesday behind us, Network for Good shares A Post-#GivingTuesday Flowchart.

I know. I know. A lot of you just don’t buy the #GivingTuesday hype. But at the rate it’s growing at some point you may have to.

In case you missed it the week before Thanksgiving, November’s Nonprofit Blog Carnival was all about giving thanks. Head over to Pam Grow’s blog to take a look at how you can say thanks to your supporters.

Avoid making these mistakes on your donation or other landing pages by taking a look at the Worst Landing Page Ever Created. (This is obviously a post written to sell this company’s services, but the mistakes they point should definitely be avoided by whoever designs your site.)

Guidestar is sharing several excerpts from Jerold Panas’ book Making a Case Your Donors Will Love. Check out Statistics and Damn Lies (and Your Case Statement).

Nonprofit Training

NEW: Our Annual All-Access Pass is on sale this month. Save $100 and get a year’s worth of training for only $499. That’s less than 10 bucks a week for training on direct mail, social media, content marketing, branding, annual reports, and so much more. Learn more about the new things and bonuses we are offering for 2015.

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

December 9: Creating Nonprofit Annual Reports Donors Will Actually Read


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Published On: December 5, 2014|Categories: Mixed Links, Nonprofit Marketing Trends|

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