Happy Friday, everyone! Let’s cap off this chilly week with some Mixed Links (and maybe a little dancing)…

New survey results from Pew Research show that while Facebook is still the top dog among social networks, its growth has slowed especially compared to Pinterest, Instagram, and Twitter.

The Fundraising Effectiveness Project (FEP) has released its findings in inforgraphic form from their latest survey. It seems donor retention is improving which aligns with what we saw in our 2015 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report.

Pam Grow’s series What’s in My Mailbox is a great resource if you are looking for real-world examples. Check out A Call to Action That Can’t Be Beat.

Heard the recent rumblings that year-end fundraising season is a myth? Here is Blackbaud’s response. 

Jeff Brooks encourages you to take control of your fundraising life using the “Eisenhower Matrix.”

Fundraisers and grant-seekers, see if you agree with Inside Philanthropy’s Top Philanthropy Obsessions in 2015.

For year-end giving results, Network for Good saw an 18% increase in total donation volume from December 2013 to December2014.

And finally, another reminder that submissions for the for the 2015 DoGooder National Video Awards are due February 8th.

And if you need a little dance break today, I give you Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson on Ellen……You’re welcome.

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Published On: January 16, 2015|Categories: Mixed Links, Nonprofit Communications, Nonprofit Marketing Trends|

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