Earlier today I emailed my Nonprofit Marketing Tips newsletter out to subscribers. It’s a free e-newsletter that I send 2-3 times per month, usually with at least two full-length articles and several shorter blurbs. While there is some overlap in topics, the articles in the e-newsletter usually do not appear on the blog and vice-versa.

You may be thinking, “Kivi, I already read your blog and now I should subscribe to your e-newsletter too?” That’s up to you, of course. But if you want to get *all* of the free advice I have to offer, you should.

The issue that went out earlier today includes an article on how to reach out to 20-somethings. Yes, I posted a similar article last week with tips from Sam Davidson (who’s speaking on tomorrow’s webinar), but the e-news article is a brand new one, full of tips from Sarah Sladek of Limelight Generations.

I also wrote an article on how to apply three trends in nonprofit marketing to your donor newsletter, and that article has not appeared on the blog and won’t, at least in its current form.

As with a subscription to this blog, you can unsubscribe from the e-newsletter or change your email address at anytime, easily and automatically. Why not try it, and if it’s too much, simply unsubscribe? You’ll find the sign-up form in the left sidebar of the Nonprofit Marketing Guide homepage.

Published On: May 6, 2008|Categories: Nonprofit Communications|

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