At Noon Eastern today (9:00 a.m. Pacific), I’ll be answering your questions live during a Chronicle of Philanthropy chat on “Smart Ways to Make a Small Marketing Budget Go Far.” It’s part of my Virtual Book Tour. You’ll be able to review the transcript even if you can’t make the chat live.

Watch later today for an interview that Katya Andresen did with me for The Nonprofit Marketing Blog (update: here it is). I’ll be showing up on Frogloop and SocialFish later this week too. And for those of you in the DC area, don’t forget the Happy Hour/Book Party near Dupont Circle on Friday from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. RSVP Here.

Stops on the Book Tour

Here are the other stops I’ve made in the last week:

Where to Begin with Nonprofit Marketing at Getting Attention (June 1)

Five Ways to Do More Marketing in Less Time at Have Fun – Do Good (June 3)

Knitting Together Your Website, Email, and Social Media Content on Beth’s Blog (June 3)

Top Three Challenges for Nonprofit Communicators on IMPACTMAX (June 7)

Book Reviews

And here are some reviews of the book I think you’ll enjoy:

Why Fundraising Writing Needs a Boost & What You Can Do About It (at The Non Prophet, by the Community Foundation of Sarasota County)

Welcome Help for the One-Person Marketing Department (at

Thanks to Josh Leo for being the first to review the book on Amazon! If you have a copy of the book already, please add your review to Amazon too!

Winners of the All-Access Passes

On Friday, we drew three names out of all of the people who forwarded their book receipts to us last week as winners of Quarterly All-Access Passes to our weekly webinar series. Congratulations to Theresa Harris of the World Organization for Human Rights USA, Jo-Ann Proudian at VascularCures, and Carolyn Paige of the Animal Protection Society of Durham!

Published On: June 8, 2010|Categories: Communications Plans and Marketing Strategies|