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What Type of Communications Team Works Best at Your Nonprofit?

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

According to our research, 75% of nonprofit communications teams are organized in one of four ways, based on how the workload for the team is created.

Fundraising and Marketing Teams: Integrated or Separate But Equal?

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

We need to break down the barriers preventing fundraising and marketing staff from cooperating in order to get the best results.

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Your Take: All-Staff Marketing Team (Nonprofit Blog Carnival)

Getting Attention

Welcome to the Nonprofit Blog Carnival on Launching and Supporting Your All-Staff Team of Powerful Marketers— the best methods and tools to ask, train, support, and thank your colleagues to be effective insight gatherers and messengers. . Here’s how I train orgs like yours to Extend Your Reach with an All-Staff Messenger Team.

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Nonprofit Marketing Team Roles and Tasks – Who Does What?

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Key point of contact for all major internal and external relationships (eyes, ears, and mouth of the marketing team as a whole). list bait).

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Communications Team Models: What’s Best for Your Nonprofit?

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

While those teams are equally distributed, that’s really where the similarities end. Marketing Team Nonprofit Communications Trends

The 2016 Best Nonprofit Conferences Calendar

EveryAction

The 2015 - 2016 Best Nonprofit Conferences Calendar is ready for upload right into your Google or Outlook Calendar with a single click. spacer.

Get Everyone on Your Marketing Team – 3 Steps

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

On Tuesday, I’m presenting the webinar, Turning Your Whole Staff and Board into an Effective Marketing Team. Of course they are.

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The Best Cause Marketing of 2011

Cause Related Marketing

Here in date order of the original post are my top eleven Best Cause Marketing Efforts of 2011. The Best Cause Marketed Country Band.

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The Best of Social Marketing in 2016

Social Marketing and Social Change

What are some of the best papers published in social marketing this past year? Marketing teams reported that FoQus helped them in several ways.

How WE Do It! The Best Video Ever

Getting Attention

I’m going to follow up with the team there to find out, and I’ll let you know. That’s definitely me! Is it you? Bonus!

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10 Exciting Fundraising Ideas for Sports Teams

Fundraiser Ideas

Sports teams often have to raise money for a variety of reasons. Whatever the reason your team needs to raise money, here are 10 exciting fundraising ideas for sports teams: Fast Pitch Fundraiser – This is a great fundraiser for baseball teams. Again, a participation fee is the best way to make money with this fundraiser.

10 Best Cause Marketing Promotions of 2016 [SLIDESHARE]

Selfish Giving

10 Best Cause Marketing Promotions of 2016 from Selfish Giving Welcome to my annual 10 Best Cause Marketing Promotions of 2016. Success!

What Skills Should a Communications Team Have?

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

I’m a member of EARN’s first-ever communications team, and we’re thinking strategically about what roles and functions we’ll need to fill for the coming year. I was wondering if you’d be willing to share any insights or resources into how best to setup a communications team at a nonprofit. Great!

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3 Steps to a Powerful, All-Organization Team of Messengers

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

This agency is renowned for high-quality service delivery, but even many of the folks who know it best—referring health care providers, current clients and their families—think it provides a far narrower range of services in fewer locations than it currently does.

11 Weeks to Go: Launch Your #GivingTuesday Team!

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

The Best December Ever. First up: Building your #GivingTuesday Team. Enthusiasm + Planning + Execution = Success! Board. Volunteers.

Best Cause Marketing Campaigns of 2012

Selfish Giving

I searched through all my posts and Pinterest boards from last year and came up with my 2012 picks for best cause marketing campaigns.

Turn Colleagues, Board, & Supporters into Powerful Year-End Fundraisers

Getting Attention

Joking aside, it may seem like your team’s hard work and limited resources won’t be enough. There is a way to move past this seemingly insurmountable barrier—Launch a team of messengers to be your nonprofit’s ambassadors for year end (and beyond). The best part? Are you banging your head against the wall yet? Good news!

8 Interview Guidelines for Capturing the Best Stories

Getting Attention

You might get some of your best information this way. Prepare. But don’t make assumptions based on those things.) Might be.). Record.

You’re the Best—Sharing 11 Sources I Love In Thanks

Getting Attention

You are the best! It pulls the best, for free, from the content created for Marketing Prof members. So I thank you! Refreshing!

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Getting Other People to Meet Your Deadlines

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Who works best from an outline? Who works best under deadline pressure? Here are some approaches you might try.

Best Response So Far to End of Year Gifts

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

The award for best response so far goes to the Wilderness Society. I’m willing to cut them some slack until February because of that.

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#SOCIALMEDIA: Online Communication Is A Team Sport

Non Profit Marketing 360

One of the best of the many anomalies of the game is the fact that the O’s Designated Hitter, Chris Davis went 0-for-8, with 5 strikeouts ?

The Best in Social Marketing in 2013

Social Marketing and Social Change

This year I was able to curate the best writing in social marketing over the past 40 years into a 6 volume series on Social Marketing. 2013). ''Get

Obama email team reveals what worked - and didn’t - in election fundraising

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

It highlighted insights from the digital team who sent out fundraising emails for the Obama campaign. There were 18 very smart people on the email team alone, and they often predicted the wrong winners among versions of emails. The best segmentation was based on what donors did - not how they voted or their demographics.

6 Ways to Train All-Org Messengers

Getting Attention

Build your team’s skill and confidence by sharing concrete examples of situations that are ripe for an ask. All-Org Marketing Team

2 Places to Find the Best FREE Fundraising Resources in the Universe

iMarketSmart

Claire Axelrad’s Clairification : The best resource for all kinds of fundraising insights. You can’t lose. She’s a genius.

Share Our Strength, Shake Shack Team Up for Pinup Program

Selfish Giving

The two have teamed up for a cause marketing pinup program called the Great American Shake Sale at ten Shake Shack locations on the East coast.

Let Your People Do the Talking (Do It Differently: Part 1)

Getting Attention

Best of all, Julie wanted to help. All-Org Marketing Team all-staff messengers fundraising storytelling year-endTested Turnaround!

5 Leadership Failures That Hurt Communications and Fundraising

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

What is the best way to reach a goal? No Real Strategy. Strategy, by definition, requires choices to be made. No Sense of Priorities.

Having a Book Club at Your Nonprofit

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Guest Bloggers Marketing TeamMelinda Billings. We’ve been talking about ways to include other staff members in your work. Kristina.

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Doing Your Best Work

The Agitator

Are you going to do your best work this week? Indeed, what motivates you to do your best work? ”)? Something else?

5 Simple Ways to Motivate Your Fundraising Team

Fundraiser Ideas

When I think about how I came up with the skills to motivate my fundraising team, I remember a team I was on years ago. I never felt so inspired and motivated to sell as I did in that fundraising team. Looking back now, there were five reasons why that particular fundraising team motived me more than any others did.

Cutting the Workaholic Martyr Crap Starts with You

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

To plan for what are strategically the best new moves for your organization? Marketing Team Nonprofit Communications Professional Development

Remember Your Own—Make Internal Communications Matter

Getting Attention

But it’s vital to keep your team (and others) in the loop. We fail as a team, but we also win as a team. No thanks!”

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No Hard Choices = No Strategy and No Leadership

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Hiring Consultants Marketing Team Nonprofit Communications Nonprofit Marketing Strategy leadership This is not a strategy. Or was it her?

What a Development AND Communications Director Really Does

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

One integrated team of several people? Of course, sometimes this is the best the organization can do. Agree/disagree? Absolutely.

The Best Event I Ever Had

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My best event ever was not even my event at all. I told the NFG team about my dilemma and my lack of good judgment in promising something this big in such a short amount of time. I know that does not make sense, but please allow me this brief explanation. I got into the office around 10:00 a.m. As I adjusted my keyboard the phone rang.

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Which is more important? Fundraising or The Olympics?

Wild Woman Fundraising

In last year’s weightlifting world championships, she bested every other American—both female and male. This seems about right. Misogyny?

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You’ve Just Been Promoted to Chief of Staff

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Something more like a Chief of Staff to your executive director or senior management team? Leili Khalessi. Listening for problems and concerns.

4 Steps to Moving Your Marketing and Fundraising Teams to a Productive Partnership (Case Study)

Getting Attention

All the best, Larry Guengerich, Communications Coordinator. In fact, the marketing-fundraising divide — whether these teams are joined in a single department or not — is one of the most common challenges nonprofits must tackle. Have you experienced any of these mergers where the department heads became Co-Directors?