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Our Top Ten Blog Posts of 2016

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Here are the Top 10 blog posts published in 2016, according to Google Analytics page views: 10. Drum roll, please! Cut the Glut!

Smelling the Roses—Nonprofit Blog Carnival

Getting Attention

And that’s why I extended the conversation as the topic of the Nonprofit Blog Carnival I’m hosting this month.

Asana—Streamline the Work Behind Your Work (Nonprofit Blog Carnival)

Getting Attention

Register here for the Getting Attention blog & e-news. I shared my favorite (free!*) tool for project management: Asana ( www.asana.com ).

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February’s Nonprofit Blog Carnival: Going Beyond Resolutions

J Campbell Social Marketing

What is a Nonprofit Blog Carnival? The Nonprofit Blog Carnival is a monthly round-up of blog posts on topics for people like you, at nonprofits.

Should You Feed Your Blog to Facebook?

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

I use Hootsuite to automatically send new blog posts to both Twitter and Facebook. Love the daily blogging? So we have our answer! Great!

Nonprofit Blog Carnival: Going Beyond Resolutions (Call for Submissions)

J Campbell Social Marketing

I am very excited to be hosting the February 2016 Nonprofit Blog Carnival ! So, what exactly is a Nonprofit Blog Carnival? ”).

A Super Effective Online Fundraising Tool: The “Wins” Blog Post

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Try the “wins” blog post, a numbered summary of the good your donors made possible in the recent past. The email + blog post worked again!

Nonprofit Blog Carnival Wants to Know — What’s Your Dream?

Getting Attention

I have the honor of hosting the first Nonprofit Blog Carnival of 2012. Write a blog post or choose a recent post that fits the theme.

Raising Awareness for Your Cause – Nonprofit Blog Carnival

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Welcome to this month’s edition of the Nonprofit Blog Carnival, a roundup of great blog posts on a topic of interest to the nonprofit community.

Nonprofit Blog Carnival – Celebrating your nonprofit cause

Fundraising Coach

Photo courtesy of Chris Gorski used under Creative Commons licence It is my pleasure to be hosting the February Nonprofit Blog Carnival! link].

How to Blog Daily

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

I’ve been blogging Monday – Friday (or darn close) for about 18 months now. Even if you don’t follow it exactly (and I rarely do), it helps you keep on track with the kinds of things you want your blog to be known for. Get help with the blog admin. What tips do you have for blogging daily? Write ahead.

How to use a blog to generate planned giving gifts.

iMarketSmart

And that makes sense because blogs are a cost-effective way to tell stories and build a consistent emotional connection with constituents.

Make Blogging a Part of Your Social Media Strategy

J Campbell Social Marketing

Larger nonprofits have been early adopters of blogging , seeing the benefits in increased website traffic, email sign ups, and online donations.

YOU Can Make These Dreams Come True (Nonprofit Blog Carnival)

Getting Attention

P.S. Marc Pitman kicks off the February Nonprofit Blog Carnival with his Valentine’s Day-themed: How do you take care of yourself?

How to get tons more traffic for your nonprofit blog

Wild Woman Fundraising

When I first started blogging to build an audience for my book, I read Yaro Starak’s blog. So in 2010, that is what I did.

Results of My Daily Blogging Experiment

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

On January 3, 2011, I started a daily blogging experiment — and by “daily&# I actually meant business daily, Monday – Friday.

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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The Work behind Your Work: Your Methods & Wants for Nonprofit Blog Carnival

Getting Attention

I’m thrilled to host April’s Nonprofit Blog Carnival, and hope you’ll blog on this topic so vital to the power of our field and momentum of our causes— the methods and tools you use to stay focused, productive and happy on the job (or the barrier that keeps you from getting there). Submit Your Blog Post by April 25.

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YOU Can Bring These Dreams To Life— Nonprofit Blog Carnival

Getting Attention

Welcome to the Nonprofit Blog Carniva l round-up for January. Empish Thomas shares his dream to change public perception of what it means to be visually impaired (soon to be published in the blog of Atlanta’s Center for the Visually Impaired). My dad, Manny Schwartz, together with Martin Luther King, Jr., Words to live by!

Newsletter and Blog Post Ideas for Summer

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Need some new ideas for your newsletter, blog, or social media? Consider one of these five summer-inspired themes: 1) Summer Heat. 2) Vacations.

How to Reduce the Bounce Rate on Your Nonprofit Blog

EveryAction

Imagine you’ve written a great post for your nonprofit blog -- we’re talking awesome title and everything. bounce rates nonprofit blog And after sharing it with your subscribers + across your social networks, you’ve finally got visitors coming to your post + reading it. Great! Then what? Or do they just bounce?

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Need Some Blog Post or Newsletter Article Ideas?

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

We''ve Moved! Update your Reader Now. We''ve Moved! Update your Reader Now.

Blog Posts Needed: Sharing Progress, Communicating Accomplishments

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

In August, we here at Nonprofit Marketing Guide will be hosting the latest edition of the Nonprofit Blog Carnival. Write a post on your own blog or an article on your website. The Carnival is a round-up of recent posts — like a “best of” — on a particular topic. What to Write About. Possible topics include.

Presenting 10 Imaginary Nonprofit Blogs

Wild Woman Fundraising

Welcome to my post about imaginary nonprofit blogs! Feel free to write your own imaginary blogs in the comments! What would you say?

How Does Your Nonprofit Compare In the Blogging Economy?

J Campbell Social Marketing

million people blog on blogging sites. 23% of time spent on the Internet is on blogs and social networks. Did you know that: 6.7

Pop Your All-Staff Team of Messengers: Nonprofit Blog Carnival

Getting Attention

Please share your questions and tips here, or via a blog post emailed to nonprofitcarnival@gmail.com by Friday, June 24. How To Submit Your Blog Post. I’ll be reviewing all submissions and choosing ones for inclusion in a “blog round up” post in late June. That’s the struggle you share most often.

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Which Blogs Should I Be Reading?

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Blogging Professional Development Your Advice We''ve Moved! Update your Reader Now. We''ve Moved! Update your Reader Now.

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Blogs vs. Facebook for Nonprofits

ImpactMax

Over the past few months, I’ve helped a couple nonprofit clients who are ready to move into social media decide whether to go with a blog or Facebook. (I’ll If you truly don’t have the staff time to blog at least once a week or make a Facebook update twice a week, you shouldn’t be considering either medium.

Reader Questions: What are the best fundraising blogs & books?

Wild Woman Fundraising

writing a blog and also helping fundraise for the Resource Center in Chicago , a nonprofit that. BEST FUNDRAISING BLOGS! Really. Welcome!

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[Guest Post] 3 Changes You Should Make To Your Nonprofit Blog Right Now

Fundraising Coach

I’ve asked him to share what he’d recommend for your nonprofit blog. 3 Changes You Should Make To Your Nonprofit Blog Right Now.

Nonprofit Blogging Best Practices: Why Your Nonprofit Needs a Blog and How to Create a Great One

J Campbell Social Marketing

The topic will be Nonprofit Blogging Best Practices: Why Your Nonprofit Needs a Blog and How to Create a Great One. Register Now! Tweet.

Nonprofit Blog Carnival: What You Did This Summer

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Welcome to the August edition of the Nonprofit Blog Carnival! Nonprofit Blog Carnival Nonprofit CommunicationsLori L. See you then!

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Your Big Dream for 2013? Nonprofit Blog Carnival Wants to Know

Getting Attention

Just describe your dream—for your cause, organization or the nonprofit sector—and how you plan to make it real in a blog post or article. P.P.S.

Nonprofit Blog Carnival: Sharing Progress and Communicating Accomplishments

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Welcome to the August edition of the Nonprofit Blog Carnival! We recently shared Getting the Media Interested in a Milestone with Dallas CASA on our blog. Nonprofit Blog Carnival Nonprofit CommunicationsWe’re glad you’re here. Annual Reports. The Foundation Center shared their annual report interactive website.

Celebrating your nonprofit – The Nonprofit Blog Carnival

Fundraising Coach

The February Nonprofit Blog Carnival generated some interesting comments but not many blog posts. Who cares? Let us know in the comments!

Blogging Daily Starting Monday

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

I’ve decided to start blogging daily (or darn close) as of January 3, 2010. What This Means for You. Twitter , Facebook ).

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This Blog is on Hiatus

Social Media Bird Brain

I'm leaving the blog up for at least another year, since some people may still find a few of the posts relevant. With the abundance of very good social media advice and information available now, my own efforts seem superfluous. This is good timing, since I have begun to devote my energies to my fiction and creative nonfiction writing.

Challenge: Can You Name Two Blogs That Get You To Think?

SocialButterfly

This includes blogs. tweeted that she was working on a blog post highlighting blogs to read in 2011.

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How to read this blog

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

Love reading this blog? For those of you reading this blog via Google Reader: Google Reader will be retired on July 1, 2013, which means you won’t be able to read your blog and news feeds through the Google Reader service after that date. To add this blog to another feed reader (we like Feedly ), use this RSS URL: [link].

Nonprofit Blog Carnival: Handling Objections

A Small Change

I am hosting this month’s Nonprofit Blog Carnival featuring common objections. Thanks Brett! “I and how to start a fruitful conversation.