#Interview: Michael Stein, Author, Blogger, & Veteran Nonprofit Technology Strategist

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Now I’m working at Donordigital, one of the Mal Warwick companies, helping large national nonprofits raise money online. On one side of the building we have the folks raising money in the mail, and on our side we have a dozen people furiously raising money over the web, Facebook and email.

Resources: Brain-Bending Books

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The Fundraisers’s Guide to Irresistable Communications: Real-World Field-Tested Strategies for Raising More Money , by Jeff Brooks, promises to be both witty and wise. Communications Copyrighting E-Mail Education: Technology eNewsletter Fundraising How-to Marketing Newspaper Article Nonprofit Publications Social Media Technology Web and Print Writing advice communication direct mail donors email Jeff Brooks mobile phones Non-profit organization online fundraising publications web

#Interview: Michael Stein, Author, Blogger, & Veteran Nonprofit Technology Strategist

Non Profit Marketing 360

Now I’m working at Donordigital, one of the Mal Warwick companies, helping large national nonprofits raise money online. On one side of the building we have the folks raising money in the mail, and on our side we have a dozen people furiously raising money over the web, Facebook and email.

#Interview: Michael Stein, Author, Blogger, & Veteran Nonprofit Technology Strategist

Non Profit Marketing 360

Now I’m working at Donordigital, one of the Mal Warwick companies, helping large national nonprofits raise money online. On one side of the building we have the folks raising money in the mail, and on our side we have a dozen people furiously raising money over the web, Facebook and email.

#INTERVIEW: Sean Triner, Co-Founder and Chief Evangelist of Pareto Fundraising

Non Profit Marketing 360

with all respect to those lovely people who are giving up their money ? You can’t just rely on sending out packages and getting the money in. After that come things like the type of charity: a young offenders charity is going to be tougher to raise money for than kids with cancer. If you look at a large number of campaigns you’ll see that 80% of the money comes from 20% of the people.

13 Tips for Raising Money Online | Online Fundraising & Nonprofit Marketing Resources & Tips | Network for Good Learning Center - Learn how to raise money online for your nonprofit

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Ask for money for special projects or other hot items, not for general support - and set a deadline. Its generally easier to raise money for something specific with a deadline than for institutional support. This article is copyrighted by Donordigital.

You Too Can YouTube

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With a good story as the foundation for your video, your organization can use YouTube to spread your mission and raise money online. Not sure how to include music in your videos without getting into copyright issues?

7 Steps to a Relevant Fundraising Offer | Network for Good Learning Center - Learn how to raise money online for your nonprofit

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Solution Help the donor see that her money does something real, that her gift translates to a solution to the problem. Source: Merkle Orange Papers [link] Copyright © 2007 Merkle Inc. Tis the season for email marketing. We can help.

Acquiring New Donors Online | Online Fundraising & Nonprofit Marketing Resources & Tips | Network for Good Learning Center - Learn how to raise money online for your nonprofit

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Adding your name, address, phone, and fax numbers - plus a copyright notice - on every page is one effective solution. Tis the season for email marketing. We can help.

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10 Steps To Re-infusing Passion Into Your Organization | Network for Good Learning Center - Learn how to raise money online for your nonprofit

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Source: Merkle Orange Papers [link] Copyright © 2007 Merkle Inc. Tis the season for email marketing. We can help. Fundraising Social Networking Web Site 101 Email 101 Donor Databases Nonprofit Marketing Training Network for Good provides easy and affordable online fundraising services. Visit our website to learn more. Subscribe to our weekly Online Fundraising & Nonprofit Marketing Tips Newsletter.

One week, two excellent events: #CbocSocial and #FWD50

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The Crown in Canada has copyright of gov docs, whereas in the US it’s public by default. of innovation money. This post features my key takeaways and notes from two events I attended earlier this month here in Ottawa.

The Heroes and Villains of the Give Local America Story #GiveDayLessons

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They’ve shown genuine community leadership, rather than just being philanthropic money managers. Let’s talk about the money. It’s a better way to spend money that offering free webinars and discounted software.

#INTERVIEW with Lori Jacobwith, Communications & Fundraising Coach, & Founder of the Ignited Online Fundraising Community

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So why did you shuck off all the power, the glory, the fame, the money and decide to be a trainer or a coach? I listen for scarcity language at organizations, such as, “It’s really hard to raise money in this economy.” Copyright © MKCREATIVE, LLC 2012.

Cause Marketing in Your Grocer's Aisles

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But since 505 uses only the pink ribbon, which is not trademarked/copyrighted, no permission is required. It’s real money and most schools have a secretary or PTA official whose job is to help collect and manage the school’s Box Tops redemption.

How To Check Out: Reading the magazine covers in the grocery line

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Copyright pixie vision productions. ” And maybe even ask, “When I’m alone, and quiet, and sitting by myself in a quiet room, and I ask myself what really matters, Is it money?

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Managing Expectations Begins with Your Members and Clients

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Your organization has the money, the staff and a plan. Copyright 2010 William Biggs. From Guest Blogger: William Biggs. William is Communications Officer for Safe Haven, Inc., in Thomasville, Georgia, a free-lance communications and strategy consultant, and in his spare time, a part-time graduate student. View William's LinkedIn profile , or email him at william AT safehaveninc DOT org. The first opportunity to perform a task does not always succeed.

Grope-a-palooza and what are nonprofits doing about it?

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Then I read this timely article by Chris Hedges, (copyright Truthdig) and it really hit home for my experience. We busy ourselves buying products that promise to change our lives, make us more beautiful, confident or successful as we are steadily stripped of rights, money and influence.

Donation Usability: Increasing Online Giving to Non-Profits and Charities

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Our new usability studies revealed considerable frustration as potential donors visited sites and tried to discern various organizations' missions and goals — which are key factors in their decisions about whether to give money. That is: What are you trying to achieve, and how will you spend my money? So: speak plainly and answer donors' main questions, and money will flow your way. Copyright © 2009 by Jakob Nielsen.

A Nonprofit’s Guide to Building Simple, Low-Cost Websites

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A well-designed, user-friendly website can help you engage new members, raise money, and communicate with decision-makers. To save money — and make things easier on yourself — consider registering your domain name or names for five years at a time, and be sure to document the registration process so you or your successor will know where to go when it’s time to renew. Copyright © 2009 CompuMentor.

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How Foundations Can Assist Grassroots Movements Even Better.

Seeking Grant Money Today

Copyright, Bill Somerville, 2008. Our grantmaking maverick, Somerville, makes grants by getting out of the office at least 30% of his work week, talking with and listening to people working on a given issue, lessening the paperwork to get the money where it's needed, embracing risk, focusing on ideas instead of problems, and taking initiative. Our communities need money quickly.