Sun.Feb 12, 2012

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Nonprofit Marketing Blog

Dan Ariely of Predictably Irrational fame had an interesting recent post on Tropicana’s marketing debacle. Remember that?

How Often To Ask?

The Agitator

This is one of the perennial questions of fundraising, particularly direct response fundraising. Anyone who has THE answer is welcome to guest author an Agitator post on the subject. But here is as close to a definitive answer as I think there is … courtesy of fundraiser Ken Burnett. That’s simply too mechanical. And the rest. I think not.

12 digital fundraising trends for 2012 #12 Digital Fundraising Staff Shortages

Giving in a Digital World

Over the last few weeks I’ve been posting about some of the key trends I think are going to be important for digital fundraising over the next year. One of the most common questions I get asked when discussing digital fundraising is whether I know of any good digital fundraisers looking for a job. Consider getting help when interviewing.

Susan G, Komen Organization's Experience Is the Devil In the Details (for Us and Not Just Komen)

Seeking Grant Money Today

Politics aside, for the sake of our discussion about nonprofit best practices and the 'why' in 'why do nonprofits choose to practice them' is helpful, so we are taking a cursory look at the recent Susan G. Komen happenstance and where that now leaves the agency what they can do to fix their public image. If I were to go into Susan G. What Susan G.

Upcoming Fundraising Coach training events in Nebraska & San Antonio

Fundraising Coach

My upcoming fundraising training seminars take me to Omaha, Nebraska; Lincoln, Nebraska; and San Antonio, Texas, including a rare public seminar there!