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A Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator – Tricia Maddrey Baker

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Tricia Maddrey Baker. Here is the latest submission for our Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator. Tricia Maddrey Baker is still working at home. Let’s see how she is adapting.

What’s The Deal With Google Ad Grants – And Are They Right For My Nonprofit?

J Campbell Social Marketing

You’ve probably heard about Google Ad Grants and how they can help nonprofits reach more people and get more visibility. In today’s special live session, join me and Chris Barlow of Beeline Marketing for a breakdown. We will answer these burning questions: What are Google Ad Grants? How can I apply? How do nonprofits use them? What are some of the pros and cons? Take the free quiz to determine if Google Ad Grants are right for your organization: [link].

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Your Nonprofit Website: The Importance of User Experience

Ann Green

User experience is one of the core components of a long-lasting and valuable nonprofit website. Learn more about its importance to help your organization. By Anne Stefanyk. Life is naturally full of both good and bad experiences.

Secrets to a Successful Nonprofit Merger: 3 Reasons Brand is Essential

Mission Minded

When it comes the success of a nonprofit merger, the importance of establishing a strong brand for the new entity cannot be understated. The post Secrets to a Successful Nonprofit Merger: 3 Reasons Brand is Essential appeared first on Mission Minded. Blog Nonprofit Branding Nonprofit Communications

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Some Questions to Ask Yourself When Your Workload is Too Overwhelming

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Through the Nonprofit Communications Director Mentoring Program , I talk to a lot of communications directors who feel overwhelmed. I thought it might be helpful to you for me to share some of the questions I ask when I am coaching them.

How NOT to write a fundraising letter

Fundraising Coach

Have you ever written a fundraising letter? A fundraising letter you felt really proud about? One that presented your nonprofit in an amazing light. That showed how good you were working in your cause. One that was sure to convince donors to give to you? I have too.

Newsletter: Everything You Need to Know About Virtual Sponsorships ; Special Olympics Asks Brands to ‘Put Your Ad Here’ ; Bicycle Company Offers Reparation Pricing

Selfish Giving

We had so much fun at the Learning Club last week! We talked about personal branding and social impact career growth. 40+ people joined us. I especially want to thank our special guest, Lisa Anastasi from the USO.

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Let’s See Your Thank You Notes, Emails, Videos and Any Other Ways You Say Thanks!

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

We are looking for examples to share during our next budget-friendly webinar on October 22nd – How to Say Thank You and Share Your Successes with Your Supporters (registration is only $20). So let us know how you say “Thank You!” ” You can share: Pictures of your handwritten notes Links to thank you videos Screenshots of your thank you emails Any other way you say thanks. Email them to kristina [@] nonprofitmarketingguide [.] com with subject line “Thank You Example.”.

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators – October 9, 2020

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

The Waverly Local. Waverly, AL. I owe you all an apology. I am sure you were waiting with bated breath last Friday for your weekly round up of the most helpful articles, posts, tips, and more from around the world of nonprofit marketing and fundraising and I missed it.