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Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators – August 23, 2019

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Minero. Atlanta, GA Happy Friday! I hope you had a good week and are ready to join me for the best articles, posts, tips, and more from around the world of nonprofit marketing and fundraising. It’s time for Mixed Links… Are you dealing with Organizational Silos?

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The power of convenience: A follow-up to my post about online will-writing tools

iMarketSmart

The power of convenience as an influencer and motivator of outcomes is enormous and should never be underestimated. Ours is a culture of convenience; we expect it in every area of our lives. Amazon.com is growing and profiting because it provides astounding levels of convenience to its customers.

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To Boost or Not to Boost – Facebook Ad Tips for Nonprofits

J Campbell Social Marketing

Reaching your fans on Facebook is getting increasingly harder, especially if you don’t have a large marketing department or tons of time to spend creating posts. But don’t despair!

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3 steps for less stress in fundraising for the next six months

Fundraising Coach

Do you feel it? The airports and highways are filled with last minute vacation seekers. Back to school supplies are flying off shelves. The school buses are doing practice runs. It's almost the fall.

How You (and Your Staff) Can Write Better

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Writing is an essential skill for nonprofit communicators from communications directors on down. Wouldn’t it also be helpful if other staff members could help with storytelling, news reports, or updates from the field?

How to ask for a gift: Do you really have to ask?

iMarketSmart

At MarketSmart, we don’t close sales and we don’t close deals. When it comes to how to ask for a gift, you’ll see there’s a parallel with how we conduct sales, and how nonprofits should raise funds.

REVEALED: Should Your Nonprofit Require a Minimum Revenue Commitment from Corporate Partners?

Selfish Giving

The survey results are in on asking corporate partners for a minimum revenue commitment (MRC). There are four parts to this post. The graphs showing the results. I took these right from the Survey Monkey survey my email subscribers completed in July.

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5 Strategic Conversations Your Comms Team Should Be Having

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

If you are interested in leveling up your team’s communications work, you should be having these five conversations. Find your team’s Marketing Maturity Level here and get a customized training plan (it’s free). How can we think further ahead? The most effective communications teams are agile and can act quickly as new assignments and opportunities come up.

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Boundaries You Need to Be Productive #NPCommLife

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Earlier this month, I shared some tips on How to Establish Boundaries at Your Nonprofit Job which focused on tips that will prevent you from burning out and being overwhelmed. Today we will look at a different set of boundaries – ones you need to establish with co-workers.

Newsletter: Should You Ask Partners for a Minimum Revenue Commitment? ; UK Chicken Shops Ask Diners to Go #KnifeFree ; Google’s Unusual Plan for Disaster Relief

Selfish Giving

The survey results are in on asking corporate partners for a minimum revenue commitment (MRC). You can view them here. There are four parts to this post. The graphs showing the results. I took these right from the Survey Monkey survey you completed in July.