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Scrubbing Your Language of Racist Metaphors

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Oh, how we love, love, love good metaphors here at Nonprofit Marketing Guide! A good metaphor is a wonderful way to connect a new concept to something that people are already familiar with, making it that much easier to absorb the new idea.

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5 Core Competencies of Effective Nonprofit Social Media Managers

J Campbell Social Marketing

Data shows that over 50% of nonprofits are active on at least two social media channels. With over 1.5 million nonprofits registered in the US, that’s a pretty significant amount of posting, tweeting, and ‘gramming. .


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It takes a community to effectively spread evidence-based COVID-19 messaging

Public Sector Marketing 2.0

Over the past few months, I’ve been very much impressed with the COVID-19 related communications coming out of my local health unit, Ottawa Public Health (OPH). Their work on both Facebook and Twitter has been exceptional.

Shopworkers struggling with mental health in lockdown, survey reveals


Almost 40% of retail professionals admit that they have struggled with their mental health during lockdown, new research reveals.

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators – July 17, 2020

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Santa Fe, NM Photo Credit: Deena Davis. Another Friday and another round up of the most helpful articles, posts, tips, and more from around the world of nonprofit marketing and fundraising.

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Nonprofit Donor Management: 4 Awesome Best Practices

Fundraising Coach

Proper donor management is the key to effective fundraising. When you have accessible data about your donors that is stored well and easy to sift through, your nonprofit will have the tools you need in order to build relationships with those supporters. .

Do We Need to Be On Campus to Understand Your School?

Mission Minded

If the magic of your school can only be felt by physically experiencing it, your ability to attract families will be limited. The post Do We Need to Be On Campus to Understand Your School? appeared first on Mission Minded. Blog Independent Schools

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The Award for Best Pitch Goes To…

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Chloe Greer. Rising Senior Chloe Greer! This is why… I’ve seen hundreds of good, bad and ugly nonprofit pitches as a media correspondent and former producer for the Public News Service.

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Newsletter: Free Partnership Webinar Today ; Are Vending Machines The Next Big Partnership Opportunity? ; Your Fundraising Comms Should Create ‘Virtuous Circle’

Selfish Giving

That's how many people are attending today's webinar! Join me, Brittany Hill of Accelerist and Brian Lim , of the MS Society of Canada at 3pm EDT TODAY for How to Build Partnerships in a Recession. Plus, it's FREE ! See you at 3pm. ?? Partnership Notes 1.

The Facebook Reckoning and What It Means for Nonprofits

J Campbell Social Marketing

Should nonprofits boycott Facebook? . A lot of you have written to me in recent weeks asking where I stand on the Facebook Ad boycott, especially after NTEN wrote about their decision to leave Facebook altogether. . (It’s

How to Engage With Your Donors by Using Visual Stories

Ann Green

Getting your donors’attention in the best of times is hard enough and we’re not in the best of times right now. In my last post, I wrote about the importance of telling your stories. Written stories are great, but donors may not have the time or energy to read a story right now. .

How Long Will That 64% Open Rate Last?

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

A Day in the Life of a Quarantined Nonprofit Communicator – Punita Khanna

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Punita Khanna. Here is another submission for our Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator – Quarantine Edition. Let’s see how everyone else is doing out there adapting.