Sat.Aug 03, 2019 - Fri.Aug 09, 2019

How to Use LinkedIn to Level Up Your Nonprofit

J Campbell Social Marketing

Should your nonprofit be on LinkedIn? What are the advantages and strengths of a dynamic LinkedIn presence for your org? Is it really worth it for nonprofits?

Are your letters to major donors and donor prospects any good?

iMarketSmart

Direct mail is NOT dead! However, ‘ spray and pray ‘ direct mail should be! Long live one-to-one, highly relevant, personalized communications— including direct mail letters! Direct mail letters are powerful because, when done right, they make donors feel good.

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Show Some Donor Appreciation by Holding an Open House

Ann Green

Many nonprofits do a poor job of showing appreciation to their donors, but you don’t have to be one of them. . There are many ways to show some donor appreciation. One idea is to have an open house at your organization. If you can’t hold one on-site, have it at a restaurant or other venue.

Look Behind the Brand: Army & Navy Academy

Mission Minded

Karen Buck is a Senior Brand Strategist at Mission Minded and co-led the rebranding of our client Army & Navy. The post Look Behind the Brand: Army & Navy Academy appeared first on Mission Minded.

How to Use LinkedIn to Level Up Your Nonprofit

J Campbell Social Marketing

Should your nonprofit be on LinkedIn? What are the advantages and strengths of a dynamic LinkedIn presence for your org? Is it really worth it for nonprofits?

GUEST POST: A Great Idea… Connecting With Donors Through Photo Books

iMarketSmart

This is a first! I’ve never had anyone write a guest post for my blog. But when I saw what Daphne Powell was doing to grow relationships with her donors, I reached out to her to see if she might consider telling you her story.

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Newsletter: Impact Measurement + Case Study = ? ; Zippo is Fighting Fire with Fire ; The Face of this Cancer Bike-a-thon was a Fake

Selfish Giving

I write case studies for organizations and many have the same challenge: they don't have a lot to say. Getting a few quotes from the partner is expected (and important!). But wouldn't it be great if you had some hard data that the partnership actually worked?