Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator – Kirsten McIlvenna

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

She started in February of 2016 after several years of trying to break into the nonprofit world. Feel great satisfaction in doing so. Kirsten McIlvenna.

4-Step Escape from Groundhog Day Marketing

Getting Attention

Phil’s story begins as he gets stuck in a small town and wakes up to February 2nd again, and again, and again. He starts to changes some of his behaviors and actions, finding that the more he does differently, the more he learns, and the more satisfaction he gets. There’s lots to learn from Phil’s slog to satisfaction: 1. via GIPHY.

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#MixedLinks for Nonprofit Communicators

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

February 2 and 10: Nonprofit Annual Reports Donors Will Actually Read. February 4: Marketing Bequests: The Delicate Art of Asking for That Final Gift with Tom Ahern. February 25: Right-Things, Right-Now Marketing: Your One-Page Path to Job Satisfaction and Unequaled Results.

Results of My Daily Blogging Experiment

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Out of the 64 business days between Monday, January 3 and Thursday, March 31, I actually posted 58 times, missing one day in January, none in February, and five dates in March. Bottom Line: Blogging More = More Professional Satisfaction.

Be Friend-ly with the 53% of Seniors Now Online

Getting Attention

But according to a February 2012 survey conducted by AARP, 30% of grandparents and 29% of young adults report that connecting online has helped them understand each other. They’re online for satisfaction, not because they have to be. More than half of U.S. adults 65 and older are now online. This surprising outtake ( “we knew it was going to happen, but now it’s here”) is one of the most crucial findings in the Older Adults and Internet Use report recently released by Pew Internet.

Why do people at work treat me this way?

Wild Woman Fundraising

One can “do good” with such agitation, violence and hidden egoism, or with such dreaming self-satisfaction, that in certain essential aspects one’s life proceeds no differently than that of an individual caught up in the most degrading or trivial of activities.

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Social Media: Winds of Change

Diva Marketing Blog

Example: Personal satisfaction from helping people quickly resolve their service challenges. Contest ends midnight Saturday February 11, 2011. Do you ever get a line from a film or a song or even a conversation playing over and over in your your mind?

#MixedLinks for Nonprofit Communicators

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Submissions are due February 26th and the theme is how you celebrate your cause. February 25: Right-Things, Right-Now Marketing: Your One-Page Path to Job Satisfaction and Unequaled Results. Happy Friday!

#MixedLinks for Nonprofit Marketers and Fundraisers

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Submissions for the for the 2015 DoGooder National Video Awards are due February 8th. February 10: Nonprofit Annual Reports Donors Will Actually Read. February 25: Right-Things, Right-Now Marketing: Your One-Page Path to Job Satisfaction and Unequaled Results.

#interview: John Burke of VisABILITY and owner of the “Nonprofit Branding” Blog

Non Profit Marketing 360

Maybe January or February. The indications, then, of people reading give me so much reassurance and satisfaction.

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#interview: John Burke of VisABILITY and owner of the “Nonprofit Branding” Blog

Non Profit Marketing 360

Maybe January or February. The indications, then, of people reading give me so much reassurance and satisfaction.

#interview: John Burke of VisABILITY and owner of the “Nonprofit Branding” Blog

Non Profit Marketing 360

Maybe January or February. The indications, then, of people reading give me so much reassurance and satisfaction. After distinguished careers in a variety of nonprofit organizations, John Burke and his wife, Janice Gavan, founded VisABILITY in 1985 to supply logo-imprinted branding products to public radio stations for on-air fundraising premiums. Today their company is the primary source of promotional items for public radio programs and stations nationwide.