Great Nonprofit Marketing Jobs—Movin’ up Monday

Getting Attention

Writer/Editor , Organic Consumers Association (Finland, MN). Please post your nonprofit marketing position here for full-time or part-time staff, consulting or internship opportunities. New Opportunities. Chief Communications Officer , Flamboyan Foundation. Washington DC).

An invitation I had to decline

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Make government pay for higher education, as they do in Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Denmark, and as they used to do in England. Vince Sampson, of the Education Finance Council.

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Hey, I just got my first order from Finland this weekend! As I bike to the post office to send it today, I’m excited that so many people all over the world are using my book! My friend Amy Sample Ward is doing a giveaway of my book today on her blog.

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Managing your online reputation. What: 3-D Nonprofit Reputation Engine Webinar. When: Friday, July 15th. 1pm-2:30pm EST. Cost: $59.99. Sign up here. Has your nonprofit ever tried to be more relevant to your donors and failed? Or worse have you tried to get more attention and failed?

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After a year of writing and blogging and building my audience, the book was done, and I immediately got sales all over the world, from Finland to Tasmania, as well as in the United States and Canada.

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Which Places Are The Least Sexist?

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Finland has an 80% pay gap. ">In Picture from the Brooklyn Nomad, 2009. There have been a lot of features lately on the most liveable cities. Vancouver BC, Vienna, Melbourne, Toronto, and Helsinki have been at the top of the Economist Intelligence Unit’s 2010 list.

More On Cheque-less Fundraising

The Agitator

Laurie Pringle, who says she has written maybe three cheques in the last five years, noted that Sweden and Finland are already cheque-free. My post last week on Britain’s plans to go "cheque-less" by 2018 generated a lot of comment (some publicly posted, some private emails), so I thought I’d summarize some of the key points made. First of all, it’s true.