The Wild Woman’s Guide to Social Media Workbook Free Preview!

Wild Woman Fundraising

If you know you should work harder on your social media marketing, or maybe you’re just starting out in a new social media management position, this workbook is for you. See below for a free preview of this workbook. Wild Womans Guide to Social Media Workbook.

Resource: Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Workbook

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Idealware and Cathexis Partners have created Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Made Easy: A Step-by-Step Workbook , to help nonprofits plan what can be a complex event. The workbook is available as a free download. The post Resource: Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Workbook appeared first on Nonprofit Marketing 360 : Content Marketing for Nonprofits. Peer-to-peer fundraising, the technique that has fueled thousands of successful walk-a-thons, has expanded with social media tools.

Free tool of the week: Digital Identity Workbook for nonprofits


It’s a new hands-on workbook for nonprofits about their digital identities—how to think about and intentionally plan for your organization’s online profile. Here’s how the workbook—entitled ThisIsMe —defines digital identity.

Free nonprofit tools from 10 different experts!

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10 of us have gotten together to offer: 5 free ebooks including the Wild Woman’s Guide to Fundraising and my own Ask Without Fear! , 2 free workbooks, 2 free trainings, and. one free Donor Map. Free AMA Nonprofit Marketing Conference 2011 registration contest.

Misty Water Colored Memories…Of the Way Facebook Was

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Registration is $99 or free with an All-Access Pass. Everyone who registers will receive 4 bonuses including the Facebook Ad Campaign Workbook. Remember the good ol’ days of Facebook? It was just like a romance. You would meet someone and hit it off.

Top 10 posts of the year: Happy 2010!


Free tool of the week: Prezi rates a WOW. Free tool of the week: Digital identity workbook for nonprofits. Free tool of the week: Stock photos online. No way around it, 2009 was a tough year for everyone—especially nonprofits. I hope we’re looking at much more good news in 2010! Here’s a year-end round-up of my most read posts. Thanks for tuning in this year, and a special thanks to those who shared comments!

How to Get Others to Buy Into Your Cause

Getting Attention

Simply order To Sell Is Human — hardcover or e-book, from any bookseller — before December 30, 2012 , to get your: Two-week skill-building plan, the To Sell is Human workbook. Yes, you’re in sales. So learn how to get better at it!

Fundraising QuickStart Program

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And , if you Register before Feb 11th, you can take advantage of our EARLYBIRD price of just $197 (that’s a savings of $50 and like getting one webinar for free! In this workbook, you’ll discover how to transform your fears of asking for donations.

Your Advice? Social Media on Serious Stuff

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Giveaways – give a free pass to a training or win a Body safety workbook. During my webinars and workshops on how nonprofits can use social media successfully, I often urge nonprofit staff to take a friendly, fun, and more light-hearted approach to their social media communications. But that’s often a tough sell with organizations that deal with very serious issues, like abuse, rape and death.

Thank you so much Beth Kanter!

Wild Woman Fundraising

If Beth doesn’t pick you for a free book, let me tell you, it’s totally worth $40. I wrote it as an overview, a primer, workbook and all in one fundraising office with an 80 page resource CD. It’s really like a textbook and workbook combined. Beth Kanter, co-author of The Networked Nonprofit featured my book on her 2010 list of nonprofit books last week! Thank you so much Beth! And thank you to the people who commented and wanted a copy of the book!

How to create a road map for your goals

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To get the free MagnetGoals ecourse, or to purchase the workbook, go to: [link]. (c) The first month of the year is gone! Now is a great time to review your goals. (I I have blogged about goal setting here.). As you review your goals, you may find your behind on some.

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Announcing the Fundraising Career Conference

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If we make it free, it could get overwhelming for all of us. Did you read Underdeveloped, the research report that rocked the nonprofit world to its core? Did you read the Forward salary survey of Jewish organizations and their CEOs ?

Goal Setting for Personal and Professional Development

Fundraising Coach

In the MagnetGoals Workbook , I have a worksheet to help with this. In the MagnetGoals Workbook , I share a worksheet to help you create a roadmap for accomplishing each of your goals. In the workbook , I talk about one of my MagnetGoals was to learn ballroom dancing. If you’d like to have these directions emailed to you over a two week period, you can sign up for the free MagnetGoals email list at: [link]. I just love the week of Thanksgiving.

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Get to know your donor’s digital body language

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Say, hey, you know, here’s a little workbook that I know different philanthropists – we’ve given this to different philanthropists because it helps them realize their dream.

Reporting to Grant Donor After End of Project

Seeking Grant Money Today

You applied for the grant and after receiving it, understood that the grant money would cover the workbooks, guest speakers' fees, and the rental car you used to practice with your agency's clients. On March 2, 2006 we received from the Safe Driving Foundation a grant, in the amount of $5,000 to pay for the clients' workbooks, guest speakers' expenses, and the rental car expenses. You know that communication is everything in raising grant donations.

Your burning social media questions answered

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

There’s a great new eGuide available free from Idealware that covers these topics. Nonprofit Social Media Decision Guide is an accessible guide to assessing what to do and planning how to do it (complete with workbook). Have you ever wondered…. Is it worth it for my organization to be using social media? How do I decide whether to Tweet/Facebook/blog? What amount of time should I spend on it? What will I get out of it?

How To Edit, Improve, Clarify, and Make A Compelling Case In Your Grant Proposal

Seeking Grant Money Today

workbooks, videos, and flashcards), and the rest will go to overhead costs like heating, rent, and electricity. It's a great way to get feedback for free. When doing so, feel free to make up data, service stats, demographics, budget, hiring requirements, etc. Self editing a grant proposal especially when trying, for instance, to raise a $50,000 grant can be daunting. Let's go through a few practice edits, here, to get your mind sharpened for the challenge.