Relief—Your Social Media Decision Guide (No Charge)

Getting Attention

But relief is here… Idealware has just updated its no-charge Nonprofit Social Media Decision Guide to help you 1) determine realistic goals for your use of social media, and; 2) prioritize the channels most likely to generate the results you seek.

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The 2016 Nonprofit Fundraising Strategic Plan Guide

EveryAction

We created this guide to help you build just that. For some things, spontaneity is highly desirable, but any fundraising professional will tell you that planning a campaign isn’t one of them.

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The Nonprofit Marketing Wisdom Guide

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Nancy recently released The Nonprofit Marketing Wisdom Guide 2012 at GettingAttention.org which contains tested, proven strategies shared by nonprofit marketers, consultants and fundraisers from around the world. Here are a few samples of the 219 lessons you’ll find in the guide: #17.

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A Simple Guide to Injecting Colorful Quotes Into Your News Release

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

He also serves as Nonprofit Marketing Guide’s adviser on public relations. When your nonprofit sends a press release to a reporter or editor, it’s immediately facing stiff competition for coverage.

Graphic Design Style Guides, Part II – With Examples

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Her first post follows up on the discussion I started about style guides earlier this month by providing you with some real-life examples. Style Guide Rules (or, Style Guides Rule!) In essence, the Style Guide protects your organization’s message and your image.

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Your 2011 Guide to Nonprofit Marketing Wisdom

Getting Attention

Now, drawing from your submissions, I’ve compiled the first-ever Guide to Nonprofit Marketing Wisdom featuring 127 lessons learned from your colleagues in the field. Get this free guide now to be inspired and guided!

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Creating an Editorial Style Guide

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Last week, I talked about creating a graphic design style guide. Along with that, you need an editorial style guide. Your editorial style guide should contain a word list that shows how you will use, format, and spell certain words. These all belong in your Marketing Bank , whether you include them in the style guide or not. That’s where relying on one of the venerable style guides comes in handy.

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[TOMORROW] Your Very Practical Beginner’s Guide to Online Fundraising

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Join us tomorrow for a BRAND NEW webinar: The Very Practical Beginner’s Guide to Online Fundraising. Are you tapping into the potential of online fundraising? Online revenue grew 19% in 2015 according to the M+R Benchmarks Report.

8 Step Guide to Planning the Perfect Nonprofit Fundraising Event

J Campbell Social Marketing

The 8 steps to creating and executing your perfect nonprofit fundraising event are listed below (and we’ll go into more detail throughout this guide): #1. Be sure to check out Booster’s Ultimate Guide to Planning a Fundraising Event. Guest blog by Kerri Moore.

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Practice Makes Progress—Into Focus Nonprofit Video Guide

Getting Attention

See3 and friends have just released Into Focus , the first-ever benchmark guide to video in the nonprofit sector. It’s a good read based on solid research, with these key takeaways: Video is important and getting more so.

Guides Or Paparazzi?

The Agitator

The good ones are guides and leaders, not paparazzi.” Commenting on a recent Agitator post , Claire Axelrad noted: “…transformational fundraising is about igniting the spark of passion that brings human beings joy.

Your Official 17NTC Local's Guide to DC

EveryAction

We're just a few weeks away from one of the most highly-anticipated nonprofit conferences of the year and, seeing as it will be hosted in Washington, DC, our team wanted to share some favorite local spots to eat, drink, and enjoy the sights while visiting for 17NTC. Check out the list below and make sure to read the travel tips at the end! The Dabney. With locally-sourced dishes that change daily, the Dabney recently received a Michelin star and is worth the wait.

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Want to Preview The Wild Woman’s Guide to Social Media?

Wild Woman Fundraising

Mazarine Treyz, with The Wild Woman’s Guide to Fundraising and The Wild Woman’s Guide to Social Media. After I finished my book, I began writing this book, The Wild Woman’s Guide to Social Media. Want to Preview The Wild Woman’s Guide to Social Media?

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RESOURCE REVIEW: “A Progressive’s Style Guide” Helps Unlock Power of Language to Shape and Change the World

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

So when I heard about “A Progressive’s Style Guide” (pdf), I both flinched, and lurched to download it. It’s no secret that I lean left in my politics, but I know that the Nonprofit Marketing Guide is a resource for causes all across the political spectrum.

5 Steps To Successfully Fundraise on Social Media: A Guide For Nonprofits

J Campbell Social Marketing

If you missed my free webinar – 5 Steps To Successfully Fundraise on Social Media: A Guide For Nonprofits – with CauseVox, you can view the slides below or on SlideShare. . 5 Steps To Successfully Fundraise on Social Media: A Guide For Nonprofits from CauseVox.

A Guide to Greg Warner’s Made Up Vocabulary

iMarketSmart

The post A Guide to Greg Warner’s Made Up Vocabulary appeared first on MarketSmart. I like to make up words and phrases.

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YouTube Guide For Nonprofits

The Agitator

Here’s a 24-page guide from YouTube — YouTube-for-Good — advising on how to tell better stories and get them noticed (i.e, You know how much I love to see fundraisers using video! more visible to search engines). They’re also sponsoring a one-day video boot camp for nonprofits in San Francisco on April 2. You must apply to attend (applications due February 27).

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

Wild Woman Fundraising

Mazarine Treyz, with The Wild Woman’s Guide to Fundraising and The Wild Woman’s Guide to Social Media. Wild Womans Guide to Social Media Workbook. The Wild Woman’s Guide to Social Media Workbook Free Preview!

Must see: Fabulous guide to visual storytelling

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

Resource Media has a fantastic and free guide to visual storytelling. The guide has great tips like: 1. Get the guide here. Thanks to Mark Rovner (read his blog ) for tipping me off to the guide. It’s a MUST read (see) for your cause.

The Book that Changed My Life: Free E-Guide

Getting Attention

BONUS: Free E-Guide. You’ll be among the first to get this unique e-guide as a bonus when you register for this free, first-time webinar : REGISTER NOW TO LEARN… The 4 Keys to Pitch-Perfect Messaging.

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A Beginner's Guide to Online Fundraising & Marketing

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Need more visitors to your nonprofit website? Does your donate button need more clicks? Want to make sense of social networks like Facebook? Join Network for Good's Jono Smith as he provides 10 tips for effective online fundraising and marketing -- even during this down economy. Come to this session armed with your questions -- you'll be able to submit questions directly to our speaker during a live Q&A session.

How Nonprofits Can Be #InstaAwesome on Instagram

J Campbell Social Marketing

Download my Ultimate Guide to Instagram for Small Nonprofits for even more tips and actionable ways to use Instagram to raise money and awareness for your cause. Instagram Nonprofits Social Media #Instaawesome small nonprofits ultimate guide

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The Wild Woman’s Guide to Fundraising Book is Here!

Wild Woman Fundraising

I am so excited and proud to announce to you that my book, The Wild Woman’s Guide to Fundraising, is now available as a physical book! I just got back from the printers! So Happy!

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Nonprofit Marketing Wisdom Guide

The Agitator

Download your free copy of The Nonprofit Marketing Wisdom Guide to capitalize on their smarts, effort and experiences for your organization. It won’t take you long to breeze through the Guide over a coffee and pick out some helpful insights … and some advice you might dispute.

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Twitter for Newbies – A Step-by-Step Guide to Success

J Campbell Social Marketing

The post Twitter for Newbies – A Step-by-Step Guide to Success appeared first on JCSM. Are you a newbie to Twitter? Do you often ask the questions: What is the best way to set up my Twitter profile? How can I find people to follow? What’s a hashtag, and how can I use it? What in the world should I tweet? How often should I tweet and retweet? Where do I find topics to tweet about? What tools are available to help me save time on Twitter?

3 Free Guides to Nonprofit Communications Impact 2012

Getting Attention

Today I want to share with you three free Getting Attention guides published this year — on messaging that resonates, marketing wisdom from your peers and books that can lift and energize you. Get your reading guide now.

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The Ultimate Donation Page Guide Sneak Peek

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

The Ultimate Donation Page Guide is 27 pages of helpful tips and best practices that guide you through the process of building a fantastic online donation page (or refining an existing page) that gets donors to give, give big, and give again

Take 10 Minutes: Get Data to Do Comms Right

Getting Attention

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Fundraising Events: The 10-Step Guide to Planning Your Own

Fundraising Coach

To make the actual planning and execution of a fundraiser a little more smooth and manageable, I’ve compiled a step-by-step guide to planning and pulling off just about any fundraising event. Take a peek at this helpful guide. The post Fundraising Events: The 10-Step Guide to Planning Your Own appeared first on FundraisingCoach.com. Most of us like to believe that we’d give to charity purely out of the goodness of our hearts. It’s also what we’d hope to be true of our donors.

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Invest 5 Minutes for Priceless Insights: Nonprofit Communications Trends

Getting Attention

My friend and colleague Kivi Leroux Miller, over at Nonprofit Marketing Guide, provides a wonderful service for nonprofit marketers like us—her annual report of trends in the field.

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5 Easy Steps: A Guide to Hiring a Fundraising Consultant

Fundraising Coach

The post 5 Easy Steps: A Guide to Hiring a Fundraising Consultant appeared first on FundraisingCoach.com. Hiring a fundraising consultant, while incredibly important, can be tricky. With so many firms and so many service packages, how can you tell which is the right choice for your nonprofit?

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The Procrastinator's Guide to Year-end Fundraising

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Download the presentation slides and full "Procrastinator's Guide" below Related Documents! Is your nonprofit ready to ramp up your online fundraising this holiday season? The last weeks of the year are the biggest and most important for online charitable giving. (In In fact, Network for Good processes 40% of online donations for nonprofits like yours in December!)

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A Rookie's Guide to Online Fundraising and Marketing (Nonprofit Boot Camp)

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On September 11, 2009, Network for Good had the great opportunity to present "A Rookie's Guide to Online Fundraising & Marketing" to nonprofits at the Nonprofit Boot Camp sponsored by the Virginia Network of Nonprofit Organizations (VANNO), Network Williamsburg and the Hamilton Group.

Want a free copy of The Wild Woman’s Guide to Fundraising? Head over to Amy Sample Ward’s Blog!

Wild Woman Fundraising

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Fundraiser’s Guide to Irresistible Communications – Book Review

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

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Top Ten Articles from 2012 at Nonprofit Marketing Guide

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Yesterday I shared our Top Ten Blog Posts from 2012 , and today I want to share the Top Ten Articles for 2012 on NonprofitMarketingGuide.com , our main website, in case you missed them. These are the top article pages we added in 2012, not the top pages overall.

Your quick guide to better nonprofit financial management

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

If you feel the need to strengthen your financial management savvy, check out StrongNonprofits.org , a new website featuring free tools, how-tos and guides. Features range from a nonprofit accounting guide, to an article on sensible growth strategies, to a podcast on how to understand the true costs of programming. Guide to Effective Board Leadership—an easy-to-follow description of how nonprofit boards can do the necessary financial oversight of their organizations.

The 4-step guide to turning one-time event participants into lasting donors

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

Their guide outlines a four-step process for identifying, engaging, qualifying, cultivating and converting event donors. Check out the guide for great tips on how to do this and each of these steps.

The 4-step guide to turning one-time event participants into lasting donors

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

Their guide outlines a four-step process for identifying, engaging, qualifying, cultivating and converting event donors. Check out the guide for great tips on how to do this and each of these steps.

Crowdfunding: The Future of Annual Giving [Free Guide]

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

What’s old is new again. The most exciting evolution of the giving economy in the past ten years is crowdfunding. But crowdfunding is simply a new name for one of the oldest forms of fundraising. Throughout history, communities joined together to support those in need.