Click Me: An E-Newsletter Makeover with Mission India

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

We love “Before and After” posts, so I jumped at the chance to get Lindsay Ackerman to share about Mission India’s recent e-newsletter format change. Guest Post by Lindsay Ackerman of Mission India. Lindsay Ackerman.

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Twitter Vote Report Goes to India

A. Fine Blog

The month long elections in India begin on April 16th, and Twitter Vote Report will be there for the ride! Here is the skinny on Vote Report India from Jon Pincus: Vote Report India will partner with citizens’ networks, human rights organizations, and journalists to contribute direct SMS, email and web reports on violations of [.]. Tags: Social Media India Vote Report Jon Pincus twitter vote report

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#ProAging: How Might The 7 Billion Humans Age?

Non Profit Marketing 360

Much of the attention given to that milestone as focused on the many thousands of births that take place each second all around the world, but especially in India and subsaharan Africa. From the NIA/NIH report - Click to enlarge.

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Good Intentions Are Not Enough

Wild Woman Fundraising

Have you read this blog? It’s called Good Intentions Are Not Enough, and it is EXCELLENT. If you have ever done international aid work, if you’ve ever been to another country to try to help people, this blog is a must-read.

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Breaking My Bad Habits: From College To Nonprofit Writer

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Guest Post by Laurel Dykema of Mission India. When I started as an intern at Mission India, I discovered that nonprofit writing is VERY different from college writing—and I had to break my “good” college writing habits because they were actually “bad” writing habits at my nonprofit!

Digital Storytelling with Yash Mori

EveryAction

I was easily able to relate to the experiences of immigrating to the country because my family immigrated from India. We lived through the struggle of being poor in India and then coming out to America and having the huge culture shock that many immigrants are going through now and have been going through for decades. Yash Mori is a progressive digital organizer and video producer.

Cause Marketing Post #438

Cause Related Marketing

those first few weeks, a good chunk of the traffic came from one or more people in Hyderabad, India. I began this blog four years ago this month. This is posting number 438. The cause marketing blog gets 5,000 visits and nearly 8,000 page views a month.

This ‘Who We Are’ Engages Big Time (MAMA Case Study)

Getting Attention

But last week, after jealously Facebook-following Stephanie’s work-related travel adventure in India, I had to know more.

Global internet statistics for 2018

Public Sector Marketing 2.0

It now accounts for over half of all digital minutes in 13 markets, and over 75% in Mexico, India, and Indonesia.

It’s the End of the World as We Know It

Cause Related Marketing

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Slumdog Millionaire

The Agitator

I just got around to seeing Slumdog Millionaire last weekend, and was left feeling pretty miserable about the lives of children in India. Apparently the movie has sparked a surge in donor interest in children’s and poverty issues in India, for groups like Railway Children, SOS Children’s Villages of India and others.

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Happy New Year!

The Agitator

Agitators in Australia and New Zealand, China, India and Thailand (most of the planet) are already into the New Year, while those in Europe, the U.K.

Messages Matter—More than Ever

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Take Lotus Outreach International—we’d never know that this organization fights against child trafficking and exploitation, and for access to education, in Cambodia and India. ummmm…what do we do again? Ummmmm. We’ve all been there.

Massive geographical and cultural differences in online sharing

Public Sector Marketing 2.0

Citizens of Saudi Arabia, India and Indonesia are the most prolific online sharers of content coming in at 61%, 53% and 50% respectively. I recently saw a fascinating presentation from KPCB entitled ”Internet Trends 2013 ” where I came across the above chart from Ipsos OTX.

MBA Student Headed for P&G in June Offers Her Services Until Then

Cause Related Marketing

Kind Readers:A few months back I had an extended conversation about cause marketing with Supreet Kaur, then an MBA student at India’s prestigious Management Development Institute in Gurgaon. Well Supreet has finished her studies and is headed toward a marketing position at Proctor & Gamble in June. She offered her services to my company. Alden Keene. but I can’t use them in that time frame.

Kiss Off Cause Marketing

Cause Related Marketing

When you do they’ll make a donation to the MAC Aids Fund; enough to purchase 1000 condoms for distribution in India or 14 HIV test kits in Haiti. Right now DNA II, a custom art company believe it or not, would like you to kiss off.

My Shiny New Gadget

The Agitator

It’s about neuroscience insights into effective advertising … based on research in India! I’m a bit reluctant as I begin to write this post. How far could that exotica (erotica?) be from our present pre-occupation with the hard core survival issues of fundraising, like donor retention and measuring lifetime value?

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Join the CauseMarketing.biz Newsgroup, Get a Cool Tool You Can Use on Your Next Cause Marketing Campaign

Cause Related Marketing

from Hyderbad, India is the latest to join the Cause Marketing Google Newsgroup. Kind Readers: Amriti S. It’s super easy to subscribe. Simply send me your name and your email address to aldenkeene at gmail dot com. When you subscribe each new post comes directly to your email, usually every business day.

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Guilt doesn’t inspire Americans to go green

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

By contrast, consumers in emerging economies like India, China and Brazil “report feeling the most guilty about their environmental impact and yet have the least confidence that their individual actions can help the environment,” notes MediaPost.

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Bad PR Pitches Hold Lessons for Smart Cause Marketers

Cause Related Marketing

Yesterday in conversation with a new friend in India I learned that I am ‘quite famous’ in India. India is the worlds’ second most populous country, as well as the most populous democracy so it’s a very good place to be famous in. Maybe my new-found renown explains the volume of pitches I get from people who want coverage in this blog (few of which are from India, I hasten to add).

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The Presumption of Altruism

Cause Related Marketing

Bhargava was born in India and immigrated to the United States at age 14. But now the richest Indian in America is also a philanthropist who looks homeward to India when it comes to ‘giving back.’

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Global Cause Marketing

Cause Related Marketing

GoodPurpose surveyed public opinion of 8,000 people in 16 countries: Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, & the United States. But Edelman did reveal that it is the Rapid Growth Economies (RGE) of Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, and United Arab Emirates that are the most responsive to brands that cause market.

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Let’s hear it for Asian Female Nonprofit Leaders!

Wild Woman Fundraising

She instituted police and prison reforms so sweeping that she became Director General of India’s Bureau of Police Research and Development. In 1987 she founded Navjyoti India Foundation. Have you ever wanted to be a nonprofit executive director?

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Benchmarking a worldwide NGO

DonorDigital

There’s wide variability on how social media drives Web traffic in various countries, and how many people access WWF sites from their mobile phones (where India is the leader).

How to Write a Letter to the Editor that Gets Published and Read (Case Study)

Getting Attention

Michael Specter describes the way that sketchy private clinics in India are preying on people at risk of tuberculosis, and simultaneously undermining an under-resourced public-health system (“ A Deadly Misdiagnosis ,” November 15th).

Seven Things You Can Do to Fight Childhood Slavery

Cause Related Marketing

Educate a Freed Child Slave in East India for One Year.’ In the March 2012 issue of Redbook magazine, writer Alison Storm lists seven things you can do to ‘Save a Child From Slavery.’

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Universal Basic Income and Decent Work

Wild Woman Fundraising

Canada, India, Finland, Italy, and the Netherlands. “ Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced. ” -James Baldwin.

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A Honey of a Indiegogo Campaign

Cause Related Marketing

Honey badgers, whose habitat is found in Africa, India and Southeast Asia, sport a wide skunk-like stripe, are more fearless than badgers, but are most closely related to weasels.

BOGO Toothbrushes

Cause Related Marketing

So far the Smile Squared toothbrushes have landed with kids in Central America, Mexico, Haiti, Kenya, Cambodia, India and the Philippines. If you sell consumables… food, drink, shoes, jeans, etc… to the public you’d be wise to think about cause marketing.

Cause Marketing Thongs to Benefit Microfinance

Cause Related Marketing

Black is selling women’s thongs to benefit microenterprises in the United States, Brazil and India. The title of this post is a clause I never expected to put together. An enterprising entrepreneur named Renata M.

Featured Fundraiser: Sandy Clark

A Small Change

One day I will be learning about deforestation in Kenya and the next day I will hear about micro-plots in India. This month’s Featured Fundraiser is Sandy Clark. Feel free to leave a comment with questions or let me know if you’d like more information about her organization.

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Zagats For Nonprofits

The Agitator

One was a glowing review from a totally smitten donor who had nothing but praise for this charity, which she perceived as doing amazing good works for poor people in India. donor, who upon visiting India on an unrelated trip, stumbled upon what he perceived to be extremely profligate — to the point of ethically questionable — spending by this same charity.

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Multi-Cultural and Cross-Cultural Cause Marketing

Cause Related Marketing

In that effort, called Edelman’s Goodpurpose Study 2010, Brazil, China and India followed closely behind Mexico. Results released yesterday from the ‘ Dynamics of Cause Engagement ’ study show that Hispanics and African Americans in the United States are more likely than Caucasians to support causes online than offline, more likely to feel social sites networking help causes raise visibility, and more likely to feel that they personally can help causes through online social networks.

Most Popular Articles of 2014: On Social Marketing and Social Change

Social Marketing and Social Change

of unique visitors came from the US, followed in the top ten by Great Britain (UK), India, Australia, Canada, Philippines, Malaysia, Nigeria, South Africa and France (and then another 179 other countries). Thank you to the over 35,500 people who have visited this blog over the past year.

Gamified Cause Marketing and Half the Sky

Cause Related Marketing

The game is mediated by a character named Radhika, a mother of two, who starts in India and then makes her way to Kenya, Vietnam and Afghanistan, before landing in the United States.

Google+ Defies Expectations And Thus Facebook

Non Profit Marketing 360

The numbers include the 7.5-odd million who have visited from overseas (India, Canada, Brazil, France, Taiwan…). The fastest growing social network in history (at least until the next one) is now officially Google+, which has grown to over 25 million visitors since its launch a mere 5 weeks ago, according to Reuters. So thus far things are looking really good for Google’s latest foray into the social-networking universe.

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Did slaves make your bra? Want a fabulous interactive graph to help you decide what to buy?

Wild Woman Fundraising

India? Recently I was sitting on a plane with a charming and socially conscious seatmate , and we were talking about world events, and at the end of our time together, we both agreed, “Vote with your dollars!&#. What does that mean? Well, do you know where your food comes from?

At Last! Global Fundraising Supersized

The Agitator

In the UK, $80,000 … in India, $47,000 … and China $31,800. Three weeks ago, we reported that Bernard Ross and his UK Management Centre were launching the Big Mac™ Philanthropy Index. The purpose of this new Index?

Why “Trust” Matters in Fundraising. And What To Do About It.

The Agitator

Only 8 countries ( China, India, Indonesia, UAE, The Netherlands, Mexico, Malaysia and Singapore) fall into the category of “truster” nations. The 2018 Edelman Trust Barometer reveals that trust in the U.S.

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‘Genius’ Awards For Nonprofits

The Agitator

Sin Fronteras – Mexico City, Mexico ($500,000) protects the human rights of migrants in Mexico; Socio Legal Information Centre – New Delhi, India ($750,000) provides free legal assistance to protect the rights of the marginalized in India. Just got around to reading about the 13 organizations that recently won recognition (and $$) from the MacArthur Foundation for their creativity and effectiveness.