Thanks a Million: How to Thank Your Donors So They'll Come Back and Give More

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Katya has trained thousands of causes in effective marketing and media relations, and her marketing materials for non-profits have won national and international awards. Jocelyn is also a recognized blogger and speaker on online marketing for social change. Amidst the hub-bub of annual reports, strategic planning and grantseeking calendar development, your focus as a fundraiser is out in front of you to the year ahead.

Another Free Nonprofit Fundraising Consultation To Help During These Tough Times

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The way to be sure that the 'right' message is getting to people in the organization's community is by being proactive about marketing the nonprofit. Hoping that a local reporter calls your group to write a public interest piece, or assuming that your webmaster will put on your website that your organization just achieved its service benchmark for the year isn't going to get good effective marketing done for your agency. Marketing is never completed.

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Fundraiser’s Confidential: How to Adapt Now to the 6 Trends Changing the Fundraiser-Donor Relationship Forever

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About our speaker: Katya Andresen Katya Andresen is Chief Operating Officer of Network for Good, as well as a speaker, author and blogger about nonprofit marketing, online outreach and the basics of social media. Katya has trained thousands of causes in effective marketing and media relations, and her marketing materials for non-profits have won national and international awards.

8 Online Fundraising Changes You Must Make in 2010

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Looking for more details about how to improve your online programs this year Waiting for some "free time" to read the full eBook Interested in asking the author a few questions of your own About Our Speakers Katya Andresen (Chief Operating Officer, Network for Good): Katya is a speaker, author (Robin Hood Marketing) and blogger about nonprofit marketing, online outreach and the basics of social media. Think about how many hours you spend online every day.

Homer Simpson for Nonprofits: The Truth about How People Really Think and What It Means for Promoting Your Cause

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People are not rational beings, but the patterns of irrationality are consistent, and understanding them is key to effective marketing and fundraising. This special Nonprofit 911 call identifies more guiding principles like these and focuses on takeway lessons for marketing , fundraising and public engagement. Katya has trained thousands of causes in effective marketing and media relations, and her marketing materials for non-profits have won national and international awards.

Online Donors: Why They Leave and How to Get Them Back

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Take advantage of the training materials below for this session to learn: Some staggering new data about repeat donors and recurring givers What your nonprofit can do to begin to build lasting relationships Which two ideas your team should focus to see real fundraising results About our speakers Katya Andresen (Chief Operating Officer, Network for Good): Katya is a speaker, author (Robin Hood Marketing) and blogger about nonprofit marketing, online outreach and the basics of social media.

Online Donors: Why They Leave and How to Get Them Back

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Take advantage of the training materials below for this session to learn: Some staggering new data about repeat donors and recurring givers What your nonprofit can do to begin to build lasting relationships Which two ideas your team should focus to see real fundraising results About our speakers Katya Andresen (Chief Operating Officer, Network for Good): Katya is a speaker, author (Robin Hood Marketing) and blogger about nonprofit marketing, online outreach and the basics of social media.

nonprofits can use microsoft word templates for better design, communication

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The popular Lifehacker productivity blog asked its readers to help Elyse , who works "for an earnest, mission-driven, do-good non-profit organization that, despite the high quality of our project work, has little time or expertise to devote to details such as aesthetics, formatting, and design" and who is looking for "tried and true design tips to easily spruce up a document and make it more eye-appealing."

nonprofits can use microsoft word templates for better design, communication

Studio 501c

The popular Lifehacker productivity blog asked its readers to help Elyse , who works "for an earnest, mission-driven, do-good non-profit organization that, despite the high quality of our project work, has little time or expertise to devote to details such as aesthetics, formatting, and design" and who is looking for "tried and true design tips to easily spruce up a document and make it more eye-appealing."

nonprofits can use microsoft word templates for better design, communication

Studio 501c

The popular Lifehacker productivity blog asked its readers to help Elyse , who works "for an earnest, mission-driven, do-good non-profit organization that, despite the high quality of our project work, has little time or expertise to devote to details such as aesthetics, formatting, and design" and who is looking for "tried and true design tips to easily spruce up a document and make it more eye-appealing."

The good, the bad and the ugly of the nonprofit world

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Nonprofit Marketing. Bryan Keithley presents Marketing to your Strengths, Non-Profit Edition posted at Finally Fast. Today, I’m hosting the Nonprofit Blog Carnival!

Want a Better Website? Put it to the Test!

Marketing for Nonprofits

Full disclosure: My job is to help nonprofits succeed at list-building and email marketing so this is an important feature that I always look for on websites. Rule #4: In ALL of your marketing materials (this means your website too), use words and images that make your mission concrete.

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Great storytelling and marketing lessons from the Stove Man

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

What branding or marketing lessons from Neil’s Fortune 500 experience have you applied to your social cause? We wrote out our vision, defined our brand and described the story we wanted to tell – then we created the marketing materials.