Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators – May 24, 2019

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Registration is $129 or free with an All-Access Pass Learn More and Register The post Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators – May 24, 2019 appeared first on Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog. Good day, good friends.

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Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators – May 17, 2019

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Nonprofit Training Opportunities for You May 23: Do This, Not That: 10 Relatively Easy Ways to Fix Some Big Nonprofit Communications Problems Get practical solutions to some of the biggest communications problems in the nonprofit industry. The Hound. Auburn, AL Good afternoon! (Or

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Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators – May 3, 2019

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

RIP Peter Mayhew May the Force be with you this Friday before Star Wars Day (May the 4th…get it?) Divisive Content May be Key For more on social media, Hannah Trull at Nonprofit Hub gives us the basics of social media analytics.

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Hot Topics for May: Blogs, Editorial Calendars and Mentoring Available

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Here’s what’s happening this month at Nonprofit Marketing Guide: Online Training: May 2: Build a Better Nonprofit Blog: Simple Steps to Turn Your Boring Blog Into a Powerhouse Breathe some life into your blog or get the inspiration to start one.

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Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators – May 10, 2019

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Nonprofit Training Opportunities for You May 15 & 16: Everything You Need to Know About Editorial Calendars [Two-Part Webinar Series] Learn everything you need to know to set up and use an editorial calendar to increase your communications effectiveness. Minero, Atlanta, GA Happy Friday!

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Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators – May 31, 2019

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Registration is $20 or free with an All-Access Pass Learn More and Register The post Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators – May 31, 2019 appeared first on Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog. The Collins Quarter. Savannah, GA Did everyone have a good week?

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Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators – May 25, 2018

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Eric Squair is presenting a free webinar next Thursday, May 31st – How to Identify Your Website’s Most Popular Content. And here are 11 Content Marketing Obstacles You May Face This Year (And How to Overcome Them). The Hound. Auburn, AL.

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What’s Up in May

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

That means you’ll have May, June, July AND August to take part in live webinars, listen to webinar recordings and download all of my e-books for one low price. But remember, this offer expires this Friday, May 4th so hurry!

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Hot Topics in May: E-Newsletters, Content Problems, Leadership, Work Boundaries

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

May 1 & 2 – Creating Awesome Email Newsletters. May 10 – The 6 Problems That Plague Nonprofit Content…and How to Solve Them. May 17 – What Communications Leadership Looks Like.

May 169

Why April 21st May Ruin Your Nonprofit's Website Analytics

EveryAction

Not to be click-baiting fearmongers, but we really needed to get your attention because there’s a big change coming to Google’s search algorithm that you need to know about

Nonprofit Marketing Jobs—May 11, 2012

Getting Attention

Nonprofit Marketing Jobs—May 4, 2012. Please post your nonprofit marketing position here —FT or PT staff, consulting or internship opportunities. . NEW OPPORTUNITIES. 1) Associate Director, Media Relations and Communications. Save the Children (Washington, D.C.).

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Nonprofit Marketing Jobs—May 18, 2012

Getting Attention

Nonprofit Marketing Jobs—May 11, 2012. Please post your nonprofit marketing position here —FT or PT staff, consulting or internship opportunities. . NEW OPPORTUNITIES. 1) Chief Marketing Officer and. Director of PR and Digital Marketing. Horizons for Homeless Children (Boston, MA).

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Nonprofit Marketing Jobs—May 24, 2012

Getting Attention

Nonprofit Marketing Jobs—May 18, 2012. Please post your nonprofit marketing position here —FT or PT staff, consulting or internship opportunities. NEW OPPORTUNITIES. 1) Brand Identity Manager and Marketing Coordinator. Outreach International (Independence, MO).

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Nonprofit Marketing Jobs—May 4, 2012

Getting Attention

Please post your nonprofit marketing position here —FT or PT staff, consulting or internship opportunities. . NEW OPPORTUNITIES. 1) Associate Director of Communications. City Harvest (New York, NY). 2) Communications Associate. The Nellie Mae Education Foundation (Quincy, MA).

May 172

There Are Only Three Ways to Raise More Money

iMarketSmart

Actually, when you first started reading this blog post, you may have thought that acquisition was the only way to raise more money. Part of the ongoing transition away from acquisition-based fundraising may be the alarmingly low rates of first time donor renewals that plague our industry.

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Join Me—Engage Fundraising Conference— May 9, Philly

Getting Attention

You may be wondering why a marketer like me is so enthused about a fundraising conference but I know that 1) Many of you wear both hats, and even if you don’t 2) fundraising and marketing must be strong partners, and the better you understand the other half, the better you’ll be able to move your supporters to act. I’m in for this conference, and want to tell you about it before the limited number of seats (just 125) are gone.

6 Reasons Your Nonprofit May Not Be Ready For Social Media

J Campbell Social Marketing

Here are 6 reasons that your nonprofit may not be ready for social media. You may not be ready for social media if you don’t want to open up conversations and build authentic relationships with your community online.

May the Fundraising Force Be With You

The Agitator

May this fundraising force be with you. Among the many skills attributed to Steve Jobs was his ability to create a “reality distortion field”—a mental force he created to persuade himself and others to believe almost anything.

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Friday Futures – Nonprofit Marketing Jobs – May 6, 2011

Getting Attention

Thanks for sharing your positive responses on the value of these nonprofit-marketing-specific job postings. People are reading, and applying! Please post your nonprofit marketing position here for FT or PT staff, consulting or internship opportunities. NEW OPPORTUNITIES.

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Friday Futures – Nonprofit Marketing Jobs – May 13, 2011

Getting Attention

Thanks for sharing your positive responses on the value of these nonprofit-marketing-specific job postings. People are reading, and applying! Please post your nonprofit marketing position here for FT or PT staff, consulting or internship opportunities. NEW OPPORTUNITIES.

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Friday Futures – Nonprofit Marketing Jobs – May 20, 2011

Getting Attention

Thanks for sharing your positive responses on the value of these nonprofit-marketing-specific job postings. People are reading, and applying! Please post your nonprofit marketing position here for FT or PT staff, consulting or internship opportunities. NEW OPPORTUNITIES.

May 172

You May Love Your Jargon, But Your Donor’s Don’t

Ann Green

Your donors don’t love it as much as you do because it’s boring and they may not understand what you’re trying to say. You may use some of these terms internally and they might be in your mission statement, but try to limit them when you communicate with your donors.

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Friday Futures – Nonprofit Marketing Jobs – May 27, 2011

Getting Attention

Thanks for sharing your positive responses on the value of these nonprofit-marketing-specific job postings. People are reading, and applying! Please post your nonprofit marketing position here for FT or PT staff, consulting or internship opportunities. NEW OPPORTUNITIES.

May 161

Social Recruiting: New, Necessary and May Be Critical to Nonprofits

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

The increasing importance of online marketing may increase the need for marketing staff to maintain social media visibility. You’ll even get links to passive candidates, those not actively looking for a new position but who may be ideal for the positions. Geri Stengel. Where will your organization find its next communications, marketing, or development director? In this guest post by Geri Stengel, get some tips on how to use LinkedIn to find the right candidates.

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Last Chance: 4 Keys to Pitch-Perfect Messaging (Free Training, May 30)

Getting Attention

Please join me on Wednesday, May 30 to learn how to stop striking flat notes with your target audiences and join the 16% of nonprofits whose messages resonate and spur action. Date: Wednesday, May 30, 2012.

A Tool That May Help With Donor Retention

Non Profit Marketing 360

But help may be on the way. The post A Tool That May Help With Donor Retention appeared first on Nonprofit Marketing 360. The fundraising statistics are bleak. A new study from the Association of Fundraising Professionals finds that: For every $100 nonprofits raise, $100 is lost through attrition. For every 100 new donors, 107 donors drop off. Only 31% of 2009 donors gave again in 2010.

May 109

The Next Best Thing May Already Be Here

Ann Green

But sometimes we need to take a step back, and realize the next best thing may already be here. The next best thing may already be here. All nonprofits want to succeed and grow. You want more donors and more people to find out about your organization.

May 75

Snow in May: The Value of Expectations in Branding

Mission Minded

Also titled: Why I Refuse to Get Out My Snow Shovel Today is Monday, May 12, 2014, and I’m feeling a bit glum.

May 73

#SM4NP: ROI Via Social Media May Be Elusive, But It’s Not Ephemeral

Non Profit Marketing 360

If you search for information about how to measure returns on investment in social media, you will be quickly reminded about just how new social media is in the business and nonprofit economies.

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Nonprofit Spotlight: May

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

In May, we celebrated a diverse group of organizations working hard to better their corner of the world. Network for Good’s Nonprofit of the Week spotlight gives us the chance to highlight the work of some of the our community’s superstars. Check out the great things these organizations are doing for their communities: Taproot Foundation seeks to build capacity through pro bono service by uniting skilled professionals with nonprofits in need.

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The Right Tool May Be in Your Head

Social Media Bird Brain

46 and 2 Tool Head by Justin Roberts In its younger days, social media was full of such conversations related to tools - tools for using social media, tools for managing social media, tools for measuring social media. Tool Overload New platforms and tools were coming out like water from a broken pipe and I imagine that a lot of people either threw their hands up in disgust and walked. strategy ROI tools goals platform not for profits community social media Small nonprofit

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#Aging: We May Have To/Want To Work Longer. Will We Live Longer?

Non Profit Marketing 360

Golden or just a Goose Egg? For many, the Stock Market Crash of 2008 wiped out most of their retirement savings. For some, working longer past the traditional retirement age is a key to ongoing engagement, community involvement, and mental health.

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Why you may need to reboot

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

In Ctrl Alt Delete Mitch Joel issues a wake-up call for those that may find themselves lost in a rapidly evolving landscape of technology, media, and marketing. If you’re only broadcasting messages focused on your organization’s needs, you may need a reboot.

May 67

Your Biggest Software Implementation Risk? It May Not Be What You Think.

JCA Insights

And yet, the truth of the matter is that vendors who make great software may or may not have services that are right for your organization. A large vendor team may have seasoned, shining stars along with an army of fresh college grads with nothing but software basic training.

The economy may be down, but online giving is up

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This may be a sign of the weakening economy, as many donors continue to give online but in smaller amounts. This may account for the steadier online returns, as younger donors – with more disposable income, less significant savings invested in retirement portfolios, and so on – may feel less vulnerable to the volatile market and thus may not be adjusting their giving to reflect the downturn.

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Article: Nonprofits may Not Profit from Charitable Texts

Blue Sky Collaborative

Nonprofits may Not Profit from Charitable Texts. Suprise! Kenny highlights an issue that we saw coming after the mobile giving fad in Haiti. TXT-to-give is inneficient and not cost effective. Apps on smartphones are the way to go.

Strengthen Your Fundraising Skills-Free, From Your Desk-Thursday, May 20

Getting Attention

Please join me at the first ever virtual fundraising conference produced by Fundraising Success. I’m really excited about this opportunity, especially since I can participate from my office. In particular, I’m looking forward to these sessions: Top 10 Tips for Fundraising in 2010.

May 138

Dear May 2009 Graduate, Here’s 40 Reasons to Still Study Journalism

SocialButterfly

Despite the landscape and view people may hold when they think of today’s journalism, enrollment in journalism school has INCREASED ! Dear May 2009 Graduate, Here are 40 reasons to still study journalism: We need journalism.

May All Your Dreams Come True

The Agitator

Our pal Nancy Schwartz over at the Getting Attention blog is hosting the first Nonprofit Blog Carnival of 2012 and we hope you’ll participate in it. In case you’re wondering what a ‘blog carnival’ you can find out more here in Joanne Fritz’ description over at About.com.

May 67

Who Is Reading Your Blog May Be A Delightful Surprise

Diva Marketing Blog

The very smart Nancy White , Full Circle , once told me. when you send your blog or community site into social cyber space it's never totally yours alone again. Girlfriend, it doesn't matter if you're writing on social media topics, manufacturing equipment or dirty martinis (3 olives please!).

May 73

GOING, GOING FAST: Grab a Seat-May 18 E-Newsletter Workshop in New York City

Getting Attention

I promise you it’ll be an incredibly worthwhile three hours when you do. In Breakthrough E-Newsletters: 5 Steps to Shaping E-Communications that Connect , you’ll learn everything you need to get a high-impact e-newsletter going for your nonprofit, or to strengthen the one you have. You’ll learn how to: Define realistic goals for your e-newsletter and who you have to reach to achieve them. Shape the right approach—content, style, how much interactivity with readers.

Newsletter: Marketing that Gets Noticed ; 9 Ways to Avoid ‘Woke Washing’ ; Why Targeting Millennials May Not be Such a Great Idea After All

Selfish Giving

I bet some companies are getting nervous, and may be asking you for advice. This week I've been noticing what I notice. First, it was these warming stripe graphics on Twitter with the hashtag #ShowYourStripes. I was like, "What the heck is this and why is everyone sharing it?"

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Starbucks Mobile Payments May Give Cause Marketing a Jolt

Selfish Giving

While it may seem lazy to let users check-in to Foursquare when they’re making a mobile payment, that doesn’t mean we can’t push notifications back to them. I love the new mobile payment app from Starbucks.

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