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5 Expert Opinions on the Future of Email Fundraising

EveryAction

Email isn’t dead. nonprofit email fundraising nonprofit technology guest post

Move Your Nonprofit Agenda Forward with Opinion Editorials

Getting Attention

Margot is an expert trainer on writing and placing opinion editorials. move policymakers, funders, opinion leaders, and others to action.

Picture this: Expert opinions on telling your story with images

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

There’s been a fantastic response to this month’s nonprofit carnival topic: telling your story with riveting images. Very moving! ”>.

Mobile Giving Research and Opinion

A Small Change

You’ve been provided some facts and general information about mobile giving. I’ve learned a lot through this process and want to hear your thoughts and experiences in the mobile giving space. Below are a few different theories and philosophies regarding some of the benefits and specifics of mobile giving. Instantly Viral. Emerging Industry.

Current Canadian Opinion on Cause Marketing

Cause Related Marketing

A public opinion survey published Nov. The same number of people say that companies should donate to causes.

Fired or Having A Personal Opinion

A. Fine Blog

Michel was an employee of the Jewish Federation of San Francisco , who was fired for writing her opinion about the ways the Jewish community are overlooking middle-aged people in favor of Millennials in their programming. So, where’s the line between private opinion and professional commentary? It’s their birthright too.”

10 Tips for Getting Your Op-Ed Placed

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Unlike reported news stories, op-eds are opinion pieces that are written by those who aren’t on the staff of a newspaper, magazine or website.

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#Tech: SOPA Inspiring Blackouts & Lobbyists – Should Nonprofits Care?

Non Profit Marketing 360

Could SOPA chill free speech? On the surface, not much seems to be of relevance in the ‘Stop Online Piracy Act’ ( SOPA, H.R. Not really.

#VIDEO: Freelance Producers Wanted for Brooklyn Independent Television. Stipend Offered.

Non Profit Marketing 360

Jonathan Lief, Associate Producer said that “our stories generally run from 4 to 7 minutes long, depending on the show. We pay $225 per package.

Work Our Audience-Driven News Climate

Getting Attention

Other examples abound, affecting news, feature, and opinion coverage. How the News Is Changing, and Why You Should Care. Please share them here.

Best Facebook Groups for Nonprofits

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Just about every day, I talk to a nonprofit staff person who thinks she is alone with the challenge or drama or weird situation she is in at work.

Audience Research: Where to Find Polls and Survey Data

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Cornell Universities List of Public Opinion Surveys. Harris Interactive Vault - 40 years of public opinion data. PollingReport.com - variety of public opinion polls. World Public Opinion - polls from around the world. You’ve accepted that “the general public” is not a target audience. Congratulations!

How a Small Nonprofit President Got a Big Spot in The New York Times’ Room for Debate

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Monitor the news — CDI found a home for its opinion piece because it was able to attach its point of view to a timely issue.

#SocialMedia: Facebook’s Updates Strive For Timelines About Its Users

Non Profit Marketing 360

Communications Community eNewsletter Facebook Marketing Media Review Nonprofit Opinion Permission Marketing Public Relations Social Media Software Review Storytelling Technology Video Web and Print Web Design Beth Kanter Charitable organization Farmville Google Non-profit organization Online Communities Social network Spotify Timeline video

Nonprofits Grew Online Giving, Website Traffic & Social Media Fans in 2013

J Campbell Social Marketing

Most important finding (in my opinion): “So, when is the best time to send a fundraising message? ” (YES!). When it’s ready.

Cut the Glut! Wordy Phrases to Eliminate from Your Writing (And Alternatives)

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

it is our opinion that = we think. Shorter is nearly always better. Replace these wordy phrases with their concise alternatives. Copywriting

3 Barriers to Integrated Marketing Success

Getting Attention

Then, find a way to integrate this opinion into your work, and give credit where credit is due. Don’t forget your internal process.

The JianGate Twitter Universe Visualized

Public Sector Marketing 2.0

Very bad practice, I know, but human nonetheless. Sorry about that. What exactly did I do? Why did I do it? What should I have done? jiangate.

3 Things Successful Nonprofits Do NOW to Prepare for December Online Fundraising

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Then ask for her brutally honest opinion on the experience, and learn! Source: https://flic.kr/p/8q7cDb. p/8q7cDb. Oh come on!” she said.

The High Cost of Communications Chaos #CALMnotBUSY

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Many nonprofit communications directors feel like they work in a constant state of chaos. You likely feel overwhelmed and understaffed.

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Why do you hate your job? 3 Reasons

Wild Woman Fundraising

Tags: Conflict Leadership Rank at Work anonymity anonymous aspirations assessing contribution assessing success bad boss get a new job hate your job hate your life immeasurement impact interests irrelevance manager opinion mazarine treyz measurement no measurement recognition relevance wrong opinion

Digital and Media Literacy

Public Sector Marketing 2.0

Photos have always been powerful in capturing global attention , swaying public opinion, and altering the course of political direction, hence why photo journalism exists. You see, in the past, these public micro expressions of opinion (likes, shares ,re-tweets and comments) based on emotional on-the-spot reactions were never captured.

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Showcase Your Experts—Speakers’ Bureau How-Tos

Getting Attention

The opinions she shares here do not represent those of the American Red Cross. It’s a win-win-win! What’s missing from the list?

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Cut the Glut! Part II – Redundancies to Eliminate from Your Writing

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

consensus of opinion = consensus. Last week, we talked about those wordy phrases you need to trim (and what to use instead). Square in shape.

Op Eds: Writing Leads that Grab Readers by the Lapels

Getting Attention

Guest bloggerMargot Friedman, principal of Dupont Circle Communications, conducts trainings on writing and placing opinion editorials.

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To Go.ngo,ong, Or Not

The Agitator

Agitator reader Greg Worley wrote asking us to weigh in with an Agitator opinion of whether or not adding these domains is worth it to U.S.

6 Ways to Deal with Your Devil’s Advocate

Getting Attention

Validation trumps opinion every time. “When it was published in 1963, the book was hated by critics and banned in libraries.

A Valentine For Fundraisers

The Agitator

The Agitator rested on Valentine’s Day this year. Before we get to the Valentine, a reminder about the Buffetts.

Editorial Planning When Everything Is Up in the Air

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

2) Opinion Pieces. You should be able to write at least one opinion piece for each of your core topics. 1) Helpful Content. ” See?

Meet the 4 Types of People Who Make Up Your Online Community [Infographic]

J Campbell Social Marketing

This group is opinionated. Nonprofits tend to lump all of their constituents into just a few boxes – staff, volunteers, donors and clients.

Are You Preparing for Life After Facebook?

Non Profit Marketing 360

” Facebook Nonprofit Opinion Social Media Geoff Livingston Social networkNoting that the number of Facebook users in the U.S. is declining, author and marketing strategist Geoff Livingston argues that “it’s time to hedge your bets and start investing in networks other than Facebook.”

Are You Preparing for Life After Facebook?

Non Profit Marketing 360

” Facebook Nonprofit Opinion Social Media Geoff Livingston Social networkNoting that the number of Facebook users in the U.S. is declining, author and marketing strategist Geoff Livingston argues that “it’s time to hedge your bets and start investing in networks other than Facebook.”

#SOCIALMEDIA: How Young Is Too Old To Have Communications Expertise?

Non Profit Marketing 360

Would you hire any of these people for your social-media outreach? Why don’t you all fade away, and don’t try to dig what we all say.

#SOCIALMEDIA: How Young Is Too Old To Have Communications Expertise?

Non Profit Marketing 360

Would you hire any of these people for your social-media outreach? Why don’t you all fade away, and don’t try to dig what we all say.

#COMMUNICATION: Is Your Nonprofit Staff Conversing With Both Audience & Each Other?

Non Profit Marketing 360

But it seems to me that the argument is both older than modern social media (read any Marshall McLuhan lately?)

Call for Submissions: Healthcare Social Media Review #21

SocialButterfly

We want to hear your opinion. How can social media support prevention and wellness? On Wednesday, Jan. Submit them. Share it.

#VIDEO: Freelance Producers & Reporters Wanted for Brooklyn Independent Television

Non Profit Marketing 360

Jonathan Lief, Associate Executive Producer for Programming said that “our stories generally run from 4 to 7 minutes long, depending on the show.

9 ways nonprofits are conning and duping supporters (all of which you should do without)

iMarketSmart

Not asking for their opinions / feedback. New donors, are testing you out. But many feel duped. I think that’s why retention is so low. Everyone hates to be duped! In fact, a fundraiser recently admitted to me that a major donor once told him he and his wife would rather meet with a used car salesman than a fundraiser. Related Posts. >>

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#Tech: What Will 2012 Look Like For Social Media?

Non Profit Marketing 360

Welcome to a New Year! Look at your favorite bistro, for example, and reviews will come up before your eyes as well.

#Advocacy: ‘This American Life’ Retracts Story Of Abuses At Foxconn

Non Profit Marketing 360

But Apple (not to mention the many lower-profile consumer companies that use Chinese manufacturing) is incredibly sensitive to American public opinion.