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What Is Your Organization’s Social Media Workflow?

J Campbell Social Marketing

There is a misconception that the work of social media is easy – simple posting and tweeting. How do your organization compare?

Work Our Audience-Driven News Climate

Getting Attention

How YOU Can Work this Trend to Benefit YOUR Organization. Other examples abound, affecting news, feature, and opinion coverage.

Asana—Streamline the Work Behind Your Work (Nonprofit Blog Carnival)

Getting Attention

Guest blogger, Leili Khalessi is the Marketing and Communications Manager for RedRover , a national animal welfare organization.

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Do you have bad boundaries?

Wild Woman Fundraising

SG: Well, I think boundary issues, there’s really no separating work from life. I’m working exactly where I need to be. Welcome.

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How to organize your fundraising job search like a pro with Phil Gerard

Wild Woman Fundraising

Phil will be speaking about how to structure and organization your fundraising job search. Mazarine Treyz: Hey, everybody. Welcome. PG: Yeah.

How to Recognize and Manage Different Work Styles

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

During the webinar, Carson will discuss how to prioritize your work based on the way you think and process information. Carson Tate. Kristina.

Finally, you can learn what words work to raise money!

iMarketSmart

If you want to see the whole Words that Work webinar, you can check out the recording here. LIKE THIS BLOG POST? Click to tweet!

10 Shocking Scary Secrets of Working in Fundraising

Wild Woman Fundraising

” All the while abdicating their responsibility to MAKE THE ORGANIZATION GREAT. Scary by Marco Mazzei from Flickr. He said, 0. Like ego.

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What Type of Communications Team Works Best at Your Nonprofit?

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

According to our research, 75% of nonprofit communications teams are organized in one of four ways, based on how the workload for the team is created.

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5 Steps to Discovering Great Stories for Your Organization (Even if You’re a Policy Organization)

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

This is especially true at policy organizations. See if their story connects with your nonprofit’s work and the audience/s you want to reach.

Nonprofit Websites that Work: Showcase Your Personality, Passion & Impact

Getting Attention

Because I thought nonprofits wanted to work with an agency for their website. People want to work with those who provide the best results.

Simple Rules, Part II: How to Get Better #NpComm Work Done Faster

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Today, let’s look at three more, this time related to work processes, or how to do things better. Humans use coordination rules too!

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Why the #IceBucketChallenge works

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

It wouldn’t have the same effect if a complete stranger (or an organization) asked you to take the challenge. It’s social. By name.

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Working in Canada goes Mobile

Public Sector Marketing 2.0

Essentially these are government services that I have discovered through my consulting work, which are not always well known, yet extremely valuable. It was initially developed for skilled immigrants looking to work in Canada, however once you try it out yourself you’ll realize that it’s useful for domestic audiences as well.

How to Organize Your Nonprofit’s Photos

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

How do you organize your photos so you can actually find what you need? It can be overwhelming to know how to organize all those photos.

Why Social Fundraising Works

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

So, why does social fundraising work so well? Join us this Thursday at 1pm ET to learn how to create your own social fundraising campaign.

Spread the work around

Get Fully Funded

If you working on raising the money of your dreams, you should always be on the lookout for people who can help advance your cause. After all, you can’t do it yourself and many hands make light work. Make sure they have the time and are willing to do some work. What is the committee intended to accomplish?

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Is Peer Fundraising Right for Your Organization?

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

How do you know if your organization is ready to launch a peer-to-peer campaign? The power of peer giving is hard to ignore.

Strengthen your organization with a sacred story

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

Storytelling champion Andy Goodman reminds us that stories can also work within our organizations to inspire and build stronger teams. Simply put, these are the stories that tell the story of how and why your organization was founded. Creation stories. Who started it? ” Value stories. Striving to improve stories.

Your Organization’s Story: In Five Minutes

Mission Minded

With your One Minute Message and your Two Minute Messages developed, you’re well prepared to give an arresting introduction and explain why your organization is needed. Now it’s time to paint a picture of the impact of your work. Used effectively, these messages give you a greater chance at keeping your listener interested.

Work Your Small (Case Study: Meals on Wheels)

Getting Attention

Here’s my top takeaway from my first three months on the job at Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland: Smaller, more nimble nonprofits like ours typically know their audiences better—so are far more connected with them—than large, complex organizations ever can be. . Together they make our organization strong and our impact significant!

7 Year-End Fundraising Practices That Work All Year

Fundraising Coach

A favorite year-end tactic, storytelling brings your nonprofit’s work to life. Numbers can quantify your nonprofit’s work in objective ways.

How to Raise Money With Facebook – One Organization’s Success Story

J Campbell Social Marketing

Baldrick’s Foundation contacted me to highlight some of the great strides the organization has taken in the area of social media fundraising.

Put Shakespeare’s Storytelling Skills to Work for Your Nonprofit

Getting Attention

In the nonprofit world, being memorable is critical to an organization’s visibility and long-term viability. Guest blogger Kim St.

How does an appeal letter edit work?

Wild Woman Fundraising

She also began to hire people to do things around her house and was being over charged for the work they did. We work with landlords, utility companies and other creditors to arrange payment plans. <our nonprofit> refers these clients to the agencies and organizations that can provide the appropriate help. Address.

Making It Work – Nonprofits and Pro Bono Creative

Getting Attention

Small to mid-sized nonprofit organizations are notoriously (but often unfairly) characterized as unsophisticated when it comes to marketing prowess.

Announcing the Fundraising Career Conference

Wild Woman Fundraising

Did you read the Forward salary survey of Jewish organizations and their CEOs ? And it’s not getting better. That’s 1.4% So guess what?

How to Work With a Social Media Consultant

J Campbell Social Marketing

If you are a nonprofit professional at a small organization, chances are you are resource-constrained. 6) Be ready to do the work.

Working with Bosses and Volunteers

Get Fully Funded

How to Work With Bosses and Volunteers to Raise More Money. I remember working as a Development Director and not liking my boss much.

Your Print Nonprofit Annual Report Can Work Wonders (Case Study via Tom Ahern)

Getting Attention

Welcome to our newest guest blogger, Tom Ahern. Tom is a leading expert on making donor communications more successful. 1916). Therein lies a tale.

7 captivating ways to build trust so your fundraising efforts work better

iMarketSmart

Here are 7 ways to build trust so your fundraising efforts work better: 1. Be “real”, transparent, open and honest about your organization’s efforts (both the successes and failures). Communicate the impact your organization achieves but don’t use big stats (instead, tell stories about real people).

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Why traditional newsletters don’t work anymore

Get Fully Funded

They want to know about the people whose lives are bing changed by the work your organization is doing. Share those human-interest stories that make your donors feel good about their decision to support your organization. You know that saying “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”? You know why? Newsletter

Why traditional newsletters don’t work anymore

Get Fully Funded

They want to know about the people whose lives are bing changed by the work your organization is doing. Share those human-interest stories that make your donors feel good about their decision to support your organization. You know that saying “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”? You know why? Newsletter

6 Now-or-Never Summer Reboots

Getting Attention

But, I do communications for a youth organization, so it’s a great way to take a deep dive into how kids talk and think and feel.

What Actually Works In Marketing in 5 Sentences

J Campbell Social Marketing

But at the end of the day – What actually works ? If you only want to sell your product, service, or organization, people will notice.

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Making Quirky Communications Work at DC Central Kitchen

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

How program staff are empowered to represent the organization. How often they strive to add content to their website, Facebook, and Twitter.

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Are you a wage slave at your nonprofit? Take this quiz!

Wild Woman Fundraising

Do you have an at-will employment contract or do you work in an at-will state? Are You a Wage Slave? Is there no room for advancement? Hmmmmm.

What Does Your Organization Do? Draw It Out

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Jessica Pullano, who is currently participating in my Mentoring Program , shares how her organization created one to help explain what they do.

6 ways to make your organization value marketing

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

When people tell me their organization doesn’t value marketing, they typically say something like this: “I tell my boss why marketing is important and why he should care about it. What’s interesting about this approach is that it’s basically a sermon on why the organization should value marketing. Make it about the audience.

It Worked Because We Were Ready For It

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Ultimately, this three-step approach worked well. Robin Dixon of the Firelight Foundation. You have to be fast on your feet to newsjack.