4 Ways to Save Your Sanity: Review & Approval 2.0

Getting Attention

There is a better way—be as strategic in your review and approval process, as you are with your marketing and fundraising work. Here are four of our success factors: 1) Call It a REVIEW Process. We asked for help instead of permission, calling it a “Review” process.

Best Way to Get Timely Input: Review & Approval 2.0

Getting Attention

Despite the impossibility of scheduling review meetings that everyone could attend, Jen knew she had to find a way to get that multi-perspective input from colleagues on the branding team. They worked for Advocates, and they’re likely to work for some of your review challenges. Don’t miss: 4 Ways to Save Your Sanity: Review & Approval 2.0. You guys are so smart!

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Book Review: The Non-Nonprofit

Wild Woman Fundraising

Book Review: The Non-Nonprofit originally appeared on Wild Woman Fundraising on June 15, 2012. Uncategorized book review cookie! pokey the penguin! Today’s blog post is all about the NON-NONPROFIT. The Non-Nonprofit is written by Steve Rothschild, a titan of industry.

Call for Submissions: Healthcare Social Media Review #21

SocialButterfly

16, SocialButterfly will host the HealthCare Social Media Review , the peer reviewed blog carnival for everyone interested in health care social media. Format your submission email as follows: Email Subject Line: HealthCare SocialMedia Review.

Healthcare Social Media Review #41: Tapping into Visual Storytelling

SocialButterfly

This edition of the Healthcare Social Media (HCSM) Review explores visual storytelling. How can visual media bring healthcare social media to life?

Book Review: “The Facebook Marketing Book”

Cause Related Marketing

That’s why I was so glad when the friendly folks at O’Reilly , the tech publishers (et al), sent me a review copy of The Facebook Marketing Book , by Dan Zarrella and Allison Zarrella. I joined LinkedIn way back in 2005. I started this blog in October 2006.

Call for Submissions: Health Care Social Media Review #14

SocialButterfly

17, SocialButterfly will host the HealthCare Social Media Review —the peer reviewed blog carnival for everyone interested in health care social media. Format your submission email as follows: Email Subject Line: HealthCare SocialMedia Review.

Book Reviews: With Charity for All VS. Charity Case

Wild Woman Fundraising

Book Reviews: With Charity for All VS. Charity Case originally appeared on Wild Woman Fundraising on February 12, 2013.

Health Care Social Media Review #30: The Research Edition

SocialButterfly

This edition of the Health Care Social Media Review (HCSM) provides the latest research your fellow colleagues are studying by highlighting social media research and related resources. CDC’s Health Communication Digest : Looking for the latest peer-reviewed literature?

Call for Submissions: Health Care Social Media Review #41

SocialButterfly

20, SocialButterfly will again host the Health Care Social Media Review , the peer reviewed blog carnival focused on health care social media, curating the latest research and resources shared by our fellow colleagues.

Health Care Social Media Review #14: Health Literacy Gems and Treasures

SocialButterfly

This edition of the HCSM Review celebrates October’s Health Literacy Month by exploring how this issue impacts online health information and the use of health care social media. photo by Robin M. Ashford. We are all patients.

Book Review of "Cause Marketing for Dummies" by Waters and MacDonald

Cause Related Marketing

In the December 1991 issue of Life magazine insurer Fireman’s Fund ran the image ad at the left that describes the insurer’s role in the restoration of Ellis Island. Read the body copy and conspicuous by its absence is any mention of Fireman’s Fund actually supporting the restoration financially.

Your Boss Self and Your Worker Self [Book Review]

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

” The book describes a detailed process for doing that called CORD: (C) Capture and collect, (O) Organize, (R) Review, and (D) Do. Review — Boss Mode. I get into strategic planning and productivity mode twice a year: once in December/January and again in June/July.

Fundraising Year In Review

The Agitator

This is the first of two posts on the year now ending. Today, a summary of giving for 2011 and some trends in direct mail. Tomorrow, the 2011 Pulse of Agitator readers. As we head for 2011’s fundraising finish line The Atlas of Giving on Friday reported that overall giving this year will finish 7.4% ahead of last year.

How to measure ROI of social media? Book Review: Measuring The Networked Nonprofit

Wild Woman Fundraising

People who post ratings or reviews of your nonprofit. Book Review: Measuring The Networked Nonprofit originally appeared on Wild Woman Fundraising on December 4, 2012. All of the approved ways to read this book: ???? Flipping : Osmosis: Showing the funny parts: Smirking.

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2010 Fundraising Review

The Agitator

According to one of the more comprehensive reviews of 2010 fundraising — the 2010 Year-End Survey of the Nonprofit Research Collaborative* (NRC) — a majority of charities surveyed saw their fundraising revenue remain stable or increase last year.

RESOURCE REVIEW: “A Progressive’s Style Guide” Helps Unlock Power of Language to Shape and Change the World

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

I am a nonprofit copy writer. I believe that words can move people to act, and inspire people to change the world for the better. So when I heard about “A Progressive’s Style Guide” (pdf), I both flinched, and lurched to download it.

Health Care Social Media Review #21: Social Media Taps Digital Health

SocialButterfly

This edition of the Health Care Social Media (HCSM) Review explores recent discussions and research on how social media collides with health promotion, prevention and wellness efforts.

Fundraiser’s Guide to Irresistible Communications – Book Review

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Copywriting Fundraising Nonprofit Communications Reviews We''ve Moved! Update your Reader Now. This feed has moved to: [link] Update your reader now with this changed subscription address to get your latest updates from us. We''ve Moved! Update your Reader Now. This feed has moved to: [link] Update your reader now with this changed subscription address to get your latest updates from us.

Benefiting From Your ‘User Reviews’

The Agitator

BTW, it has 113 five star reader reviews.] We’ve all heard about the influence of ‘word of mouth’ on consumer purchasing these days. Commercial marketers regularly place word of mouth above advertising, PR and other marketing as the most trusted — and consequently most significant — influence on consumer behavior. There are books on the subject.

Book Review: Fired up Fundraising by Gail Perry

Wild Woman Fundraising

This book was a lot of fun to read. And yet, when I went to speak at a recent conference and I asked who had read it, only ONE PERSON there raised his hand, and he was the chair of the board of the entire national organization. Add this book to your toolkit!

Book Review: The Future of Nonprofits

Selfish Giving

But it shouldn’t be confused with unnovation , a term the authors borrow from Harvard Business Review blogger Umair Haque , to describe innovations that don’t really contribute to the bottom line. All great advice books have a certain agelessness.

Call for Submissions: Health Care Social Media Review #30

SocialButterfly

On Wednesday, June 5, SocialButterfly will again host the Health Care Social Media Review , the peer reviewed blog carnival focused on health care social media, curating some of the latest research and resources shared by our fellow colleagues.

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Guidelines for the Review of Social Marketing Papers

Social Marketing and Social Change

This list of questions I ask when reading their assignments also applies to how I read manuscript submissions to journals, review published papers, consider proposals for social marketing projects and funding, and yes, conduct social marketing consultations.

Making Video on a Shoestring: Videolean - a Review

Social Media Bird Brain

is Video (Photo credit: Wikipedia) We''ve been talking about video and infographics lately, so I was interested when I came across the blurb for Videolean on MakeUseOf.com. It''s not really video so much as it is slides that are surrounded by video. For example, video of someone swiping across or up and down an iPad on which your text and graphics are shown. Ease of Use It was fairly. Image Small nonprofit social media marketing video Videolean

GoRaise Mobile Review

JCA Insights

I recently had the opportunity to preview Electric Plum’s GoRaise Mobile application. Electric Plum was founded in 2011 by Shaun Sullivan, the former CTO of Blackbaud. GoRaise Mobile provides a simple, intuitive mobile interface for The Raiser’s Edge® (RE).

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Digital Social Networks and Health: Reviewing the Research and Evidence

Social Marketing and Social Change

A review of the research and evidence for the use of social network sites (SNS) to improve cardiovascular health, “Digital social networks and health," was published in the 30 April 2013 issue of Circulation , a journal of the American Heart Association. behaviors is also reviewed.

International Social Marketing Association: 2011 Review

Social Marketing and Social Change

Regular readers have shared the history of developing a global network of social marketers. In 2011, the International Social Marketing Association (iSMA) has been developing the promise to be the catalyst for a global infrastructure to serve social marketing practice, education, research and management. The hard work of developing the legal and operational framework for the iSMA has been done by a small group who have volunteered their time and expertise to serve as founding board members.

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Social Marketing and Social Change: A Review

Social Marketing and Social Change

If you haven''t seen or read much about the book , perhaps the opening and closing paragraphs of the review will move you towards clicking on the book link and learning more about it. You can read the entire review by clicking on the link below.

BRIEF: Make a Bigger Impact by Saying Less [Book Review]

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Content Marketing Copywriting Ideas for Nonprofit Writers Nonprofit Communications Nonprofit Marketing Strategy Nonprofit Personality Reviews Nonprofits do some pretty complex work.

Book Review: Campaign Craft

Wild Woman Fundraising

book review campaign craft Daniel Shea fundraising book review how to raise money for political office Michael Burton political fundraisingI’ve been learning more about political fundraising lately, to help a friend of mine run for office.

Book Review: Pam Slim’s Body of Work

Wild Woman Fundraising

What do you think? I have read a LOT of career guidebooks. Heck. I’ve even written one myself ! The trouble with books like “How to be, do, or have anything you want” or “What color is your parachute” is that they make certain assumptions about you.

What an annual report review looks like

Wild Woman Fundraising

Here’s an annual report review I did recently for a student in my annual report class. Here’s what I generally do with my annual report reviews. “Spring Season in Review” is not a very inspiring title. Are you working on your annual report right now?

Book Review: Measuring the Networked Nonprofit

Selfish Giving

Beth Kanter’s first book, The Networked Nonprofit , taught us how to use social media tools. Her latest book, Measuring the Networked Nonprofit , which is co-authored by Katie Delahaye Paine , teaches us how to measure what we’ve done.

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Year-End Fundraising in Review: Innovations with website donation pages

DonorDigital

Every December I review nonprofit donation pages to see who’s innovating and what techniques marketers feel strongly enough to put into practice at year-end, when so many dollars are on the line.

Finding Two Awesome Hours a Day

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Josh Davis has reviewed all the neuroscience and psychology research and come up with what he says are the 5 key strategies. CALM Nonprofit Communications Productivity Read with Me Reviews

21 Stupid Things Nonprofit Marketers Should Stop Doing [Slideshow]

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Nonprofit Communications Nonprofit Marketing Strategy nptech Online Marketing Professional Development Reviews Trends We''ve Moved! Update your Reader Now. This feed has moved to: [link] Update your reader now with this changed subscription address to get your latest updates from us.

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Who Belongs in the Nonprofit Smackdown?

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

ReviewsOK, I don’t really know what I am calling this thing. Smackdown. Match-Up. Head-to-Head. Compare & Contrast. Side-by-Side. Something along those lines.

3 Ways To Tell Your Story: Review of The Nonprofit Marketing Guide, by Kivi Leroux Miller

Wild Woman Fundraising

3 Ways To Tell Your Story: Review of The Nonprofit Marketing Guide, by Kivi Leroux Miller originally appeared on Wild Woman Fundraising on December 14, 2012. The Nonprofit Marketing Guide is an excellent book by Kivi Leroux Miller , and I am sorry it took me this long to read it.

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4 Ways to Save Your Sanity: Review & Approval 2.0

Getting Attention

There is a better way—be as strategic in your review and approval process, as you are with your marketing and fundraising work. Here are four of our success factors: 1) Call It a REVIEW Process. We asked for help instead of permission, calling it a “Review” process.