Hoover Steamvac Spinscrub Review

SocialButterfly

To learn more see our entire post review on the site in: [link]. Inspection and Demonstration of This Hoover SteamVac Carpet Cleaner With Clean Surge from VacuumWizard.com. We analyzed some old spots and heavy traffic locations. The stains came out well [link]. Just be certain that you run this SteamVac gradually to allow it to do the job. We also dumped spilled and ginger milk on the carpeting.

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Review Experts

A Small Change

Would you be willing to help me pilot a new idea? Would you be willing to respond to the messaging of this proposal? What does and does not resonate with you? People love to give their input. And, if I may be so daring to say, nonprofits often do not ask for input. Over the last few weeks I’ve started a new strategy in creating new relationships.

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Book review - 10 Simple Fundraising Lessons

Fundraising Coach

Disclosure note: I did receive a complimentary copy of the book but I receive no compensation - nor even a request - for a review. The post Book review - 10 Simple Fundraising Lessons appeared first on FundraisingCoach.com. Book ReviewOne of the joys of being a speaker and executive coach is that people send me their books. I have such a long reading list, that I usually take a l-o-n-g time reading the ones that are sent to me. I'm glad I didn't wait to read Jim Eskin's. (It

Engagement Fundraising Podcast: The reviews are in!

iMarketSmart

But I’m thrilled to see the reviews for the Engagement Fundraising Podcast have been positive. And don’t forget to leave a review! The post Engagement Fundraising Podcast: The reviews are in! Podcasting is pretty new for me. I’ve never done it before. Hooray!! Advisor-Complex Gifting . By Laura Waller from United States.

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. A recent rebranding project for a large human services client organization reminded me of how challenging the review and approval process can be, especially for larger organizations (this one has 500+ employees throughout the state of Massachusetts). Here are four of our success factors: 1) Call It a REVIEW Process.

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Re-Viewing and a Review

Social Media Bird Brain

review Small nonprofitImage via Alfred Hitchcock Geek One reason I have thought about ending this blog is because I didn't think I had anything in particular to add to the cacophony of advice and insight from people who have made giving advice and insight a profession (and do damn well at it). My own insight has never seemed to me to be particularly. insightful. Maybe it's because I live in my head that I. titles not-for-profits ideas social media advice giving 2.0

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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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Essay Writing Service Review at a Glance

SocialButterfly

The Chronicles of Essay Writing Service Review. The Basics of Essay Writing Service Review. You may browse the review concerning our expert services. The War Against Essay Writing Service Review. Essay Writing Service Review at a Glance. The Chronicles of Essay Writing Service Review. Experts from Pro-Papers are usually prepared to provide you a cheap and expert editorial services.

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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. As a communications professional, it’s your job to simplify that work into language and images that others can understand and be motivated by — in as few words as possible.

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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. A recent rebranding project for a large human services client organization reminded me of how challenging the review and approval process can be, especially for larger organizations (this one has 500+ employees throughout the state of Massachusetts). Here are four of our success factors: 1) Call It a REVIEW Process.

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How to Streamline Your Review Process and Publish Faster

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

But a painful review and approval process can cripple your creative work, no matter how good it is. Creating a standard review and approval process – and having the authority or sheer force of will to hold people to it – can go a long way in avoiding these situations. Here’s a menu of elements that you might want to include in your own review and approval process. Agree on a Limited Number of Review Rounds. You can even tie these decisions to your review rounds.

Major Gift Fundraising for Small Shops {Book Review}

J Campbell Social Marketing

Disclaimer : I did not receive any monetary or other compensation to review this book, but Amy has been nice enough to enter me into a raffle for a chance to win a donation of $350 to my favorite charity. The post Major Gift Fundraising for Small Shops {Book Review} appeared first on J Campbell Social Marketing. Fundraising Nonprofits Amy Eisenstein Book Review Major gift fundraising

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A Review of Term Paper Bibliography

SocialButterfly

Many kinds of review are often little and full ones. To accomplish a wonderful medi cal review literature, the author must recognize a totally expert profile as well as a couple skills of investigation, investigation, and synthesis. The Tried and True Method for Term Paper Bibliography in Step by Step Detail. Whilst writing is about independence of expression, individuals should attempt to eliminate controversial and stunning subjects.

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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. Description or brief excerpt: Learn more about HCSM Review by visiting HealthWorks Collective or follow @ healthworkscollectiv on Twitter. How can we use social media to better address health and digital literacy?

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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. Description or brief excerpt: Learn more about the HCSM Review by visiting HealthWorks Collective or follow @ healthworkscollectiv on Twitter. How can social media support prevention and wellness?

A Review of EasyFundraising.org.uk

Fundraiser Ideas

For our sponsored review policy, please see the end of this post. A close review of Easy Fundraising suggests that it is a great tool for unique and fairly passive online fundraising. Note: EasyFundraising.org.uk is a Fundraiser-Ideas.net sponsor. Could anything be better than getting paid to shop? Yes, if the payment for each purchase supported a worthy cause.

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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. Format your submission email as follows: Email Subject Line: HealthCare SocialMedia Review. Public Health Social Technology Healthcare Social Media Review social media research

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My New Engagement Fundraising Podcast: The reviews are in!

iMarketSmart

Thankfully, the reviews have been terrific. So I hope you’ll check out the podcast and write a review too! The post My New Engagement Fundraising Podcast: The reviews are in! Whenever I do something new, I get a little nervous. “Will they like it? Will they “get” it? What if the New Jersey boy in me is too crass?”

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? In reviewing digital health solutions, email and/or text reminders over and over are found to be effective in individual pilots and projects.

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Stuck in Endless Review Loops? Talk about the Levels of Editing

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

No doubt, you’ve struggled with some of these situations before: Program staff who are supposed to be reviewing for accuracy instead want to argue with your punctuation choices. You spend more time managing review cycles than actually creating content. Sometimes those review cycles go on for so long that the content is no longer timely and you scrap it entirely (or still send it out, knowing that it’s completely irrelevant). The post Stuck in Endless Review Loops?

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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). Those of you who are familiar with Shaun know his passion for all things mobile, so it’s no surprise that his first consumer product is a mobile interface for the software he shepherded for more than 20 years.

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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.

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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. Format your submission email as follows: Email Subject Line: HealthCare SocialMedia Review. Public Health Social Technology Healthcare Social Media Review social media research

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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? Storytelling alone could have been our sole focus, but the increasing prominence of visual media, especially across social networking sites, couldn’t go unnoticed. Posts span visual communication research, content strategy, and storytelling techniques.

Asking About Asking – A Book Review

Get Fully Funded

I love sharing good resources with you and I’ve got a good one today! My friend and colleague Kent Stroman has written a book called “ Asking About Asking ” and it’s a must-read for those thinking about or already working with major gifts. Kent addresses all the common questions that most folks have about major gifts in an easy-to-follow formula. His premise is that if you ask all the right questions, you can easily get to a “yes.”

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Asking About Asking – A Book Review

Get Fully Funded

I love sharing good resources with you and I’ve got a good one today! My friend and colleague Kent Stroman has written a book called “ Asking About Asking ” and it’s a must-read for those thinking about or already working with major gifts. Kent addresses all the common questions that most folks have about major gifts in an easy-to-follow formula. His premise is that if you ask all the right questions, you can easily get to a “yes.”

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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? In reviewing digital health solutions, email and/or text reminders over and over are found to be effective in individual pilots and projects.

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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. That means I’m reading and thinking a ton about what we do at Nonprofit Marketing Guide and about my own personal productivity.

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Miriam's giving year in review

GenerationYGive

So yes, I am showing some of my Gen Y ADD by promising a post about video blogging and getting distracted by other topics, but I was reviewing my documents today for taxes (yes, I get started early), and it occurred to me that it might be fun to review my "giving" from the past year as a case study of a Gen Yers giving habits. If you would like to share your giving year in review, hit me up!

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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.

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. Ambrose Bierce, the acid-tongued satirist and author of The Devil’s Dictionary once reviewed a book by writing, “ the covers of this book are too far apart.” I joined LinkedIn way back in 2005. I started this blog in October 2006.

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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. The whole idea of measurement and insight has been on my brain for two reasons. First, During Pinktober Megan Strand and I interviewed the author of Pink Ribbons Inc. on CauseTalk Radio.

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. Health Care Social Media Review has information about the next edition’s host and instructions on how to submit your posts for review in future editions.

Book Review: Breakthrough Nonprofit Branding

Selfish Giving

Before I get to my review of Breakthrough Nonprofit Branding (BNB) go now and learn more about the contest the authors are hosting for nonprofits. Now on to the review! The deadline of December 10th is quickly approaching! To help put the book’s teachings into practice, the authors are launching a contest for nonprofits based in North America.

#Book Review:Ten Steps On The Road To ‘Presentation Zen’

Non Profit Marketing 360

You can review the list, but a couple we wanted to call special attention to: First, the presentation begins with paper and pencil, not Powerpoint. This is a repost of an article that originally appeared on the MKCREATIVE blog in May, 2010.

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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. While their subject is defined by their time, they share common themes and ancient wisdom.

Book Review: Guerrilla Market for Nonprofits

Fundraising Coach

Love (Stewardship) Book Review Objections Stories nonprofit marketing I’m surprised by how many nonprofit professionals see “marketing&# as a bad word, a practice that is somehow beneath them. If that’s your attitude, a new book called Guerrilla Marketing for Nonprofits will help you move beyond that and become excellent at communicating your message. This book is packed with useful ideas, detailed strategies, and helpful tips from experienced professionals.

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.

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.

Social Marketing and Social Change: A Review

Social Marketing and Social Change

And this is just the beginning of a careful and thoughtful (and yes, positive) review of Social Marketing and Social Change by Sarah Olson in this month''s issue of Health Promotion Practice , a journal for professionals engaged in the practice of developing, implementing, and evaluating health promotion and disease prevention programs. You can read the entire review by clicking on the link below.

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.

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.

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.