How to Do Social Media Spring Cleaning at Your Nonprofit

J Campbell Social Marketing

Spring is in the air – hopefully coming soon to Boston – and it’s time to put a fresh coat of paint on those dusty social media accounts! Here are my tips on doing a spring cleaning for your nonprofit social media accounts, focusing on.

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[PREVIEW] Top Nonprofit Conferences of Spring 2016

EveryAction

Why not celebrate the start of spring with some terrific nonprofit events? some of these brilliant nonprofit events going on this spring. Where: Colorado Springs, CO. Looking for events through spring and beyond?

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Spring Cleaning

The Agitator

Need some ideas for ‘Spring cleaning’ in your fundraising operation? Probably best to look at those things you’ve buried in the deepest closet of your mind, hoping they somehow would just fade from memory … until next Spring. At the risk of jolting you from sunny slumber, here are some possible Spring cleaning chores to consider … Lists — clean ’em, scrub ’em, screen ’em, integrate ’em.

Make Spring Relationship Building Season

Ann Green

Some organizations do fundraising appeals or hold events in the spring. Either way, you should make spring relationship building season. Put relationship building front and center this spring. Find ways to build relationships in your spring fundraising campaign.

Time For Some Spring Cleaning

Ann Green

But they’re important, and you’ll benefit a lot if you take care of them, Here are a few spring cleaning projects you should tackle. Take time this spring to make the updates and changes you need.

How to Increase Attendance & Fundraising Results for Your Spring Fundraiser

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Thinking of hosting a spring gala, auction or golf tournament? Events can be a great way to reach supporters and raise money. . Before you start planning your event, you need to ask yourself a few questions. . 1. What are you trying to accomplish? As much fun as events can be, you want to have a clear idea of what the end result should be. 2. Who are you trying to reach? Is this for existing supporters or are you trying to reach new ones? Maybe your event is for clients.

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#ENVIRO: Spring Is The Time To Build Rain Barrels & Community Gardens

Non Profit Marketing 360

The weather in the mid-Atlantic states has been, well, awkward this spring. But with spring comes new buds, rebirth, baseball, and the opportunity to establish that community garden that you and your neighbors have been talking about all winter.

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Eden Springs Promotion – You Judge

The Agitator

Eden Springs supplies 416 million litres of water per year across sixteen European countries. In briefest terms, as an example, if you’re collecting friends to sponsor ($$) your run for, say, UNICEF, you can ‘apply’ to Eden Springs and they might provide your ‘hydration’ for the event in exchange for you publishing their ‘badge’ on your website or fundraising page. It works for Eden Springs.

Spring Ahead, Fundraising Look Back

Marketing for Nonprofits

We actually had a taste of spring last Friday when the temperature in DC rose to 73 degrees! Did you fall flat or spring ahead? I can't believe it's almost March.

Nonprofit Spring Cleaning Part Two – Out With the Old, In With the New

Ann Green

Spring is slowly inching its way into the Boston area. I hope it feels more like spring where you are. Many of you may take on spring cleaning projects in your home. Your nonprofit organization could probably use a good spring cleaning too. Time for Spring Cleanup!

Charity Gala Gallery - 2011 Spring Auction Decor Ideas & Inspiration

The Biddery Blog

Spring pink charity fundraising decor. Fire & Ice Gala Peach blossoms bloom indoors at this charity auction, creating a spring Japanese playground of pink. Falling lit bulbs bring a whimsical aura to an otherwise ordinary ballroom. Decor by Philip Baloun Like an icicle palace, the dramatic ceiling fixtures and ice blue frosting s imple white tables and chairs. Butterflies flutter above the room, as a cascade of flowers frame the stage.

PDF 2011: The Arab Spring Examined

A. Fine Blog

This year’s Personal Democracy Forum was focused, as you would expect, on the Arab Spring. There are a series of blog posts about the conference on the techpresident blog.

Spring Forward Fundraising Ideas for April

Fundraising Breakthroughs

Spring cleaning for files. It's National Poetry Month. Jazz Appreciation Month, too. Reward best ideas that failed and foolish ideas that worked. Time to start on budgeting. Make up with finance and program staff. Get some fresh air

#SOCIALNETWORKS: Twitter Continues To Expand Through Mobile Devices

Non Profit Marketing 360

Note the ‘Arab Spring’ as a ‘Twitter Revolution.’

That Little Church in Silver Spring. I Wouldn't Have Missed it for the World.

Marketing for Nonprofits

I've been writing about my church lately. It's an important place to me. It's where I got married to the love of my life. It's where my daughter was baptized. It's where people cared for me as I wept over the end of my first marriage.

Grants for K - 12 Field Trips in Spring 2008

Seeking Grant Money Today

Target Corporation Expands Student Field Trip Grant Program Deadline: November 1, 2007 A philanthropic program of Target Corporation ( [link] ), the Target Field Trip Grant program will award grants to schools across the United States for field trips in the spring of 2008. From The Foundation Center.

Cause Marketing with Your CEO

Cause Related Marketing

Tags: Wendy's Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption Tim Spring Sprint FSI Marcal Manufacturing Dave Thomas Private Equity

Cause Marketing: The All Packaging Edition

Cause Related Marketing

Coca-Cola’s down-market bottled water brand Aquarius Spring supports Boys and Girls Clubs of America, as evidenced by the terse phrase, “You Hydrate. Komen for the Cure Consumer Package Goods Aquarius Spring Dannon St.

What to Do When Someone Messes With Your Appeal letter

Wild Woman Fundraising

Appeals Board Conflict Cultivating donors Generational clash Leadership appeal letter austin best appeal letter charityhowto checked out board clueless board direct marketing iq fonts grand controls mazarine treyz nonprofit appeal nonprofit direct mail spring 2012 appeal tactics texas tons of money in the mail tons of money in the mail webinar trusted fonts webinarHave you ever tried to write your appeal letter by committee?

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Israel: Final Reflections

A. Fine Blog

Uncategorized Arab Spring Israel US Embassy in Tel AvivMy last day in Israel last Friday started with a session at the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv to discuss their use of social media. It was a great session.

Putting a Face on #Occupy Wall Street

A. Fine Blog

All of these factors makes the OWS effort much closer to the Tea Party than the Arab Spring. Uncategorized Arab Spring Jeff Jarvis micah sifry Occupy Wall Street social movements Wael GhonimOver the past week a number of folks have asked me what I think of the Occupy movement.

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Nonprofit Writing Prompts for March

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Time to spring forward! 3/20: First Day of Spring. Spring. Major League Baseball teams are in Spring Training. Haven’t quite filled in your content calendar for next month?

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Celebrate with Kivi by Saving $200

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Here are a few of the webinars we have coming up this spring and summer: Writing a Direct Mail Appeal Letter In-House, Parts 1 and 2 with Tom Ahern. From Summer to Spring: Digital Engagement Ideas To Engage Your Audience Year Round with Kerri Karvetski.

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Charity: Water versus Water.org and the Tide of Social Media Storytelling (#npcomm Showdown)

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Now the nonprofit has turned it into a video to promote membership into The Spring. What is The Spring? Join The Spring. ”. On Facebook it looks like this: ‘In just three days, we’ve seen The Spring community skyrocket to 3,886 members!

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Sandy Rees shares 7 Fantastic Fundraising Ideas to Spring Into Summer. Good whatever-time-of-day-it-is-where-you-are! Come and see what I have picked out for you this week for Mixed Links… Feeling overwhelmed? Read How to Tell Your Boss You Have Too Much Work.

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“There is obviously hope for us all …”

The Agitator

Not only is it evidence of Adrian’s point that there’s hope for us all, it’s equally a reminder of the danger that springs from believing the safest course of action lies in sticking with the status quo. That’s the message of my favorite Tweet this week.

The New Bother About Penning Essays

SocialButterfly

Almost every early spring, applicants and school teachers turned into burned out and merely perform the very least number of hard work expected to get through the near among the faculty calendar year.

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Julia Claire Campbell walks you though How to Do Social Media Spring Cleaning at Your Nonprofit. Venkman’s. Atlanta, GA. Good Friday to you all! Won’t you join me for the best articles, posts, tips, and more from around the world of marketing and fundraising?

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Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

And it’s time for some Nonprofit Spring Cleaning: Getting Rid of Unwanted Clutter. Meril’s. New Orleans, LA. The weekend is getting closer! Time to wind down with the best articles, posts, tips, and more from around the world of marketing and fundraising.

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Gamification: Silly fad or important trend for marketers?

Public Sector Marketing 2.0

Last spring, I decided to do some additional research on the topic and create a visual presentation derived from various materials available publicly on the web (both academic and commercial). Almost two years ago now I wrote a blog post entitled “ Gamification can change behaviour.

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Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Apr 27: From Summer to Spring: Digital Engagement Ideas To Engage Your Audience Year Round with Kerri Karvetski (Registration is $50 or free with an All-Access Pass ). Everyone ready to end this week with some Mixed Links?

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Yakkity Yak - Let the Pictures Do the Talking

Social Media Bird Brain

Talking Hands Tattoos from A+R Store via Peaceology Spring E-newsletters and hard copy newsletters are in the making and I'd just like to take this opportunity to remind you that "less is more." That is, less typing and more pictures and maybe bigger fonts. One of the chief drawbacks I see in newsletters and bulletins, is a tendency to be wordy. You definitely want to communicate what your. small nonprofits social media

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Do You Need an Appeal Letter Refresher Course?

Ann Green

Some organizations do their main fundraising drive in the spring, especially if their fiscal year ends on June 30. Whether you’re planning a spring campaign or one later in the year, here are a few things to keep in mind.

You’re Lucky To Have Your Donors

Ann Green

If you don’t want to use St.Patrick’s Day as a theme, spring is just around the corner. Spring is a time for new beginnings. Do your donors know how lucky you feel to have them support your organization?

Appeal Letter Do’s and Don’ts

Ann Green

It’s spring appeal time and all of a sudden my mailbox is filled with requests for donations. Whether you’re planning a spring appeal or one later in the year, here are a few lessons, courtesy of this week’s mail.

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Apr 27: From Summer to Spring: Creative Ideas for Online Engagement Year Round with Kerri Karvetski (Registration is $50 or free with an All-Access Pass ). Happy Friday, everyone!

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Time to Integrate and Optimize Your E-Newsletters and Social Media

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

How do you regularly update your community? Email and social, right? But if your email and social media strategies aren’t in sync, you are missing out on important connections! It’s time to integrate your strategies and bring it all together.

Making the Most of Your Engagement with Mission Minded

Mission Minded

From the spring of 2013, when we began our branding engagement, through June of 2014, when we launched our new web site, a group of us at Children’s Council of San Francisco got to know our colleagues at Mission Minded quite well. And Children’s Council derived a number of benefits from that work. We have […].

Getting Attention During the Lazy, Hazy Days of Summer

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

And she is sharing those ideas, as well as examples and proven tactics, during a BRAND NEW webinar THIS THURSDAY: From Summer to Spring: Creative Ideas for. It’s almost May which means temperatures will be heating up, schools will be getting out, and your online engagement will plummet.

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Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Enjoy your weekend and don’t forget to “Spring Forward.” I hope everyone had a good week.

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