April, 2021

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators – April 9, 2021

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Last week I accidentally published Mixed Links with a 2022 date and just now I typed 2020 for the date. Needless to say, TGIF! Let’s finish up the week with the most helpful articles, posts, tips, and more from around the world of nonprofit marketing and fundraising.

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5 Quick Ways to Improve Your Nonprofit Email Newsletter

J Campbell Social Marketing

Social media reach and engagement continues on a downward spiral, and it’s so important that nonprofits don’t rely on social media to reach their audience. . Bring on the email newsletter! Email is not dead, and it’s not going anywhere.

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How to Make Your Nonprofit Messages Stand Out

Ann Green

The average attention span for humans is a mere eight seconds. Goldfish have longer attention spans, but they lead much simpler lives and aren’t inundated with information the way we are. Goldfish pay more attention than humans (but goldfish can’t make gifts).

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10 Mistakes to Avoid with Your Next Fundraising Video

Mission Minded

If you’re considering a video for your fundraising campaign, avoid these 10 mistakes to ensure your video leads to fundraising success. The post 10 Mistakes to Avoid with Your Next Fundraising Video appeared first on Mission Minded. Blog Digital Nonprofit Communications Nonprofit Fundraising Videos

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Newsletter: How to Promote an In-Store Cause Marketing Program ; Luggage Company Makes the Case for Giving ; Keeping Partnership Sales Going During the Slow Summer Months

Selfish Giving

??Reminder: Tomorrow, Thursday, April 8th at 1pm EDT , TikTok Best Practices for Nonprofits with Partnership Programs. REGISTER. ????Last Last month, Brittany Hill from Accelerist delivered an outstanding Cause Docs "clinic" on how to prospect for corporate partnerships.

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators – April 2, 2022

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Auburn, AL. Welcome to April! Let’s celebrate new beginnings and check out the most helpful articles, posts, tips, and more from around the world of nonprofit marketing and fundraising. This week we have newsjacking tips, how to run effective ads on social media, headline formulas and more.

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Relevant Messaging Ideas: Be Refreshing

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

This is it! We have made to the last R of the 6 Rs of Relevant Messaging : refreshing. Let’s review the first five: Rewarding. The benefits of following through on the call to action in the message are clear. Realistic.

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Marketing Tips for Small Volunteer-Led Nonprofits

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

I recently chatted with Anthony Wilson, the founder and host of the Groupfinity Podcast. Anthony interviews nonprofit leaders primarily from small volunteer-led organizations and others like me who have advice for them.

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Hobbies of Nonprofit Communicators – Podcasts

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Today, let’s take a look at podcasts nonprofit communicators got into during the last year. Other pandemic hobbies we’ve looked at: Pets. Music. Arts and Crafts. Exercise. Gardening. From Denise MacDonald: I started working on a podcast using some old family cassette tape letters.

Hobbies of Nonprofit Communicators – Continuing Education

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

We’re wrapping up our look into the new adventures you got into during the past year with a few of you taking on the challenge of continuing your education. Other pandemic hobbies we’ve looked at: Pets. Music. Arts and Crafts. Exercise. Gardening. Podcasts.

How to Stand Out In the Inbox – Email Marketing Mastery for Nonprofits

J Campbell Social Marketing

Brand new live training: How to Stand Out In the Inbox – Email Marketing Mastery for Nonprofits. How to get your emails delivered, opened, and read -and how to build a community anxious to hear from you! Enroll in Course for $47.

How You Can Create a More Engaging Nonprofit Newsletter

Ann Green

In theory, a newsletter can be a great way to engage with your donors. In reality, that often doesn’t happen because most donor newsletters can be used as a cure for insomnia. They’re too long and filled with boring articles that brag about how wonderful the organization is.