Roundup for December 2011

December 23, 2011 at 9:16 am Leave a comment

Social Media, Websites, and Communications

The Scoop on Twitter’s New Brand Pages (frogloop)

Getting Insight from Facebook Insight Requires Sense Making Skills (Beth’s Blog)

The Nonprofit Holiday: Making the Most of a Generous Season (The PR Toolkit for Nonprofits)

15 Steps to an Awesome Website Launch (frogloop)

Email Newsletter from Small Nonprofit Says ‘Open Me’ ( Nonprofit Charitable Orgs)

Poll: What’s Hard about Nonprofit Content Marketing? (Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog)


’Tis always the season for raising money (Big Duck)

Chimp Haven Made Us Cry (And I Liked It) (DonationPay Blog)

Keep it Simple (Connection Cafe)

EOY Fundraising Mad Libs (Connection Cafe)

Maximize end-of-year online giving for nonprofit fundraising (Get Fully Funded Blog)

7 Simple Steps to Fundraising (Get Fully Funded Blog)

Create and use a Next-Level Thank-You letter (Get Fully Funded Blog)

Year-end donation processing (Robert L. Weiner: Nonprofit Fundraising Technology Consulting)

End of Year

Ten Accomplishments for Pets in 2011 (Wayne Pacelle: A Humane Nation)

What a crowd! (Conservation Northwest)

A look at the year that was (Fairfood International)

Good, Bad and Truly Awful: Top Environmental Stories of 2011 Archives (Enviroblog)

Best of 2011 – Client Success Stories (Connection Cafe)


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