Roundup 2 for February 2013

February 26, 2013 at 3:26 pm Leave a comment

How To Easily Repurpose Your Content for Social Channels (Beth’s Blog)

Are you as “social” as other nonprofits? (Katya’s Non-Profit Marketing Blog)

Your Online Newsroom: Engaging in a Digital Age (The PR Toolkit for Nonprofits)

You’re the Best—Sharing 11 Sources I Love In Thanks (Getting Attention)

Format Your Content for Easy Sharing— Just 4 Doable Steps (Getting Attention)

Fundraising Tactics: Puppies Edition (DonationPay)

Strategies to Increase Nonprofit Donor Retention Rates (frogloop)

Financing Not Fundraising: Create Donor Personas (Social Velocity)

5 Approaches to Keep Your Donors Engaged (Duck Call)

Five Resources to Help You With Donor Engagement (“With”isms from Lori)

10 Ways To Identify If Your Web Content Sucks (frogloop)

5 Ways to Make Pinterest Work for Your Nonprofit (Engaging Volunteers)

How To Use Social Media To Raise Brand Awareness and Drive Donations (npENGAGE)

6 Enewsletter Ideas to Help Retain Donors (npENGAGE)

4 Steps To Know Your Audience (Sea Change Strategies)

Piggyback On What’s Top Of Mind— 9 Valentine’s Victories (Getting Attention)

Slideshare and Pinterest for Nonprofits (Amy Sample Ward’s Version of NPTech)

Three Ways Nonprofits Can Rein in Social Data (TechSoup Blog)

Pro Tip: More Visuals in Newsletters Can Increase Click Rates by 60 Percent (TechSoup Blog)

Creating a Killer Facebook Presence (TechSoup Blog)

Your Team’s Success Begins with Good Goal Setting (npENGAGE)


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