Roundup for March 2013

March 31, 2013 at 8:53 pm Leave a comment

7 Reasons Why Every Nonprofit Should Create a Blog (Engaging Volunteers)

Building Community On Your Website (Wild Apricot Blog)

Serving Up Satisfying Website Content (Wild Apricot Blog)

When Nonprofits Give out a “Don’t Contact Me” Message (Branded Out Loud)

3 Ways to Use Social Media in Your Next Fundraising Campaign (Amy Sample Ward’s Version of NPTech)

6 Ways to Keep a Donor (Sea Change Strategies)

Social media study: What drives digital support for causes (Katya’s Non-Profit Marketing Blog)

Lean Impact Post: What We Learn From Our Non-Profit Clients (DonationPay)

A Message in A Bottle: The Four Donors  (eJewish Philanthropy)

The quickest, easiest way to new likes  (Duck Call)

Online Marketing Strategy Starts With a Map (npENGAGE)

Two Surprising Ways to Broaden Your Reach Online (npENGAGE)

How to Get 55,000 Followers on Twitter (npENGAGE)

Navigating the Multi-Channel Communication Stream (Ann Green’s Nonprofit Blog)

Time For Some Spring Cleaning (Ann Green’s Nonprofit Blog)

Five Nonprofit Organizations Connecting with Tumblr (Community Organizer 2.0)

What’s a Hook and How to Find It (Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog)

Does Social Media Really Motivate Supporters? New Report (Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog)

Charity: Water Progress Email – Learn from It! (Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog)

Your People Stories: Nonprofit Storytelling #6 (Getting Attention)

Your Future Stories: Nonprofit Storytelling #7 (Getting Attention)

Nonprofit Marketing Trends 2013 (Red Rooster Group)

The Hurricane Sandy Recovery Website (Volunteer Center of Bergen County)

Due diligence before you donate (ASU Lodestar Center Blog)

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