Roundup for July 2013

July 31, 2013 at 5:47 pm Leave a comment

4 Reasons Why You Should Be Blogging (Wild Apricot Blog)

15 Fun Things To Make Your Nonprofit’s Home Page Stand Out (Branded Out Loud)

Donation Pages We Love (DonationPay Blog)

12 ways to make your multichannel campaign stand out (Duck Call)

How to Ace Your Holiday-Themed Content ( Nonprofit Charitable Orgs)

Online Giving Grows as Charities Polish Their Methods ( Nonprofit Charitable Orgs)

What’s your Universal Fundraising Truth? (The Collins Group Blog)

Summer Social Media Prep for Fall Engagement (Community Organizer 2.0)

Social Media Tips That May Not Be So Obvious (frogloop)

Summer Project Time – Clean Up and Organize Your Mailing Lists (Ann Green’s Nonprofit Blog)

Will your Facebook friends train you to tell great stories? (The Butterfly Effect)

Creating The Perfect Welcome Email for Your Nonprofit (Branded Out Loud)

How to Effectively Use an Email Welcome Series to Boost New Donor Acquisition (npENGAGE)

Nonprofit Web Design Process Part 2a: Analytics Data as User Research (npENGAGE)

3 Custom Content Tips from The Guardian’s Royal News Filter (npENGAGE)

Should You Sync Your Facebook and Twitter Updates? (Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog)

Instead of Help, Support, Resources and Services (Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog)

21 Stupid Things You Can Stop Doing (Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog)

People REALLY Don’t Read Your Articles. Or Do They? (Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog)

96 Ways and Counting to Recognize Your Volunteers (Engaging Volunteers)


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