Roundup for February 2014

February 12, 2014 at 2:54 pm Leave a comment

Blogging, Content, and Website Management

How To Spread Your Org’s Story Through Developing a Purposeful Blogging Strategy (Next Level Nonprofits)

3 Key Attributes to Boost Your Non Profit’s Blogging Abilities (See What’s Out There)

10 Must-Have Elements for Nonprofit Websites (npENGAGE)

Nonprofit Web Design Process Part 3: Content Strategy (npENGAGE)

Nonprofit Web Design Process Part 4a: Sitemaps (npENGAGE)

Keeping Your Website Relevant for Your Participants (Event Fundraising Blog)

Is your nonprofit content URGENT? (The Non-Profit Marketing Blog)

Drowning in Content? Curated Link Roundups Can Help ( Nonprofit Charitable Orgs)

Bring Great Content Home Every Time (Getting Attention)

Fundraising and Donors

Tips and Resources for Evaluating your Fundraising Efforts (Get Fully Funded)

9 Underutilized Emails that Improve Donor Retention (npENGAGE)

Don’t Let Your Donors Pack Up and Leave  (Ann Green’s Nonprofit Blog)

7 Ways to Make 2014 the Year of the Donor (The Non-Profit Marketing Blog)

3 Myths of Email Fundraising (

5 Ways Nonprofit Fundraisers are Like Olympic Athletes (“With”isms from Lori)

6 Mistakes Nonprofits Make in Online Fundraising ( Nonprofit Charitable Orgs)

7 Ways to Integrate Stories into Your Donor Stewardship (npENGAGE)

Other Topics

How Are You Segmenting Your Email List? (Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog)

January 2014 Nonprofit Blog Carnival: Measurement and Learning (Beth’s Blog)

Five Ways to Make Friends on Twitter and Market Yourself or Your Organization (The PR Toolkit for Nonprofits)

10 Insanely Useful Free Twitter Tools for Nonprofits (Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog)

Using Signage to Drive Social Media Traffic (A New Marketing Commentator)


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