Roundup for March 2014

March 30, 2014 at 9:55 pm Leave a comment

Got a Blog? It Could Be a Perpetual Content Creating Machine for Your Nonprofit (About.com Nonprofit Charitable Orgs)

How Are You Telling Your Stories? (Ann Green’s Nonprofit Blog)

5-Star Storytelling Success Story (Getting Attention)

Curating Content: How to Leverage Stories from Your Community (npENGAGE)

Four Online Fundraising Pitfalls—And How to Avoid Them (ASU Lodestar Center Blog)

How I Would Evaluate Your Email Newsletter (Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog)

How great content can help you raise more money (Non-Profit Marketing Blog)

Kick-Start Yourself with a Communications Grid (Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog)

Map Your Way to Relevant Nonprofit Messages (Getting Attention)

Are you using that all wrong?  (FundraisingCoach.com)

Five Actions to Enable an Efficient Two-Way Communication (npENGAGE)

From the Olympics to the Oscars – Non-profit Newsjacking Gold (Wild Apricot Blog)

Just Released: The Digital Giving Index (The Non-Profit Marketing Blog)

New Study Shows People Don’t Read Articles, they Retweet (frogloop)

Freshen Things Up With Some Spring Cleaning (Ann Green’s Nonprofit Blog)

Mobile Marketing and the Wizard of Oz (Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog)

Winning People Over to Your Cause – Part One: Welcome Change (Engaging Volunteers)

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