Roundup for April 2014

April 30, 2014 at 11:50 am Leave a comment

Still Blogging? You’re Not Alone (Idealware)

Who’s Segmenting Email, Why, and Why Not [Infographic] (Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog)

If Google were a nonprofit, what would its website look like? And what could your nonprofit learn from its design? (npENGAGE)

Is It Time to Rebrand? (Red Rooster Group)

Spring Cleaning for your Creative (CCAH’s Industry Voices)

The Nine Steps of Planning a Successful Technology Project (TechSoup Blog)

Content Curation: The Art and Science of Spotting Awesome (Beth’s Blog)

6 Steps to Building an Engaged Staff Writing Team (Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog)

A Little Bit of Proofreading Goes a Long Way (Event Fundraising Blog)

Show Your Donors How You Are Making a Difference (Ann Green’s Nonprofit Blog)

What Cap’n Crunch Can Teach You About Fundraising (The Non-Profit Marketing Blog)

How a Food Bank Keeps Volunteers Happy and Coming Back for More (About.com Nonprofit Charitable Orgs)

Millennial Generation: Strategies to Engage and Communicate in the Philanthropic World (eJewish Philanthropy)

Top Three Worklace Giving Insights from America’s Charities 2014 Snapshot (Double the Donation)

On Earth Day: Celebrating projects to study and protect wildlife in the Bay Area (Christine Sculati’s Blog)

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