Roundup for October 2014

October 31, 2014 at 3:05 pm Leave a comment

Nonprofit Marketing: Beyond Social Media (ASU Lodestar Center Blog)

5 Steps to Discovering Great Stories for Your Organization (Even if You’re a Policy Organization) (Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog)

Social Media Awareness That Works: S’mores in the Outdoors (Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog)

Accessibility: 5 Lessons for a Better Nonprofit Website (npENGAGE)

How Healthy is your Nonprofit Website? (npENGAGE)

Meet the 4 Types of People Who Make Up Your Online Community [Infographic] (J Campbell Social Marketing)

Does Your Website’s Donate Button Do Its Job? (Red Rooster Group)

Study: Nonprofits Score an “F” in Online Fundraising Scorecard (frogloop)

5 Ways to Stay Smart & Engaged (Getting Attention)

Kick-start Your Membership Content Marketing (Wild Apricot)

Six Ways to Maximize Your YouTube Channel for Nonprofits (The PR Toolkit for Nonprofits)

Ask Fans for Help (Thunderhead Works)

11 Great Online Giving Tips for #GivingTuesday and Every Day (The Nonprofit Marketing Blog)

Using Donor Stories For A Successful Giving Tuesday (The Storytelling Non-Profit)

10 Questions to Ask Your Social Media Audience  (A New Marketing Commentator)

Can Digital Kids Click With Nature, Wildlife? (Shaping Youth)

Nonprofit Stories

The Blueprint Is Like Cash in the Bank (Chesapeake Bay Foundation Blog)

Heifer’s History: You Asked, We Answered (Heifer Blog)

Autumn Foliage From a New Perspective (Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden)


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