Here are some of my most popular posts for getting started in nonprofit communications. All of these posts are geared towards small-medium nonprofits who have one person (or less) dedicated to communications.
Read these two posts to find out the steps to creating a simple, yet effective, communications plan that aligns with your nonprofit’s goals.
These posts outline how to develop an elevator pitch for your nonprofit and then how to train your staff and board how to use it.
This guides you through some simple ways to set up ongoing measurements to make sure your nonprofit communications are on the right track. Nothing here is rocket science, but it should give you some ideas for simple additions to your current plan.
When GuideStar launched its new profiles in 2016, it opened up many opportunities for nonprofits to tell their story and persuade donors. Read this post to find out how to spend a few short hours to make a big impact in how to profile appears to potential donors.
If you are redesigning your website, this is a great place to get the process started. It will help focus you and your staff in order to get the best content in place to help you achieve your nonprofit’s goals.
Have other ideas for posts you’d like to see here? Send me an e-mail and I’ll see if I can put a post together that helps you, and others, solve the problem!