Celebrating an anniversary can be a daunting opportunity. There are events to plan, themes to develop, and strategies to discuss. One of my favorite articles about anniversaries is by the Rockefeller Foundation’s CEO, Judith Rodin, “Anniversaries are Not to Be Wasted.” In the article, she describes the opportunity of an anniversary, whether it’s 20 or 100… Continue reading Visual Strategies for Celebrating a Nonprofit Anniversary
A new year can be full of possibilities—especially when nonprofit communicators and fundraisers spend the end of the year frantically writing e-mails, stuffing envelopes, and hosting events. So once you’ve taken some time to decompress and get back to some degree of normalcy, it’s time to look to the next year, and having to do… Continue reading 5 New Year’s Resolutions for Nonprofit Communicators
How do Google Adwords work? Google Adwords is a way for businesses to pay for advertising above “earned” or organic results. Which means that people can pay money to bid in order to rank above organic results based on visits/search keywords/etc. Google Grants is a program that gives free advertising dollars to nonprofits to use… Continue reading Top 5 Questions (and Answers) about Google Grants and Google Adwords for Nonprofits
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I recently signed up for Copyblogger's daily newsletter. I really dig their aesthetic and voice, and so I figured why not get one more daily e-mail for me to shlog through. It will at least be nice to look at. Today's article was 8 (Easily Avoidable) Ways to Lose Your Prospect's Trust. They were great tips. For… Continue reading What No One Seems to Know About Communications