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  • 10 Ways to Wake Up Your Nonprofit Brand

    Lori Halley  16 May 2011  6 comments
     
    Guest blogger Howard Levy offers 10 ways your nonprofit can wake up your brand to strengthen your appeal to attract donors and ensure its long-term success.
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  • 5 Options for Low-cost Event Publicity

    Lori Halley  04 May 2011  2 comments
     
    Here are some ideas for low-cost event publicity - as requested in our blog reader survey. By focusing on media relations, event calendars, your website, email and social media, even organizations with limited resources can promote events with little or no cost.
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  • Membership Database Selection Part 3 - Making Your Choice

    Lori Halley  04 April 2011  0 comments
     
    This is the final post in our 3-part Membership Database Selection blog series. Part 1 explained how to identify your specific needs and Part 2 offered an overview of the possible software or system choices. In Part 3 we’re suggesting the steps you can follow to choose the right solution.
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  • Membership Database Selection Part 2 - Understanding Your Choices

    Lori Halley  23 March 2011  4 comments
     
    Part 2 of our 3-part blog series on membership database selection outlines the software/system options available and their pros and cons in meeting small non-profit/membership needs.
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  • Membership Database Selection Part 1 - Defining Your Needs

    Lori Halley  16 March 2011  0 comments
     
    This is the first post in our 3-part blog series on membership database selection. This blog series is designed to help small organizations: identify your membership database requirements (Part 1); understand the options available (Part 2); and choose the solution that meets your specific needs (Part 3).
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  • Member Communications and Information Overload - Finding Balance

    Lori Halley  03 March 2011  0 comments
     
    One of our readers asked some great questions in a comment to a recent post about getting started with social media: What will people find interesting and useful? Will they find excessive messaging annoying? How does an organization find a balance? Since many membership and non-profit organizations may be asking themselves these very questions in terms of their member communications, we offered some ideas on how you can begin to answer these questions.
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  • Recalibrate Your Association Membership Renewals

    Lori Halley  06 January 2011  2 comments
     
    With the New Year comes a new renewal cycle. Are you confident that your renewal process will demonstrate value and deliver 80-90% renewal rates? Here is some food for thought on what Association members might be looking for this year and tips on renewal timing, frequency and communication strategies.
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  • 5 Ideas for Recruiting New Members to your Association

    Lori Halley  23 July 2010  0 comments
     
    Recruiting new members has always been a challenge for associations. And with time and money tighter than ever for many, it's arguably never been harder to get those new folks through the door. Here are a few ideas to help you find those fresh faces:...
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  • Free PDF Converter Keeps Your Clickable Links

    Lori Halley  15 July 2010  7 comments
     
    The ability to retain hyperlinks when you convert documents to PDF format has been missing from most of the free or low-cost web-based PDF tools to date. Finally, here’s a free online document converter that can keep those clickable links working in your PDFs. Thanks to Donnie Maclurcan of ProjectAustralia for the tip on this useful free tool!
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  • 4 Fabulous Ideas for Your Association Networking Event

    Lori Halley  14 July 2010  1 comments
     
    While certain websites have co-opted the term 'social networking,' there's still a big opportunity in booking some real-life face time. Holding networking events can be a terrific way to provide value to the members of your professional association...
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  • 8 Quick Quizzes for New Volunteers

    Lori Halley  12 July 2010  5 comments
     
    Volunteers will stay longer and work better for your non-profit organization if you can match their personalities and passions with appropriate tasks. Could a simple quiz help you to ensure your volunteers are matched up with the kind of work they'll enjoy for the long haul?
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  • 10 Interview Tips That Lead to Better Storytelling

    Lori Halley  15 June 2010  10 comments
     
    Kivi Leroux Miller, author of The Nonprofit Marketing Guide: High-Impact, Low-Cost Ways to Build Support for Your Good Cause, believes that storytelling is one of the most effective yet underused marketing tactics for nonprofits. She devoted a whole chapter to storytelling in her new book, and provides ten tips for better interviews in this guest post.
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  • Make Your Own Infographic

    Lori Halley  25 May 2010  13 comments
     
    Infographics are to data what storytelling is to an annual report: a more engaging way to help bring attention and understanding to your nonprofit’s cause. Let’s take a closer look at these visual representations of data and ideas, along with great resources to help you get started on making your own infographic.
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  • Swipe your Social Media Response Plan from the US Air Force

    Lori Halley  11 May 2010  2 comments
     
    Should a nonprofit organization look to the military for social media advice? Perhaps so, if it’s the US Air Force we’re talking about! In fact, their Web Posting Response Assessment flow chart can serve as a strong models to guide your staff in best practices of online conversation.
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  • A Year’s Worth of Blog Topics Ideas

    Lori Halley  22 April 2010  9 comments
     
    Blogging is one of the most powerful communications tools a nonprofit can have in its online arsenal, if you’ve got the resources to put behind it. But yes, maintaining a blog can take a lot of time and mental energy – especially if you frequently run short of blog post ideas. Here’s a way to tackle that writer’s block – not just today, but for months to come.
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