Stressed Out? 6 Books Nonprofit Communicators Should Read to Help #NPCOMMLIFE

In today’s edition of #NPCOMMLIFE, we suggest a few books you should read to ensure you are setting boundaries, overcoming fear, and preventing burnout.Transform Your Boundaries by Sarri GilmanFrom the Amazon synopsis: Your boundaries are doing only one thing – trying to take care of you. This book provides easy to follow examples and a step by…

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Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators – January 11, 2019

Bayona. New Orleans, LAIt’s Friday! Let’s wind down this week with some of the best articles, posts, tips, and more from around the world of marketing and fundraising.It’s time for Mixed Links…Behind the ball on making New Year’s Resolutions? Follow these 6 Steps to a SMART New Year.Those responsible for fundraising will want to look at 3 Key Metrics…

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Writing More Visual Microcontent

Using photos or graphics in your communications is an important strategy.But there are times and places where you have to rely on words alone to create a scene and engage your reader.Microcontent, as defined by Jakob Nielsen, is short content that needs to be immediately clear and inviting to a reader, and which still make sense when removed from…

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Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator – Al Rosenberg

Al RosenbergWelcome to the latest installment in our series on the “Day in the Life” of nonprofit communicators! This series lets you describe your workday in your own words.Al Rosenberg is the Director of Marketing & Communications for OneTable, a national nonprofit empowering millennials to find and build meaningful Shabbat dinner rituals and practices. She is also…

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