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  • How to Write for SEO and Rank on Google
    by Angie Kubicek on October 22, 2020 at 3:00 pm

    Getting noticed is a challenge.  The internet is a busy, crowded place, buzzing with almost 2 billion websites and millions of brands competing for attention. Rising above the clutter and online noise requires a little strategy.  Thankfully, that strategy doesn’t require a rocket scientist. Or even a computer scientist. You can create website content that The post How to Write for SEO and Rank on Google appeared first on Nonprofit Hub.

  • Today’s Talk with Andrea Kihlstedt
    by Olivia Layne on October 20, 2020 at 9:57 pm

    This week, Randy got to sit down with the lovely Andrea Kihlstedt to talk about capital campaigns. Andrea Kihlstedt is co-founder of the Capital Campaign Toolkit and has been guiding successful capital campaigns for over 30 years. Andrea has been involved with capital campaigns for her entire career, and she’s still passionate about them. She The post Today’s Talk with Andrea Kihlstedt appeared first on Nonprofit Hub.

  • 4 Best Professional Development Practices for Nonprofits
    by Kristine Holferty on October 15, 2020 at 9:12 pm

    Nonprofit organizations are often pressed to do more with less. Your staff is expected to be more efficient, your organization more productive, and your mission more manageable all while your piggy bank is light. Actually, 18% of nonprofits cite having a small staff (or staff transitions) as the greatest challenge they encounter.  While it’s always The post 4 Best Professional Development Practices for Nonprofits appeared first on Nonprofit Hub.

  • Today’s Talk with Lisa Chimola
    by Olivia Layne on October 15, 2020 at 2:05 am

    This week, our very own Randy Hawthorne got to sit down with Lisa Chimola, a fablanthropy expert, who specializes in working with nonprofits to hone their gift planning skills. Lisa is the chief fablanthropist for Fablanthropy, helping nonprofits reach the intersection of fabulous and philanthropy. As she talked with Randy, she discussed a few reservations The post Today’s Talk with Lisa Chimola appeared first on Nonprofit Hub.

  • A Recap of Cause Camp 2020 – Celebrate Your Smaller Donors
    by Jordan Geisert on October 9, 2020 at 4:27 pm

    Cause Camp 2020 is officially in the books! Nonprofit professionals from all over the country tuned in for two full days of premium education, inspiration, and connection. Our team owes a big ‘thank you’ to our Cause Camp host, Julia Campbell, who gracefully led us through both days of programming. Here is a recap of The post A Recap of Cause Camp 2020 – Celebrate Your Smaller Donors appeared first on Nonprofit Hub.

  • [Webinar Recap] How to Crush Your #GivingTuesday and Year-End Campaign
    by Paige Jarrett on October 22, 2020 at 5:42 pm

    How to Crush Your #GivingTuesday and Year-End Campaign Right now, nonprofit organizations across the country are looking for ways to boost their chances of fundraising success this year. With 1/3 of all charitable giving typically taking place in December alone, #GivingTuesday and year-end campaigns are more important than ever. If you were unable to join The post [Webinar Recap] How to Crush Your #GivingTuesday and Year-End Campaign appeared first on Network for Good.

  • How to Use Local Business Partnerships to Grow Your Donor Base Affordably
    by Carrie Saracini on October 21, 2020 at 1:04 pm

    How to Use Local Business Partnerships to Grow Your Donor Base While big grants and major donors shimmer like gold on the horizon, the reality for most small nonprofits is that sustaining revenue through large gifts is a mirage. Fortunately, there’s a solution: individual giving. And this solution is a reliable one. According to Giving The post How to Use Local Business Partnerships to Grow Your Donor Base Affordably appeared first on Network for Good.

  • How to Write Awesome Emails Your Donors Want to Read
    by Network for Good on October 20, 2020 at 8:21 pm

    When you want to contact your donors, chances are, you email them. And so does everybody else. Your donors, through no fault of their own, have inboxes that are constantly bogged down with messages from various organizations, businesses, stores, news outlets, and bloggers. And it’s a rare person who actually reads all of it. So, The post How to Write Awesome Emails Your Donors Want to Read appeared first on Network for Good.

  • 5 Takeaways From Our “2020 Year-End Fundraising Campaign Guide & Timeline”
    by Carrie Saracini on October 19, 2020 at 1:09 pm

    It’s October, so year-end fundraising is here whether you’re ready or not! No need to stress, though – we wrote the guide on 2020 Year-End Fundraising and now we’re here to break down the 5 key takeaways you need to know.   1. Start Early (Right Now) This year, you’re not just competing for attention The post 5 Takeaways From Our “2020 Year-End Fundraising Campaign Guide & Timeline” appeared first on Network for Good.

  • Use This Email Template to Upgrade Donors from One-Time to Monthly
    by Carrie Saracini on October 16, 2020 at 12:25 pm

    Attracting new donors is an essential part of every fundraising strategy. But it’s not enough. In 2019, only 19% of first-time donors gave a second time. You can’t sustain a nonprofit with that level of attrition — it will lead to burnout. Fortunately, there’s a simple way to convert one-time donors to monthly supporters. Besides serving The post Use This Email Template to Upgrade Donors from One-Time to Monthly appeared first on Network for Good.