Is it time to give up on your newsletter? The Big Duck suggests so at It might be time to kill your newsletter: It's time to say goodbye to the newsletter as we know it. Chances are your investment in it is simply just not worth the time and energy as it used to be. If by "newsletter" you mean email newsletter, I might agree. I've not yet seen an email newsletter I'd call a success. They rarely get decent engagement of any kind -- open rates, click-throughs, or response. There are many other things you can do in email...
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- Should you get rid of your nonprofit newsletter? NO!
By Jeff Brooks - Monday Jun 5, 2017
- feel it so you can help others feel it
By Jeff Brooks - Tuesday May 30, 2017
How do you communicate emotion to your donors? Easy. Feel the emotion yourself. Okay, maybe not so easy. But feeling it yourself is half the battle -- probably more. The Passionate Giving blog has some help for this at How to Insert Emotion Into Major Gifts: Get a fix on the core thing that your non-profit does. Identify the situation you are addressing. What problem does addressing this situation solve, or what benefit is provided to society or the planet? What if no one addressed this situation or no one provided this benefit – what would happen? If this mattered...
- Your dream job and dream life may be waiting for you
By Jeff Brooks - Friday May 26, 2017
Pardon me if I get a little bit commercial here. But this is a super-cool job, and I have a feeling the person who should have the job reads this blog. Moceanic is looking for a Project Manager. Not just any project manager, but a super-smart, amazingly flexible, fun, cool, and ready to help change the world ... Not a whip-cracking nazi (though you need a little of that in you). Not a nasal-voiced whiner who bugs people about deadlines in a way that makes them want to leap in front of a speeding bus (though bugging people about deadlines...
- The Internet needs paid fast lanes, anti-net neutrality senator says
By Jon Brodkin - Friday Jun 9, 2017
Net neutrality is just a "slogan."
- Does your job title make donors want to avoid you?
By Jeff Brooks - Tuesday Jun 13, 2017
It's possible that your job title is so terrible, it's chasing donors away. That's what a new study by researcher Russell James finds, as reported on the MarketSmart blog, at Why fundraiser job titles suck and cost you a lot of money! The study asked people, "Who at the charity are you more likely to contact?" It gave them an array of typical nonprofit job titles. The title that fewest people wanted to contact: Director of Advancement. Others people didn't want to get in touch with: Chief Advancement Officer Director of Institutional Advancement Chief Institutional Advancement Officer Think you can...
- On Comedy: She Swipes Right on Tinder, and Everyone’s In On the Joke
By JASON ZINOMAN - Wednesday Jun 21, 2017
Lane Moore’s shows involve real men on the dating app, but she works hard to avoid mocking them. The result is a clever show that’s deservedly a hit.
- To Stave Off a Deportation, Cuomo Pardons a 9/11 Volunteer
By SARAH MASLIN NIR - Wednesday Jun 21, 2017
The governor expunged the crime of a 9/11 volunteer and undocumented immigrant facing removal by the immigration authorities because of a decades-old conviction.
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