Here are 5 great posts we read this week. From Mashable /Social Good with references to 5 different sites to help your cause to Mass Nonprofit with ways to reduce donor attrition.
1. Mashable/Social Good brings Mashable/Social Good brings 5 Easy Ways to Support a Cause Through Your Social Network. Learn about five websites can help your supporters collaborate with brands to support you, and other charities by endorsing their products on your social network.
2. John Haydon: How to make a comments policy for your nonprofit’s blog. When launching a blog for your nonprofit, one thing you have to decide is how to deal with comments. John answers: What is a comment policy, how to write one, and gives some examples of good ones.
3. MassNonprofit.org talks about Easy Methods to Reduce Donor Attrition and Increase Loyalty By Stephen Hitchcock
Donor loyalty makes your nonprofit more financially stable, cuts the costs of finding new donors, and increases your chance of receiving a major gift or bequest. By adopting a few simple, low-cost methods, your organization can nurture current donors and increase their loyalty.
4. NonProfit 2:0 shows 10 Essential Tools for the Nonprofit New Media Manager on the Go.
Some nonprofits have begun to lay a foundation for their mobile communications strategies. Most haven’t considered it. For the later, at some point in the next few years, it’s very likely you will be launching a mobile website, group texting campaigns, and smartphone/tablet Apps.
5. NTen: Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Events: One Size Does Not Fit All by Amy VanWyngarden, Convio. Peer fundraising is growing in popularity, Amy outlines the basics and thoughts about different levels and types of events to consider.
We have a great Non-profit Networking events this month!
Non-profits on the Cape, September 29th at Cape Cod Children’s Museum, starting with Master Roundtables!