Say, thanks. | Weekly Roundup
- What’s the goal of your annual report? For the BC Cancer Foundation, it’s simple: say thank you. So this year, that’s just what they did. On his blog, Jonathon Grapsas highlights the successes of the simple video and microsite they created in place of a print annual report.
- In order to communicate effectively for your nonprofit, you may need to be comfortable being wrong from time to time. Amber Wobschall on Connection Cafe shares tips and examples for how nonprofits can challenge past assumptions and make the most out of missteps.
- Are you giving your donors, supporters, and other website visitors the right tools to get in touch with you? Create an inviting “Contact Us” page with the help of these tips from John Paul Titlow on ReadWriteBiz.
- Not sure how to break out of broadcast mode with your organization’s Facebook updates? Miriam Kagan shares a nice example on DonorPower Blog of how nonprofits can use Facebook to build relationships with donors and inspire them to act and interact online.
- With all the fuss about social media, traditional marketing can start to feel like the ugly duckling. Elaine Fogel reminds that while integration of online and offline tools may not be the hottest topic, it’s still the key to successful communications.