Tue, December 31 2013

Our top nonprofit marketing posts of 2013

Caryn Stein's avatar

VP, Communications and Content, Network for Good

Filed under:   Fun stuff • Fundraising essentials • Marketing essentials •

As 2013 winds down, we’re looking back on what topics were most popular on the blog.  From online trends to donor communication tips, here are some of our top posts from the past year.

How to make your donors twice as generous Some insights on the positive effects of peer pressure, via GlobalGiving.

2 rules for getting more online donations Meet donors where they are and make it incredibly easy to give.

3 ways to stand out to your donors Lessons from charity:water on how to put donors at the center of your success stories.

How to show impact? Here’s a great example. Make it clear, choose a great messenger, and show, don’t just tell.

4 ways to give donors a better experience online Online giving should be social, emotional, easy, and reliable.

What the latest online trends mean for your cause Key findings on mobile, social, search, and content.

Is your nonprofit website open for business? The top issues that can scare visitors away from your nonprofit website (and how to fix them).

10 mobile stats for nonprofit marketers Mobile is quickly becoming the platform of choice for many—these stats really drive the point home.

Why donors stop their support Learn how vital proper communication processes and messages are.

How do I make my mission sound more exciting? Hint: Don’t talk about your process or philosophy.  Talk about your outcomes.

What would you like to see in 2014? Share your suggestions in the comments below and we’ll do our best to cover them all.

On behalf of the Network for Good team, thank you for being loyal readers of the Nonprofit Marketing Blog. We wish you a happy, healthy, and successful new year!

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