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Cookies . . . the Yummy and the Creepy

Your Weekly Update from Nonprofit Marketing Guide
Cookies . . . the Yummy and the Creepy
Last Saturday was Cookie Day, Part I: The Experiments.  I baked 7 new-to-me recipes, including this most awesome one.  Next weekend will include Part 2: The Traditions, where we bake and decorate our family favorites. Yes, we have a thing for cookies at my house this time of year.
Then there are the other cookies marketers are more familiar with: tracking cookies. We will be experimenting with those too, trying hard not to be all creepy about it, as I share below.
Kivi Leroux Miller
5 Things to Know This Week
1.  My favorite way to keep up with great bloggers.   
If you want to know how I keep up with bloggers from around the nonprofit world (and beyond), check out my Alltop Page.
2.  Wow! It was a record-breaking #GivingTuesday.
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4. Reserve your copy of the 2016 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report. 
We're tallying the survey results now and will release the full Communications Trends Report on January 5. Reserve your copy now.
5. Does your boss give you an unrealistic workload? 
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What Do You Think?
What awesome "thank you" messaging have you see from nonprofits in the last two weeks? Thanksgiving week emails (in the U.S.), donor thank you videos? Let us know what's catching your eye this year.
What We Are Exploring 

We spend very little on paid advertising here at Nonprofit Marketing Guide, relying almost exclusively on our content marketing strategy and email. But we are going to invest more in Facebook ads in the coming months, and will share what we learn with you. I'm trying to wrap my head around best practices with Custom Audiences and website retargeting (how to make it work without being creepy). If you have favorite resources, case studies you found helpful, etc., please reply with some links!

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