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Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators

3PI710IGAC Mixed LinksLet’s cap off the week with some Mixed Links…

Hopefully, you have already downloaded the 2016 M+R Benchmarks Study and can check out the infographic with key highlights from the report.

See if you recognize any of these 8 Types of Annoying Board Members.

If you are interested in making videos, read Video Marketing for Nonprofits first.

Reality Check: Your Donors Are Cheating on You (but that’s not necessarily a bad thing).

The Nonprofit Blog Carnival is taking submissions until Monday, April 25th. This month’s theme is Advice to your younger-fundraising-self.

Bloomerang talks about what happens When Charities Fail Donors.

Here are 8 Mistakes Even Professional Content Writers Make (And How to Avoid Them).

The results from Nonprofit with Balls first ever poetry contest are in!

Got a favorite song? Tweet about it using #NPsongs:

#Nonprofit Professionals! What songs pump you up or keep you going? We want to know! Retweet + Reply + use #NPsongs pic.twitter.com/HYHmFJ3zeD

-- Classy (@classy) April 22, 2016

 

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