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Stop Smothering Verbs (and Other Writing Tips)

What you need to know about nonprofit communications this week.

Easy-to-Read Nonprofit Writing

Kristina here! Kivi is on vacation with several Girl Scouts so I am taking over the newsletter this week...

I don't have a background working for nonprofits which gives me a different perspective on your writing - I am probably more like your supporters than you are. Too many of you write for your bosses or board members when you need to be writing for your readers.

Here are a few of my posts on how to make your writing easier to read:

Verbs Aren’t Hashbrowns. Don’t Smother Them

How to Make Your Nonprofit Writing More Conversational

I Have No Idea What You’re Talking About [Nonprofit Jargon]

Cut the Glut! Wordy Phrases to Eliminate from Your Writing (And Alternatives)

Cut the Glut! Part II – Redundancies to Eliminate from Your Writing

Making your writing easier to read doesn't mean you're dumbing down your content. Your supporters are busy. They want easy. Give it to them.


5 Things to Know This Week

1. Better first impressions on Instagram.

Find out How to Optimize Your Instagram Profile for Business.

2. You can't do it all.

Kivi tells you to Make Peace with a Fraction of What’s Possible.

3. Decision making made easier.

Join us next Thursday for Kivi's BRAND NEW webinar Streamlining Communications Decision Making: From Strategic Planning to the Daily Grind. Registration is only $49 or free with an All-Access Pass. Learn more and register.

4. Organize your stories and photos.

Download your free copy of Storybanking and Photobanking: How to Organize Stories and Images at Your Nonprofit.

5. What to do about a toxic work environment.

Beth Kanter dives into Why Nonprofit Workplaces Are Stressful and What To Do About It.


#CALMnotBUSY Tip of the Week

Being able to say "no" is important to being more CALM and less BUSY. Here are 7 Ways to Say No Without Actually Saying It.

Each week, we are sharing tips here related to my newest book, CALM not BUSY: How to Manage Your Nonprofit's Communications for Great Results. (Amazon)

What Do You Think?

I still need submissions for our Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator blog series. It's a fun way to help us better understand our community’s needs and to also let other nonprofit communicators know they aren’t alone in the crazy, chaotic world of nonprofit marketing and fundraising. Fill out your typical day in the life using the form on this page.

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Streamlining Communications Decision Making: From Strategic Planning to the Daily Grind

60-Minute Webinar with Kivi Leroux Miller

Learn how to identify and tackle all kinds of communications decisions that your nonprofit needs to make to be as effective as possible.

June 28. 1:00 p.m. Eastern (10:00 a.m. Pacific)

Registration is $49 or Free with an All-Access Pass

Writing a Donor Centered Website

Two-Part Webinar Series with Tom Ahern

Learn how a few changes to your website and donation pages can make all the difference.

July 10 & 11. 1:00 p.m. Eastern (10:00 a.m. Pacific)

Registration is $119 for Part 1, $199 for Parts 1 and 2 or Free with an All-Access Pass

"Simple Rules" for Communications Directors: How to Create Easy Routines, Speed Up Your Work, and Get More Done, Painlessly

60-Minute Webinar with Kivi Leroux Miller

Learn how to apply the six kinds of simple rules to some of your biggest, time-consuming headaches.

July 26. 1:00 p.m. Eastern (10:00 a.m. Pacific)

Registration is $49 or Free with an All-Access Pass

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