Tag Archives: Fundraising

Year-end fundraising tips

It’s that time of the year again—fundraising time! Many organizations do about half of their fundraising during this part of the year, so this is definitely something worth spending time on. As you’re working on your appeals, here are a few tips to keep in mind to raise as much money as you can.

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Friday Linx: Fat cat edition

Friday Linx is a recurring feature on our blog. We’re aiming to bring you a collection of links worth a read and cute cat video to ease you into the weekend. You’ll also find items on Facebook’s new Timeline for pages, Google+, donate buttons, and making things go viral.

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Friday Linx: the PR FAIL edition

Friday Linx is a recurring feature on our blog. We’re aiming to bring you a collection of links worth a read and cute cat video to ease you into the weekend. This week the conversation was dominated by Facebook IPO talk and the biggest PR fail in a long time, read our take here. You’ll also find items on Google+, creating good videos, building a blog following, fundraising, and training opportunities below.

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End-of-year giving data from M&R Research Labs

The folks at M&R Research Labs have posted some data comparing end of year giving for 14 organizations they’ve worked with. The results were great and their insights are pretty useful to begin planning your 2012 giving cycle. No, it’s never too early.

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Friday Linx: Arab spring edition

Friday Linx is a recurring feature on our blog. We’re aiming to bring you a collection of links worth a read and cute cat video to ease you into the weekend. This week marked the 1 year anniversary of the Arab Spring and Twitter decided it’d prevent it from happening ever again. You’ll also find items on Facebook, fundraising and training opportunities below.

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Why donors give

Why do donors give? Allyson Kapin at Frogloop has a good post up with some recent research.

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