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How an Employer Brand Communications Strategy Can Support Recruitment Efforts

NonProfit PRO

The best nonprofits are the ones that know the value of an employer brand communications plan. They understand a strategic plan can help attract and retain the top talent and avoid facing the current struggles of today’s competitive job market.

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How to Execute Your Peer-to-Peer Email Communications Plan

NonProfit PRO

So, you’ve created a strategy for your peer-to-peer email communications. You’ve segmented your audience, built compelling content and prepared to design emails that will grab your readers’ attention. Now there’s one thing left to do: Start executing on your plan (and find ways to improve it).

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How to Create Your Caseload Communication Plan in 2 Hours or Less

NonProfit PRO

Creating individualized 12-month communication plans for all 150 donors on your major gifts caseload to a fundraiser may initially sound like a lot of touchpoints to create. But the truth is you can create the vast majority of your planning for each donor in less time than you think.

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Effective Nonprofit Communications Starts With ‘Why’

NonProfit PRO

The communications teams at the most successful nonprofits are laser focused on showing people how their work transforms lives — and they can clearly articulate their vision.

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The Power of Executive Communications for Nonprofits

NonProfit PRO

They draw on critical communication tools that will help build and nurture relationships that ultimately bring awareness and support to their causes. Nonprofit leaders are both cheerleaders and salespeople for their organizations. Here are some ways to do that.

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The Art of Communications Collaborations

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Getting on the Same Page In the nonprofit realm, communicators often juggle the tricky task of keeping everyone on the same page. Implementing tools like shared calendars, communication platforms, and project management software can streamline collaboration, making the work more efficient and less prone to errors.

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Draft and Manage Your Nonprofit Communications Budget

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

For those coming into the nonprofit world from corporate communications, perhaps the most perplexing realization is that most nonprofit communications teams don’t draft and manage their own budgets. The post Draft and Manage Your Nonprofit Communications Budget appeared first on Nonprofit Marketing Guide (NPMG).