Big Nonprofit Ideas for the Other 95%

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My Guests:

Amy Sample Ward

Picture of Amy Sample Ward

Amy Sample Ward

Amy Sample Ward is CEO of Nonprofit Technology Network and our contributor on social media. On the opening day of the Nonprofit Technology Conference, we talked about the value of NTEN and NTC for small- and mid-size nonprofits. Everybody uses technology!

 

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Glen McKnight, Andrew Mack, Evan Leibovitch

Glen McKnight, Andrew Mack, Evan Leibovitch

Me with (L-R) Glen McKnight, Andrew Mack, Evan Leibovitch

Introducing the new top level domain–and its affiliated community–for nonprofits throughout the world. Plus, a primer on how domains are managed by ICANN. I learned a lot! My guests from the Nonprofit Technology Conference are Glen McKnight, secretariat of NARALO (it represents you!); Andrew Mack, principal of AMGlobal Consulting; and Evan Leibovitch, global vice chair of the At Large Advisory Committee of ICANN.

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Top Trends. Sound Advice. Lively Conversation.

You’re on the air and on target as I delve into the big issues facing your nonprofit—and your career.

If you have big dreams but an average budget, tune in to Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio.

I interview the best in the business on every topic from board relations, fundraising, social media and compliance, to technology, accounting, volunteer management, finance, marketing and beyond. Always with you in mind.

When and where: On Fridays at 1pm Eastern: Talking Alternative Radio

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I’m kicking off the Nonprofit Radio Knowledge Base:

Sarah Durham is principal and founder of Big Duck, communications consultants for nonprofits. People need to know you before you can ask them for money. What is brandraising and how does it pave the road to fundraising? (Nonprofit Radio for 12/6/13)
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Nadia Tuma is a brand innovation strategist with clark | mcdowall. Your brand goes much deeper than logo and tagline. What’s the process to discover your brand strategy? Once you’ve found it, how do you manage it? Nadia and I discussed on Nonprofit Radio, 3/26/13.
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Lacey Kruger, lead information architect at Blackbaud, and Misty McLaughlin, the company’s principal user experience consultant, have lots of ideas to help you design your online properties for success, so visitors return and supporters stay engaged. (Nonprofit Radio for 2/1/13)

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Big Nonprofit Ideas for the Other 95%

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My Guest:

Dennis Miller

Dennis Miller

Dennis Miller

Dennis Miller wrote “The Power of Strategic Alignment,” his third book, because he’s seen too many nonprofits expend time, energy and money without achieving the success they hoped for. He wants to turn that around.

 

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Top Trends. Sound Advice. Lively Conversation.

You’re on the air and on target as I delve into the big issues facing your nonprofit—and your career.

If you have big dreams but an average budget, tune in to Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio.

I interview the best in the business on every topic from board relations, fundraising, social media and compliance, to technology, accounting, volunteer management, finance, marketing and beyond. Always with you in mind.

When and where: On Fridays at 1pm Eastern: Talking Alternative Radio

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Results from my professional development survey (now closed): 

Donor Retention:
Dan’s Donor Retention Ideas, interview with Dan Blakemore, director of development for International House

Donor Retention, interview with Jay Love, CEO of Bloomerang

Getting Your Donors To Fall In Love With You, video from Farra Trompeter at Big Duck

Social Media Strategy:
Beth Kanter: Real Online Engagement & Measurement, video interview; Beth’s blog

A Conversation With Amy Sample Ward, Part Deux; interview about her book, Social Change Anytime Everywhere (which I strongly recommend for strategy and tactics)

Followship, interview with Allison Fine, co-author of The Networked Nonprofit

How To Use Social Media In Year-End Drives, Fundraising Fundamentals interview with Natalie Stamer at St. Baldrick’s Foundation

Creative Thank You’s:
Thank You’s For Year-End Giving (with lots of ideas that work anytime), video interview with Claire Axelrad

The short version: 10-minute Fundraising Fundamentals podcast with Claire and Julia Wilson of OneJustice

Generosity Series:
GenEvents site

The national tour, Generation Series

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Nonprofit Radio for April 4, 2014: Vivid Video & A Board That Brings In The Bucks

April 2, 2014

Big Nonprofit Ideas for the Other 95% Listen live or archive: On Fridays at 1pm Eastern: Talking Alternative Radio Listen to the April 4, 2014 archived podcast My Guests: Ross Minichiello, Mary Carlin and Gloria Ramon: Vivid Video  adsfaasdfadsfasdfasdfasdfasdfsdf Ideas for producing and repurposing that video you make each year come from Mary Carlin and Ross […]

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I’ll MC at Generosity Brooklyn!

March 31, 2014

  It’s a run/walk on Sunday, April 6. Check out my first video blog: Links: Generosity Brooklyn GenEvents throughout the country Many, many thanks to GenEvents for inviting me to MC! I can’t wait!

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Nonprofit Radio for March 28, 2014: Diversity In Your Office & Deep Pockets

March 26, 2014

Big Nonprofit Ideas for the Other 95% Listen live or archive: On Fridays at 1pm Eastern: Talking Alternative Radio Listen to the March 28, 2014 archived podcast My Guests: Fields Jackson: Diversity In Your Office Fields Jackson is editor of “Racing Toward Diversity Magazine.” We’ll talk about the business reasons for having a diverse workplace.        […]

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The Cost of NOT Doing Planned Giving

March 24, 2014

What does it cost your charity to not have a Planned Giving program that promotes gifts in estate and retirement plans? It costs you stronger relationships. When donors include you in their long-term plans, they’re putting you alongside husbands, wives, children and grandchildren. Among the bequests for loved ones, there’s a gift for your organization.  That’s […]

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Nonprofit Radio for March 21, 2014: A Conversation With Adam Braun

March 19, 2014

Big Nonprofit Ideas for the Other 95% I Love Our Sponsors! Sponsored by RallyBound peer-to-peer fundraising for runs, walks and rides. Also sponsored by TBRC Cost Recovery, saving you money on credit card processing fees. Listen live or archive: On Fridays at 1pm Eastern: Talking Alternative Radio Listen to the March 21, 2014 archived podcast My […]

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Skip Wealth Screening For Planned Giving

March 17, 2014

photo credit: quinn.anya via photopin cc I consistently preach this to clients and audiences: small-and mid-size nonprofits need not spend money on wealth screening to find potential Planned Giving donors. You have all the data you need in your fundraising or CRM database. Query your data for age and giving consistency and you’ll find your best Planned […]

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