Archive for the ‘Top 3 Weekly Posts’ Category

Top 3 Weekly Blog Posts for Nonprofit Workers

February 26, 2010

Photo by Leo Reynolds

1. Nonprofit Fiscal Rules for the “New Normal” by Nonprofit Board Crisis

2. Hear Ye, Hear Ye – Overhead is Over by Balancing the Mission Checkbook

3. Generational Differences by Michigan Nonprofit Association Blog

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Top 3 Weekly Blog Posts for Nonprofit Workers

February 26, 2010

Photo by Leo Reynolds

1. “Evaluating Online Donation Service Providers” by Step by Step Fundraising

2. “Fundraising from Out-of-State? An Update on Registration Issues” by Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog

3.”More on Charity Boards and Tough Times” by Nonprofit Law Blog

Bonus: “We overestimate the gap between nonprofit and for-profit jobs” by Penelope Trunk’s Brazen Careerist – This post is a bit older (10/30/09) but has some interesting thoughts on nonprofit vs for-profit jobs

Top 3 Weekly Blog Posts for Nonprofit Workers

February 26, 2010

Photo by Leo Reynolds

1.The “Three R’s” of Fundraising Letters by Step by Step Fundraising

2. 5 Mistakes Nonprofit Websites Make by Blackbaud

3. ROI of Listening: 17 Things to Do with What You Hear by Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog

Top 3 Weekly Blog Posts for Nonprofit Workers

February 26, 2010

Photo by Leo Reynolds

1. The Value of Volunteers at Michigan Nonprofit Association Blog

2. High Performance vs. High Impact Nonprofits at Tactical Philanthropy

3. Do You Need More Personality in Your Marketing Mix? at Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog

Top 3 Weekly Blog Posts for Nonprofit Workers

February 26, 2010

Photo by Leo Reynolds

1. Would You Pass the Board Pop Quiz? – Board Orientation, Education and Assessment at Accountability Wizardry for Nonprofits

2. When (Nonprofit) Directors Sweat the Small Stuff by Nonprofit Board Crisis

3. Crowdsourcing Your Professional Learning With Social Media: An Example guest post by Kevin Gilnack on Beth’s Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Bonus: Adopt a Nonprofit at the Washington Post

Top 3 Weekly Blog Posts for Nonprofit Workers

February 26, 2010

Photo by Leo Reynolds

1. How to have more self-discipline by Penelope Trunk’s Brazen Careerist

2. Why you need to raise restricted funds by Donor Power Blog

3. What I Wish Journalists Knew About the Nonprofit Sector by Nonprofit Congress Blog

Bonus: Nonprofit Blogs: 5 Reasons You Do & Don’t Need One by Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog

Top 3 Weekly Blog Posts for Nonprofit Workers

February 26, 2010

Photo by Leo Reynolds

1. The Impact of Giving Circles by Nonprofit Law Blog

2. Managing Transitions by Michigan Nonprofit Association Blog

3. A fantastic example of how non-profits can develop a viral email campaign by Mark Buzan’s PR & Public Affairs spot on the web

Top 3 Weekly Blog Posts for Nonprofit Workers

February 26, 2010

Photo by Leo Reynolds

1. Easier Said Than Done : Choose Your Budget-Cut Battles Wisely by Jeff Brooks at FundraisingSuccess

2. Social Media Usage Guidelines: Don’t moon people with cameras (or at least hide your face when you do) by Beth’s Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

3. Guest Post: Exploring Nonprofit Mergers and Alliances by Tactical Philanthropy

Bonus: Non-Profit Technology Report: Size Doesn’t Matter by Wild Apricot’s non-profit technology blog

Top 3 Weekly Blog Posts for Nonprofit Workers

February 26, 2010

Photo by Leo Reynolds

It’s back! Now that I am back from Africa and my honeymoon, I am starting the Top 3 Weekly Blog Posts for Nonprofit Workers again. Enjoy!

1. You’ve Gotta Have Heart by Nonprofit Law Blog

2. Strategies for Hard Times: The Case for Sustainable Fundingby Philantopic

3. Nonprofits and Advisory Boards by Nonprofit Board Crisis

This was from two weeks ago, but is a good one – Number of Directors – What’s the Best Practice? by the Nonprofit Law Blog

Top 3 Weekly Blog Posts for Nonprofit Workers

February 26, 2010

Photo by Leo Reynolds

1. Five Things To Do With Your Nonprofit Blog by Notes for Nonprofits

2. When Trying to Fundraise from Friends of Friends is a Complete Waste of Time by Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog

3. Understand and Act – NOW by Balancing the Mission Checkbook