Nonprofit Marketing News Rundown—5.14.16

 

I totally dropped the ball last week during my trip to DC, and I’m sure you all are starving for your next dose of nonprofit news, curated from around the blogosphere. So here you go ...

 

You’re probably aware of the importance of content creation, but are you prioritizing content curation? Check out this piece on WiredImpact to learn about the benefits that content curation can have for your nonprofit.

 

A lot of nonprofits struggle to get media coverage of their events. If you’re one of them, take a gander at this post on Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog to learn some great ways to get the media interested.

 

Do you know what a storybank is? Do you have one? To learn more, check out this piece on Nonprofit Marcommunity about how to set up a storybank system for your nonprofit.

 

A good reminder in this piece from F. Duke Haddad on Nonprofit Pro that people do business with people they like … and this principle holds true for fundraising as well.

 

It’s darned near impossible to avoid politics these days, so check out this blog post on npENGAGE covering what nonprofits can learn from political campaigns about smart data.

 

Having trouble keeping you blog content flowing? The Nerdy Nonprofit gives you three tips for increasing your blog production in this piece.

 

What did I miss?