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Nonprofit Marketing Guide.com provides tips and training to do-it-yourself nonprofit marketers and communications departments of one. We offer a weekly webinar series, the #1 blog on nonprofit communications with posts Monday – Friday, a weekly e-newsletter, free downloads, and more, all to help nonprofits make a big impression with smart, savvy marketing, communications, and fundraising.  Visit us here.

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SETH GODIN has written thirteen books that have been translated into more than thirty languages. Every one has been a bestseller. He writes about the post-industrial revolution, the way ideas spread, marketing, quitting, leadership and most of all, changing everything.  Visit his blog here.

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General Resources

Cause Communications’ Toolkit is a guide to navigating communications for the nonprofit world.  Learn more here.

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Useful Additional Resources

Here are some of the best online resources (advice, how-tos, etc.)

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Learn how to develop a communications arc with Kivi Leroux Miller, find more information here.

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This book clearly outlines communication strategies that can be employed by ALL nonprofit professionals, regardless of their previous communication experience or the size of the organization they work for.  Find it at Amazon.

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How a nonprofit s strategic communications department defines its issues and policies determines whether the public views it as an effective organization. Strategic Communications for Nonprofit Organizations, Second Edition supports nonprofits in using their resources most effectively. The Second Edition includes a dedicated web site, equipping professionals with the worksheets, forms, surveys, and self-assessment tools needed to create a total communications plan. Plus, the book s step-by-step instructions demonstrate nonprofit communications strategies that work. Practical and clear, this in-the-trenches book provides nonprofit CEOs with expert insights to achieve their mission.

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