Product Description Nonprofit Internet Strategies offers every charitable organization the opportunity to explore their options, and select the appropriate strategy to traditional marketing, communications and practice of fundraising in their online efforts to integrate. It is an excellent guide – a practical handbook for personal – non-profit is not written in technical language written by experts in the field of real experiences and case studies. . . . More>>

Nonprofit Internet Strategies: Best Practices for Marketing, Communications, and Fundraising Success

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7 Responses to “Nonprofit Internet Strategies: Best Practices for Marketing, Communications, and Fundraising Success”

  • The particulars of the policy on the use of internet is too good at home until about page 100 The information comes from a variety of people in this area and a group of over 15 authors. The book to be rather superfluous, and the extreme left leaning politically, unfortunately. It is clear to me that these people have written their chapters at the same time and do not coordinate, which was discussing this issue, it, too. The book would be a liberal (stereotype) of college textbooks. Every expert seems to really know their stuff but, it seems that each bid has not been edited to avoid duplication information. After about 6 chapters of the book details are superfluous. This book has the potential of the go-to source for Internet-profit strategies, but they have destroyed with their hidden agendas, no chapter / coordinating author and publishing arms. Play boast an exemplary case study on page 158 lists President George W. Bush and Tony Blair at a card game that Greenpeace had sold the same letter as to say their financiers that: "This limited edition cards are hot! Back by popular demand, it is a parody of "Iraqi Most Wanted 'deck. The name cards Greenpeace leaders and shame of the world, those who sit on the real weapons of mass destruction, nuclear weapons. "This book is full of examples of left-cyber-activist undertakings as" non-profit company. "After 3-year multi-million companies, non-profit work, I think both are different.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  • Well went and well-organized. This book offers very practical information on the foundation of a successful nonprofit.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  • We are fortunate that Tim Mills-Groninger consulting with us in the Tai Sophia Institute, and his chapter on the staffing is excellent and the questions with enthusiasm, expertise, training capable of maximizing the system – so are all the memories the good between visits.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  • It is a comprehensive guide to the use of the Internet for marketing and fundraising. It might almost be a textbook for a college course – if colleges offered marketing of non-profit organizations for granted. Great reference material.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  • Substantial support for the struggling to survive and make a difference in the world today.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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  • Thanks for the very helpful post.

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