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

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Product DescriptionNonprofit Internet Strategies offers every charitable organization the opportunity to analyze their options and select the appropriate strategy to integrate traditional marketing, communications, and fundraising practices with their online efforts. It is an excellent how-to guide–a practical manual for nonprofit staff written in non-technical language–prepared by experts in the field based on real-life experiences and case studies. . . . More >>

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

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

  • The information in Nonprofit Internet Strategies is sound until about page 100. The information comes from a variety of those working in the field and is an amalgamation of over 15 authors. This book tends to be redundant and far left leaning politically, unfortunately. It is clear to me that these individuals wrote their chapters at the same time and did not coordinate who was to discuss what subject, also.

    The book would make a stereotypical (liberal) college textbook. Each individual expert seems to really know their stuff, however, it seems that each submission was not edited to avoid duplication of information. After about Chapter 6, the book information is redundant. This book had the potential to be the go-to-resource for nonprofit internet strategies, but they ruined it with their hidden agendas, lack of chapter/author coordination and poor editing.

    A case study example from page 158 lists President Bush and Tony Blair on a deck of cards that Greenpeace sold had the actual letter, as if to brag, to their donors saying the following:

    “These limited edition playing cards are hot! Back by popular demand, they’re a spoof of the ‘Iraq most wanted’ deck. The Greenpeace cards name and shame world leaders who are sitting on the true weapons of mass destruction-nuclear weapons. ”

    This book is filled with left-wing examples of cyber-activist companies dubbed “nonprofit companies. ” Having worked with 3 multi-million nonprofit companies, I think the two are different.
    Rating: 3 / 5

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  • VALERIE says:

    Well paced and organized. This book provides very practical information about starting a successful nonprofit.
    Rating: 3 / 5

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  • V. Rodes says:

    We are fortunate to have Tim Mills-Groninger consulting with us at the Tai Sophia Institute; his chapter on staffing is excellent and the issues of enthusiasm, expertise, trainability, maximizing systems, etc. are good reminders between visits.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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  • This is a very complete guide to using the Internet for marketing and fundraising. It could almost be a text book for a college course – if colleges offered marketing for non-profits as a course. Great reference material.

    Rating: 5 / 5

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  • A huge help for those struggling to survive and make a difference in today’s world.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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