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b2ap3_thumbnail_CoverLI4NPs_20140108-171912_1.gifFinding Hidden Treasures: Using LinkedIn to Uncover New Donors and Board Members

It's not just for job hunting anymore. You can use LinkedIn to supercharge your prospect identification and grow your relationships with the people who can help you reach your organizational goals.

 

You can use LinkedIn to:

  • Identify and research potential donors, board members, and pro bono service providers
  • Build relationships with current and potential donors & volunteers
  • Be better informed for face-to-face meetings with prospects
  • Increase the branding and presence of your organization

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In the spirit of the giving season, here's a collection of links to some freebies and few items to lighten up your day:
  • Get pro bono services in marketing, fundraising, HR, IT, board development, and more though the Taproot Foundation.
  • TechSoup.org has lots of donated products and services available for nonprofits and libraries.
  • Create your own interactive infographics with infogr.am.
  • Itching do to some data visualizations? Tableau Public is free (Windows only).
  • Font Awesome offers free icon sets for your website, e-newsletter or anywhere you need to use them.
  • Stretch your skimpy communications budget and check out Compfightfoter and the morgueFile for free stock photos.
  • If you use a CAPTCHA on your website forms, why not make them fun with Are you a human?

And just for your amusement:

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Back in the dark ages, before I joined the nonprofit sector, my work was in the graphic design/printing industry. Having a deep understanding of the production process is one skill that has served me, and my employers, very well ever since. Even if you are working with a graphic designer, being able to supply them with graphics that have the correct specs will save you time and money. For this tutorial, I'll cover using images and graphics in the most commonly used communications channels - web, email, presentations, and print.

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