456: New Power – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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This week: 

New Power 
Why do some leap ahead while others fall behind in our chaotic, connected age? Co-author Henry Timms, president & CEO of 92nd Street Y, has the answers from his book, “New Power.” (Originally aired 6/8/18)

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444: Your Ultimate Communications Toolkit & Automated Fundraising – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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This week: 

Your Ultimate Communications Toolkit 
Our 19NTC panel of communicators explains how to develop your communications plan and the core principles you need to abide by. They’ve got templates, checklists and worksheets galore! They’re Vanessa Schnaidt from Cause Communications and Gabriel Sanchez with First 5 LA. 

Automated Fundraising 
Brian Lauterbach is from Network for Good. He reveals how automation can enhance your donor communications, engagement and stewardship. This was also recorded at 19NTC.

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438: Google Ad Grants & The 2019 Digital Outlook Report – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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This week 

Google Ad Grants
Our 19NTC panel—including the head of Google Ad Grants—will improve the quality of your Google Ads campaigns and get your website, Google Analytics and Google Ads working together. They share lots of valuable resources. They are Michael Rasko from Rasko Digital Marketing; Jason King, certified Ad Grants professional; and, Michelle Hurtado from Google.

The 2019 Digital Outlook Report
This 19NTC panel, Elena Francis, Charly Jarrett and Jennifer Jones Ingram, helps you get better at P2P, Facebook, team cross-training and adapting tech to your mission. Elena and Charly are with hjc and Jennifer is at Care2.

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434: Be Accessible & Go Bilingual – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Be Accessible
Inclusive website design that builds in accessibility helps everyone, not only those with disabilities. And it helps you with SEO. Our panel uses the example of the MacArthur Foundation site rebuild. They’re James Kinser, from the MacArthur Foundation, and Cyndi Rowland with WebAIM.

Go Bilingual
Oliver DelGado helps you navigate the bilingual balance in print, social and on your site, as we discuss opportunities and challenges. He’s from Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles.

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433: 19NTC and NTEN & Strong Social Ads On $100 A Month – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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19NTC & NTEN
We kick-off our coverage of the 2019 Nonprofit Technology Conference with NTEN’s CEO, Amy Sample Ward. She dishes on the conference—including its wonderful food—Portland, and the organization she leads.

Strong Social Ads On $100 A Month
You can have an effective social media advertising campaign on a small budget, if you plan smartly for your targeting, messaging and measuring. George Wīner is co-founder of PowerPoetry.org.

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375: Your Donor Experience – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Brian Lauterbach, vice president of programs, impact & sustainability at Network for Good and Lisa Bonanno, vice president of digital marketing at Network for Good. 

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371: Free Software/Consulting In 2018 & Integrated Tools – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Peggy Duvette, head of Oracle + NetSuite Social Impact. 

Also, Amy Sample Ward, our social media contributor, CEO of Nonprofit Technology Network and co-author of the book “Social Change Anytime Everywhere.” 

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306: Going Social In The Boardroom & Creative Commons 101 & Seth Godin – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Jeanne Allen, principal at Jeanne Allen Consulting, and Nancy Rose, executive director of North Carolina Center for Public Policy Research.

Also, attorney Carly Leinheiser.

And Seth Godin, blogger and speaker.

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