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Nonprofit Link Round Up

It’s Friday the 13th, but never fear, because #donorlove is in the air! You can even send an #npvalentine courtesy of the Chronicle of Philanthropy. Link Round Up Fence

Here are a few of the resources and really smart people who caught our attention this week:

What do donors want? Sandy Rees knows and she’s outlined 7 things donors want and 5 things you can give them. via Get Fully Funded

Roger Craver offers his take on Hubspot’s 2015 Social Benchmark Report. via The Agitator

Learn the 9 things make people re-tweet your content, then check the share factor of your tweets using this cool tool. via Futurity

Want to create a really compelling annual report? Think about this: “Yes, your annual accomplishments are important to share—necessary for funding and credibility in this age of transparency and results—but where is the donor in the story of your success? Can you tie your donor’s investment into a celebration of what you’ve done together?” via Big Duck

Nell Edgington shares 7 key questions that will help guide your nonprofit strategy. via Social Velocity

Do you know when to use JPG, GIF, or PNG? Now you do, thanks to this helpful infographic. via Who Is Hosting This?
Finally, for a laugh: Love poems to nonprofit staff (and boards!) via Nonprofit with Balls

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