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Our Top 10 Posts from 2014

Our Top 10 Posts from 2014

Here at Network for Good, we’re reflecting on 2014 and planning for the upcoming year. We’re locking down webinar topics and presenters for next year, putting the finishing touches on some incredible—and free!—fundraising eGuides, getting posts queued up for this blog, and brainstorming ways to help nonprofits raise more money online (because that’s what we’re here for!).

But before we dive into 2015, we want to share with you our top blog posts from 2014. Drumroll, please…

  1. Why Recurring Giving Matters [Infographic]
  2. 6 Types of Stories That Spur Giving
  3. 7 Ways to Make 2014 the Year of the Donor
  4. 5 Rules for Thanking Donors
  5. 10 Social Media Stats for Nonprofit Marketers
  6. 11 Great Online Giving Tips for #GivingTuesday and Every Day
  7. 3 Steps to a Powerful, All-Organization Team of Messengers
  8. Creating the Perfect Campaign for #GivingTuesday
  9. Why the #IceBucketChallenge Works
  10. Tops 6 Donor Communication Mistakes to Avoid

BONUS: Even though this post is from December 2013, it was #11 on our list: 10 Ways to Thank Your Donors

Have any ideas for posts you’d like to see in 2015? Share your suggestions in the comments.

On behalf of the Network for Good team, thank you for being loyal readers of the Nonprofit Marketing Blog. We wish you a happy holiday season!

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