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Feb 13 2014
You know that media coverage helps to generate discussion about the critical issues your non-profit organization is trying raise with your constituents and the public in general. But getting coverage is not always easy, especially for issues that non-profit... → More
Feb 13 2014 | by Peter Flynn Silmaril Consultants
Organizational websites are viewed thousands or millions of times a day by customers, competitors and people searching for stuff, but rarely by those who own, run or work for the organization. Business, government and institutional websites are a frequent... → More
Feb 13 2014 | By Steve Delgado, Arial Software and Denise Moorehead, Third Sector New England
As a non-profit professional, you appreciate the fact that email campaigns are an affordable and effective way to reach as many clients, donors, members and media as possible. So you’ve made the jump to a timesaving, more efficient email-sending program. But... → More
Feb 13 2014 | By Kristen Saulnier
How do you frame your nonprofit’s message to the media in a way that will get your organization coverage that focuses on the heart of an issue – not on “side” topics that stir unwarranted controversy? → More
Feb 13 2014 | By Kristen Saulnier, Communications Assistant, Third Sector New England
Effective media advocacy campaigns start with an advocacy plan. A roadmap for creating this plan was provided by the Progressive Communicators Network’s Tom Louie to attendees at the Be the Media! mini-conference on November 30, 2011. According to Louie,... → More
Feb 13 2014 | Adapted from an article by Diane Boudreau by Denise Moorehead
Don’t let your nonprofit’s message get lost in the daily flood of information. → More
Oct 01 2011 | By Kristen Saulnier, Communications Assistant Third Sector New England
I recently attended Be the Media V, a conference sponsored by TSNE and the Progressive Communicators Network for the progressive non-profit community. These are some of the points gleaned from the opening panel and workshop leaders during the daylong event. → More
Jan 01 2011 | By Jonathan Spack, TSNE Chief Executive Officer
When the New England Nonprofit Quarterly, now the Nonprofit Quarterly (NPQ), moved to Third Sector New England in 1997, we envisioned the magazine becoming a high-quality regional resource for information on nonprofit trends, cutting-edge issues and best... → More
Apr 30 2010 | By Nancy Jackson, Principal Consultant and OwnerGammy Bird Consulting
I need to laugh more. I mean really laugh. It feels so darn good and must trigger something in the brain. Even little smiles are good. I was in a gardening center today and saw a sign that read, “Unattended children will be given an espresso and free puppy.”... → More
Jul 01 2008 | By TSNE
Rebranding Can Help Your Nonprofit Stand Out from the Crowd → More

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