Some news from me about the direction of the SocialFish blog going forward.

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Cool Nonprofit Jobs This Week – May 24

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Nice crop of interesting nonprofits jobs this week! Check ’em out.

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Include Is a Verb: Moving from Talk to Action on Diversity and Inclusion

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From Elizabeth Engel: “In our new whitepaper Include is a Verb: Moving from Talk to Action on Diversity and Inclusion, Sherry Marts, PhD (S*Marts Consulting) and I tackle the challenge of turning associations’ powerful talk into equally impactful walk.”

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LinkedIn Groups: What you Need to Know Now

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If you’re an organization that relies on LinkedIn groups as your online community platform, now is probably a good time to start crafting your exit strategy.

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Bringing on a Fundraising Consultant: A Nonprofit’s Hiring Guide

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Are you considering hiring a fundraising consultant? Before beginning your search for the perfect consultant, you’ll want to familiarize yourself with the hiring process.

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#CMAD 2017, Interview with Rohit Bhargava, Author and Trend Curator

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Very excited to share this hour-long video interview from #CMAD (Community Manager Appreciation Day) where Maggie McGary, Community Manager at the American Psychological Association and long-time SocialFish blogger and I got to spend some time chatting with my good friend, publisher and awesome Trend Curator Rohit Bhargava.

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You can’t fix politics, but you can fix this

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These are turbulent times, and I think many of us feel pretty powerless (no matter which side of the fence we’re on). So while we can’t fix politics (or maybe we can, but that’s a topic for a different kind of blog), we can focus on the things that matter to us directly. Our communities, our friends, our neighbors, our colleagues. And I believe there is one specific area where we can make a difference.

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Capital Campaign Marketing Strategies for the Tech-Savvy

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If you’re starting a capital campaign, then you know how much work and effort goes into planning a fundraiser of this magnitude. You want all your hard work to result in a successful outcome: reaching your goal. For that to happen, you need to have the right capital campaign marketing plan in place, which should include strategies to attract tech-savvy donors as well as traditional supporters. We’ve compiled a list of five tech-savvy marketing strategies to help you raise more.

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