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Advice for Sharing Sad News
Attract Non-English Speakers With Striking Bilingual Materials
Certification Program Helps Enhance Public Relations Skills
Communications Strategy Imperative When Canceling Popular Events, Services
Connect With Supporters During Times of Crisis
Consider Offering Lunch and Learn Sessions
Consider Redesigning Your Magazine
Don't Just Tell Them, Show Them!
Guidelines Help Protect Your Identity Assets
Handle Angry Correspondence With Preset Guidelines
Highlight Anniversary Milestones with Moving Stories
Hometown Releases Are Mutually Beneficial
Incentives Motivate Potential Survey Participants
Include an Incident Timeline With Crisis Updates
Keep a Sense of Humor On Twitter
Make Use of a ‘Release to Give Reference’ Form
Make Your Writing More Inviting
Maximize Your News Coverage
Mix-Up Provides Opportunity to Engage Audiences
Preferred Vendors List: A Mutually Beneficial Resource
Promote Your Open House With More Striking Moniker
Provide Visitors With Clear Guidelines
Publicize Your Organization's Economic Impact
Reach Out With Satellite Offices, Programs and Volunteers
Sentimental Content Increases Engagement
Share Style Guide Info With Your Employees
Share Your Nonprofit's History
Social Media Followers Mingle With Traditional Media
Social Media Guidelines Benefit All
Stats and Stories Combine to Show Donors’ Impact
Text Alerts Serve as Important Communications Tool
Tips for Unveiling a New Logo
Twitter Brings Increased Awareness and Transparency
Utilize Media Advisories to Announce Your Most Important Events
Video Messages Serve as Crucial Communications Tools
Webcams Provide a Visual Connection
Which Social Media Channels Are Right for You?
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    Scott C. Stevenson
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    Scott Stevenson’s aim for the past two decades has been to provide nonprofits and associations throughout the U.S. and Canada with “great ideas and practical solutions.”

    Stevenson is founder and president of Stevenson, Inc, an Iowa-based publishing company that established six monthly newsletters, dozens of “how-to” manuals and several online events all geared toward helping nonprofits and associations achieve success in fields such as fundraising, major gifts, volunteer management, communications management and membership management.

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