Every Nonprofit's Guide to Publishing

Every Nonprofit's Guide to Publishing

Creating Newsletters, Magazines & Websites People Will Read

Book - 2007 | 1st ed
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Everything you need to raise awareness, membership and money!

Nonprofits have certain advantages - passion, motivation, a sense of purpose. But to raise the money and support required to achieve your goals, you need to communicate your mission effectively.

You can do it -- let Every Nonprofit's Guide to Publishing show you how!Practical and hands on, this book shows you how to overcome inexperience and budget constraints -- and produce publications that effectively promote your cause. From developing an idea to distributing the final publication, you'll get the information you need. Find out how to:
  • design and print engaging magazines or newsletters
  • create an appealing website
  • locate the best freelancers and vendors
  • develop successful ad sales and fundraising strategies
  • meet IRS and postal requirements for nonprofits
  • use time-tested publishing ideas and resources

    The book includes practical suggestions from veteran insiders, whose experiences range from tiny nonprofit startups to large, established organizations. The CD-ROM provides essential forms, checklists, schedules, worksheets, spreadsheets and more.

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    Woodard and Hwang provide tips for those in nonprofit associations for creating newsletters, magazines, and websites. They discuss every step of the process, from story ideas to editorial procedures, and how to modify publishing industry practices to suit their needs. Their advice is based on studying print and online publications of large and small nonprofits and their own experiences in publishing. Tips relate to creating mission statements, budgeting documents, the production process, software and internet services for websites, rules and policies for raising money, hiring staff, content and design, distribution, advertising, and feedback. The CD-ROM contains forms, checklists, templates, worksheets, and spreadsheets. Woodard is a publishing business consultant and the co-founder of PC Magazine, PC World, and MacWorld. Hwang, an investigative reporter, works as the editor for the magazine of a nonprofit association. Annotation ©2007 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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    Everything you need to raise awareness, membership and money!

    Nonprofits have certain advantages – passion, motivation, a sense of purpose. But to raise the money and support required to achieve your goals, you need to communicate your mission effectively.

    You can do it -- let Every Nonprofit's Guide to Publishing show you how!

    Practical and hands on, this book shows you how to overcome inexperience and budget constraints -- and produce publications that effectively promote your cause. From developing an idea to distributing the final publication, you'll get the information you need. Find out how to:

      design and print engaging magazines or newsletters create an appealing website locate the best freelancers and vendors develop successful ad sales and fundraising strategies meet IRS and postal requirements for nonprofits use time-tested publishing ideas and resources

      The book includes practical suggestions from veteran insiders, whose experiences range from tiny nonprofit startups to large, established organizations. Plus, you'll get essential forms, checklists, schedules, worksheets, spreadsheets and more to help you reach your publishing goals.



    Nolo
    Effective Publishing for Nonprofits is a must-have for each of the nation’s 1.4 million nonprofit organizations. Magazines, newsletters and websites are key tools for raising money, keeping membership up and furthering the goals of every nonprofit—and there’s no better way to spread the word! But in the business of creating magazines and newsletters, it can be difficult for amateurs to make it—no matter how important the message. In their new book, magazine business consultant Cheryl Woodard and editor Lucia Hwang team up to put professional advice in the hands of the nonprofit community. Readers learn step-by-step how to: • Set goals and present core messages • Manage the business side of a publication • Edit high-quality content • Design and print magazines or newsletters • Create an appealing website • Develop effective marketing and advertising strategies Effective Publishing for Nonprofits gives readers the resources to put their passions into action, helping even the most inexperienced groups get their message out!

  • Publisher: Berkeley, CA : Nolo, 2007
    Edition: 1st ed
    ISBN: 1413306586 (pbk.)
    9781413306583 (pbk.)
    Branch Call Number: 070.594 WOO
    Characteristics: 440 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
    Additional Contributors: Hwang, Lucia

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