It’s a new year. Time to think about your nonprofit’s annual report. The project may seem daunting – people often approach it as their one opportunity to tell EVERYTHING the nonprofit has done for the past twelve months – all the programs, all the activities, all the issues, all the supporters. In this first of a three-part series, we’ll talk about what REALLY needs to be included and cut out all the extraneous material so we can produce something interesting to read.
V2 Marketing Communications Blog
Well, folks, the world has not come to an apocalyptic end. Big surprise there. But the year has, and the staff at V2 Marketing has provided our website visitors with some fantastic marketing tips and information in our blog in 2012. In today’s post, we’ll round up our top 10 most popular articles as determined by you, our online visitor.
I learned at an early age the usefulness of a grid system. I may not have known what one was at the time but it was something engrained into my subconscious. While playing with my matchbox cars I couldn’t just park them all willy-nilly like my friends. They had to line up in rows. If playing on the linoleum, they had to at least line up with the pattern. This may have also been a result of my undiagnosed OCD, but for this blog we’ll go with the grid.
Think back on the first book you read—that you really loved. For me that book was The Color Kittens. This was a Little Golden Book—one of those inexpensive (29¢!) paper and cardboard squares.