The Six P’s of Marketing

The Six P’s of Marketing

Many are familiar with the standard 4 P’s of marketing as they’ve been taught in business classes and schools for decades. These are considered to be the pillars of a strong marketing program. E. Jerome McCarthy was the first person to suggest the four P’s of...
The Six P’s of Marketing

Applause-Worthy Apps to Help you Do More Good!

Check out some of our favorite apps to increase your productivity and build your organization’s brand! Rocketbook* | A great solution for those who wish to leave their computer/tablet out of meetings, but still need notes. *Rocketbook is a slim notebook that can...
The Six P’s of Marketing

Be More Painkiller. Less Vitamin.

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, it was important for nonprofit leaders to be good stewards of dollars and resources used for growing awareness and support. Now it’s essential. In my webinar on May 7th I will be sharing seven ways nonprofits can spend less...
The Six P’s of Marketing

Our One and Only Post on COVID-19

In the wake of COVID-19 landing in the United States, we have all watched our inboxes and social platforms fill with recommendations, resources, rescheduled (or canceled) events, and expert analysis. If the situation doesn’t overwhelm you, the amount of content being...
The Six P’s of Marketing

Creating Your Organization’s Defining Moment

When I was 12 years old my best friend went to Prague with her family and mailed me a postcard.  As I studied the photograph of that faraway place and admired the colorful postage stamp, I vowed that someday I would travel the world too.  That was a defining...
The Six P’s of Marketing

Recognize your Problem.

The Five Stages of Nonprofit Accountability Every rehabilitation program recognizes various levels of problem or success stages. Doing MORE good is about the desire to be better by maximizing your organization’s reach, potential, and impact. It’s also...
The Six P’s of Marketing

#GivingTuesday, a.k.a. The Nonprofit Superbowl

At a conference last year, I met a gentleman from a financial consulting company I’d never heard of. His company’s concept was impressive but its reach and audience were small.  While chatting about the work of DO MORE GOOD, and marketing in general, the man mentioned...