I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been asked to speak about putting for-profit marketing strategies to work for nonprofits. But now that the economy is in the dumps, and everyone’s challenged by too-small marketing budgets, perspectives are changing.
Get this: I just got a request from the South Florida chapter of the American Marketing Association to present on putting nonprofit marketing strategies to work for for-profits.
The best nonprofit marketers are innovative, scrappy, resourceful and persistent; qualities that should be shared by all marketers so they can do the most with whatever budget they have. I’m pleased to see that recession-based budget cuts are propagating that understanding.
Now how much should I really tell?
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