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The Best Listserv Alternatives for Associations and Professional Networks

Forj

Listservs can be a good tool for starting a community, but many organizations outgrow the limited tech capabilities. Relying on a listserv can limit your effectiveness and reach as you grow, so it is worth it to look at alternatives that can help you better serve your community members.

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5 Essential RFP Writing Best Practices for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Engage in online forums, email listservs, and directly with vendors or agencies. Expand your reach by sharing it with different groups, listservs, and affinity networks. Each tip includes additional resources and ideas for getting the best experience for any RFP or hiring your next partner. Read other RFPs to understand what works.

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8 Actionable steps for any nonprofit RFP

EveryAction

Ask friends, share on listservs and with affinity groups, or post it on Prosal to reach consultants around the U.S. Finally, get views on that awesome RFP! You don’t have to turn it into a cattle call, but think of a few places where candidates you don’t know might be able and willing to work with you. Key takeaways.

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5 Proven Tips for Building Your Nonprofits Email List

NetWits

If visitors have to search around the tabs on your site, they may never find your listserve sign up. If you have a link to your Facebook and Twitter at the top of your homepage and your listserve at the bottom, it implies that you prefer to interact with your audience on your social media sites. Clearly marked. With a call to action.

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Updated: Opinion Page Yellow Pages

M+R

One of the most common questions we see on nonprofit listservs is: “Who’s the current op-ed editor at such-and-such-outlet?” This is one of the many tools you can find in the M+R Toolshed. Head on over there to see what other resources we have for nonprofit communications and marketing professionals!

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Opinion Page Yellow Pages

M+R

One of the most common questions we see on nonprofit listservs is: “Who’s the current op-ed editor at such-and-such-outlet?” This is one of the many tools you can find in the M+R Toolshed. Head on over there to see what other resources we have for nonprofit communications and marketing professionals!

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From Offline to Online and Back Again: The Bike Equity Network

NTEN

From building a movement to groundtruthing an organization's policies, a listserv can be a powerful tool for a revolution within and beyond an organization. I am a big fan of email listservs. Adonia Lugo. Bicicultures. They can be a great tool to bring together people virtually who will not cross paths in life.