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Your Target Audience: A Lesson from Politics

Posted by on January 15th, 2016
Posted in Blog, Nonprofit Branding, Nonprofit Communications, Nonprofit Fundraising, Nonprofit Messaging

It’s election season. While you might get tired of the constant commercials, news clips, and solicitations, we have to give …

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Amplifying the Good from 2015

Posted by on December 14th, 2015
Posted in Blog, News, Nonprofit Branding, Nonprofit Communications

At Mission Minded, we try our best to live up to our brand promise and tagline—amplify the good—all year round. …

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Writing for the Web—How to Get it Right

Posted by on August 17th, 2015
Posted in Blog, Nonprofit Branding, Nonprofit Communications, Nonprofit Copywriting, Nonprofit Messaging, Nonprofit Web

One of the most rewarding parts of executing a new brand is rolling out a new website. Seeing your organization’s …

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How to Show That Your Arts Organization is Critical

Posted by on February 3rd, 2014
Posted in Blog, Email Campaigns, Nonprofit Branding, Nonprofit Communications, Nonprofit Copywriting, Nonprofit Fundraising, Nonprofit Messaging, Performing Arts

If you’re responsible for raising money for an arts organization, you know this challenge: your donor appreciates your mission and …

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The Minute Message Model in Action: Women’s Vision

Posted by on March 19th, 2013
Posted in Blog, Nonprofit Communications, Nonprofit Messaging, Nonprofit Training, Storytelling

Joanna Murray, CEO of Women’s Vision, expertly employs Mission Minded’s Minute Message Model in this clip from Denver’s ABC 7 …

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Framing the Issue: How Obama Won the War of Words

Posted by on November 8th, 2012
Posted in Blog, Nonprofit Communications, Nonprofit Messaging, Storytelling

“To frame an issue is to reduce it to a story for which there is only one possible outcome.”—Geoff Nunberg, …

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