Three New Categories Launched as Annual Nonprofit Tagline Awards Open
Twitter users can follow the 2010 Nonprofit Tagline Awards via the hashtag #taggies.
The Getting Attention Nonprofit Tagline Awards Program has four generous sponsors this year: Blackbaud, sponsoring the fundraising campaign category; Event360, sponsoring the special event tagline category; and general sponsors Eventbrite and See3 Communications.
THE GETTING ATTENTION NONPROFIT TAGLINE AWARDS
The annual Getting Attention Nonprofit Tagline Awards program came about whenso many powerful taglines were submitted to the Getting Attention survey on nonprofit taglines, and is designed to motivate and guide nonprofit organizations to put effective taglines to work.
A list of 2008 and 2009 award winners can be found here: http://gettingattention.org/nonprofit-taglines/award-winners.html
THE NONPROFIT TAGLINE SURVEY
The Getting Attention Nonprofit Tagline Survey, implemented in 2008, investigated styles, usage trends, what’s working and what’s not in nonprofit taglines based on data provided by 1,900 nonprofit communicators working in organizations across 11 vertical sectors and countless locations (mostly in the United States).
Survey findings are available in the 2009 Getting Attention Nonprofit Tagline Report.
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