Top 10 Posts of All-Time from “Michael Rosen Says…”

I want to do something a bit different in this post. While I’ve ranked my posts in a given year to give you a Top-10 list, I’ve never before ranked all of my posts. So, I thought it would be interesting to do so now.

Here are links to my Top 10 Most-Read Posts of All Time:

1.  Can a Nonprofit Return a Donor’s Gift?

2.  Survey Sounds Alarm Bell for Nonprofit Sector

3.  5 Things Never to Do in Your Phone Fundraising Calls

4.  How NOT to Run a Capital Campaign

5.  Does CFRE Have a Future?

6.  10 Tips to Save You from Becoming a Horrible Warning

7.  6 Ways to Raise More Money without New Donors!

8.  9 Things a Nonprofit Organization Should Never Do with Twitter

9.  5 Words or Phrases that Can Cause Donors to Cringe

10. 8 Valuable Insights from a Major Donor

If you’re looking for more to read, I encourage you to browse the “Readers Recommend” section at The Nonprofit Bookstore (powered by Amazon). You’ll find books that inspire and get results.

If you’d like a free copy of an e-book from noted philanthropy researcher Russell James, JD, PhD, CFP, go to the “Email Subscription” section in the right-hand column and enter your email address to subscribe to my blog. I’ll send you a confirmation with the link to James’ book.

If you have a personal favorite post, I’d like to hear what it is so please let me know.

That’s what Michael Rosen says… What do you say?

3 Responses to “Top 10 Posts of All-Time from “Michael Rosen Says…””

  1. Thanks for sharing your knowledge. Even though I’m not currently in the fundraising / development world, I find much of what you write to be applicable in many different industries, which is why I keep reading.


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