A round-up of recent tidings heard around the non-profit world... By The Numbers: Web Counts – Do Visitors Matter? Web statistics can overload you with information about site visitors – where they live, how long they spent on your site, what Web browser they are using and mo … [Read more...] about News. Tips. and More.
With all the talk about social media, here's a simple story that illustrates the forces shaping this "new technology that makes everyone a producer and tools that give everyone a chance to have a say." [vimeo]http://www.vimeo.com/1083838?pg=embed&sec=1083838[/vimeo] … [Read more...] about Social Media in Plain English
Harness the power of the Web to expand your candidate pool. On-line social networking is all about connecting people in dynamic and new ways. A small investment of time in on-line social networking can yield big results for an organization's ability to reach new audiences with … [Read more...] about Recruiting 2.0: Using On-line Social Networking to Attract Top Talent
So writes Rob Eshman in today's Jewish Journal. "It turns out the success of many other Jewish outreach initiatives boils down to this same formula. Think of the new minyans and congregations who don't ask for a dime but offer a great spiritual experience. Think of Chabad, … [Read more...] about Excellent + Relevant + Free = Huge Success
According to The Chronicle of Philanthropy, Despite a slowing economy, American foundations reported an average annual return on investments of 9.9 percent for 2007, a rate that was down from the year before but higher than the average of what foundations said they had hoped … [Read more...] about Foundation Investments Grew by Nearly 10% in ’07