from Giving in a digital world: Social Media is not killing Email - so what’s your next excuse for not using Email as well as you could? Each time we see a significant evolution in the way consumers communicate there is always a temptation to jump to the conclusion that the … [Read more...] about Email: RIP or Not?
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by Steve Rakitt We read so much about “high tech” ways of reaching donors that we may forget that the “high touch” approach is still very much desired and required. A recent change in the way the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta is doing business blends both. Faced with … [Read more...] about The Old Becomes New Again
from frogloop: Is Your Nonprofit Cultivating Women Donors? Is your nonprofit reaching women and harnessing their power for social change? If your nonprofit is not actively marketing to women and recruiting them, your organization is missing out on major fundraising … [Read more...] about Best Practices in Marketing to Women
from Mashable: The Future of the Non-Profit Internet Earlier this month, Pew Internet released its annual Future of the Internet report. The survey of 900 leaders forecasts the future direction of online media. In turn non-profit strategists can glean insights into the … [Read more...] about Imagining the Internet
from Debra Askanase, Nonprofit Collaboration: Doesn't It Make the Pie Bigger? In the digital age, no one is interested in only your services and products. We've grown up in a competitive world. But now it's a cooperative world: coopetition is becoming the means to success. We … [Read more...] about Welcome to the Cooperative World