from Altitude Branding: 3 Reasons Why Expertise Costs Money There is a ton of information out on the web that’s free, and it’s given us a bit of an expectation that things we find on the internet shouldn’t cost us anything. But I just don’t understand the griping and whining … [Read more...] about Are We Entitled to Free?
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from BrianSolis.com: The Information Divide Between Traditional And New Media In the era of the real-time web, information travels at a greater velocity than the infrastructure of mainstream media can support as it exists today. As events materialize, the access to social … [Read more...] about The Information Divide
from frogloop: Cheap, Fast, and Good. Can Nonprofits have them All? When a nonprofit organization is beginning the process of doing a software implementation (such as a new website, or a new CRM or donation management product,) it is often unaware of the things that might … [Read more...] about Cheap, Fast and Good
from Philanthropy 2173: In a changing landscape, whither the 501c3? For almost a century, 501c3 nonprofits have held a privileged place in our communities and in our tax code. They are provided tax exempt status, and supporters can deduct their contributions to these … [Read more...] about Is It Time To Rethink 501(c)(3) Designation
from Civil Society Fundraising: Well-advised: How charities can work with philanthropy advisor This role of philanthropy advisor is one increasingly played by private banks, law firms, accountants and family offices across Europe. The last 12 to 18 months has seen a huge … [Read more...] about Working With Philanthropic Advisors