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 underly whether such a project will succeed, how long it will take, and how much it will cost. Since nonprofits focus on their mission, and not software projects, that is … [Read more...] about Cheap, Fast and Good
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Whether you already have a blog, or are thinking of beginning one, here's a comprehensive article on what you should know - focused to the nonprofit world. from Fundraising Success: Blogging Tips, Traps and Tales In the webinar "Blogging for Nonprofits: Tips, Traps, and Tales" last month, Kivi Leroux Miller, founder of EcoScribe Communications and keeper of the Nonprofit Marketing Guide, covered blogging inside and out, including … [Read more...] about Blogging Tips, Traps and Tales
from Fundraising Success Magazine: You Might Need to Redesign Your Web Site If … For most businesses and organizations, a Web site started out as an online billboard or brochure. As technology has changed - and it has done so at breakneck speed the last several years - Web sites have become online locations where audiences expect to get real services and take actions important to them. “Modernizing” your Web presence - particularly if it … [Read more...] about Is Your Website Tired?
Network for Good, a leading provider of online fundraising services and how-to resources for nonprofits, announced today that it has acquired the ePhilanthropy Foundation, an educational organization helping other nonprofits to use best Internet practices. The move comes as Network for Good seeks to expand its help tools for nonprofits at a time when many small- to medium-sized organizations are struggling to raise funds and need assistance in … [Read more...] about Network for Good to Acquire ePhilanthropy Foundation
from Online Marketer Blog (tip to Miriam Kagan): ROI Of Social Media For Gen Y Audiences (And How To Convince Your Boss) Generation Y - roughly those aged 13-29 - are among the strongest consumers and influencers. And while social media like Facebook, delicious, and Flickr have garnered media attention, many businesses are still wary of dipping a toe in the social media water. I argue that we can gauge return on investment (or … [Read more...] about Do You Understand Social Media Value?