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  • Protecting Your Data

    By The NonProfit Times — January 8, 2008

    Perhaps more worrisome than security breaches, which occur relatively infrequently outside the university arena, consider industry statistics for data loss, compiled by online back-up firms Data Deposit Box and Protect Data:


    By The NonProfit Times — January 7, 2008

    As nonprofit leaders navigate the ever-changing world of high technology, they find themselves encountering terms that can be arcane or confusing.

  • Fundraising … 10 ideas for making the ask

    By The NonProfit Times — January 7, 2008

    Ten is such a nice, round number. It’s everywhere: The 10 Commandments. David Letterman’s nightly Top 10 lists. How many fingers? Toes? And how high does volume go? That’s right, 10.

  • Donation Idea Had Very Little Spice For Taco Bell

    By The NonProfit Times — January 3, 2008

    Jacob Ellsbury’s stolen base in Game 2 of this past World Series will go down as a minor footnote in the annals of baseball history. For Boston Red Sox fans, the stolen base ended up meaning little in the context of a four-game sweep of the Colorado Rockies.

  • Just a Dancin’ Fool…

    By The NonProfit Times — January 2, 2008

    According to talk-show powerhouse Oprah Winfrey, all it took was a guy, a stage, a spotlight…and some killer dance moves.

  • Web site layout becoming commonplace

    By The NonProfit Times — December 26, 2007

    As the whole idea of technology-related nonprofit operation becomes commonplace, more thought is given to making the best use of what is available.

  • Complex Executive Searches Take Different Directions

    By The NonProfit Times — December 26, 2007

    The complexities of an executive search sometimes reveal an unexpected direction that a nonprofit must take to effectively fill its leadership needs.

  • Ideas for getting started on Web 2.0

    By The NonProfit Times — December 20, 2007

    If nonprofits are serious about reaching a newer and younger audience (read: donors), they should become familiar with a little thing called Web 2.0. The phrase is commonly used to describe the next generation of Web-based communities and services, such as social networking sites like Facebook and MySpace, as well as other programs that help users share content.
    But what does this do for nonprofits? Nonprofits can use social networks to gain access to new donors and advocates, said Marc Sirkin, chief marking officer at the New York City-based International Rescue Committee (IRC), during a recent direct marketing conference.

  • Are Your Automated Web Processes Working For You?

    By The NonProfit Times — December 14, 2007

    By Heather Fignar

  • About Face at FaceBook Is A Good Thing

    By The NonProfit Times — December 14, 2007

    By Holly Ross
    There was a lot of hoopla over the recent announcement by Facebook about its Social Ads program, called Beacon. And by hoopla, I mean near hysteria-level complaining.


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