Professional development can help you get to your ultimate career destination, but there are many paths to get there, according to James Weinberg, founder and CEO of Boston-based Commongood Careers.
Barack Obama’s presidential campaign sold a staggering amount of merchandise that became a business unto itself. The most popular item? A 5-inch-car magnet.
Does your organization have a Google Grant AdWords account? If the answer is “yes,” the next question is — do you know how to optimize Google Grant AdWords?
Do you think you are ready for a capital campaign? Think again, according to Jane F. Karlin, vice president of mission advancement at The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), based in White Plains, N.Y.
Documentation is important. Financial reporting controls are important.
You want to expand your online influence. Great. Now, what do you do? Clinton O’Brien from Care2 spoke during Blackbaud’s 2008 Conference for Nonprofits about what you should keep in mind when creating your online strategy — and it doesn’t end at creating a Web site.
Knowing how to reach potential donors is an essential part of fundraising.
Fundraising for Barack Obama’s presidential campaign and fundraising for nonprofits really isn’t all that different. Forget for a moment that the campaign raised hundreds of millions of dollars online, and focus on the concepts used in raising that money.
Are your email subscribers quick to delete your emails or are your open rates sluggish? Your online subscribers might be suffering from email fatigue. The best way to help them is to make your email easier, according to Lee E. Miller, managing director at NegotiationPlus.com, based in Morristown, N.J.
Bob Dylan sang that “the times they are a changing.” When it comes to fundraising, Judith Nichols agrees.
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