When a supporter or potential donor visits your charity’s website from a tablet or smart phone, it’s not the same experience as if they visited via a laptop or desktop. It’s important to take that into account when considering your nonprofit’s mobile website.
Fundraisers know it’s not all about the money, it’s about the relationship. But money’s an important part. If you’re using a direct mail piece, you have to let the copy do the talking and build the relationship.
Just as new challenges have caused nonprofit managers to utilize innovative approaches, the concept of enterprise risk management (ERM) requires a new kind of thinking for minimizing or handling risk.
Like it or not, leadership is usually a full-time gig. It carries responsibilities, even off the clock.
Strong founders and leaders can make strong organizations that last for a long time, but the departure of a strong leader can leave an organization much weaker than just the loss of one executive. A bad transition can have repercussion far beyond a rough couple of weeks.
If you’re not careful, the budget could be the most boring part of a grant proposal. You don’t want management’s eyes glazing over while reading it or they’ll never approve the budget.
People with a lot of money can be a great source of support for nonprofit causes. That does not mean, however, that they can be taken for granted, either as a never-ending fountain of cash or as people who know all there is to know about charitable giving.
Anyone reading the news lately might not think of the Arab world as a wellspring of philanthropic thought, but it should be remembered that the Middle East is a diverse area, with many people.
Google Analytics is more than just click-through and conversion rates. These 10 analytics, as discussed in WebLink International’s e-book, “Top 10 Things Your Association Should Manage In Google Analytics,” can help you segment and target your audiences better than ever.
When news of sexual assault on younger players by older ones ended the season for the Sayreville High School football team in New Jersey in the fall of 2014, the favorite buzzword in the air was the “culture” of the football program. It was bad, or so the media reported.
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