“Big data” may be among the latest buzzwords but that doesn’t mean that it’s off limits to small nonprofits.
Multichannel donors have higher retention, tend to make larger and more gifts, and have a higher lifetime value. So what is your nonprofit waiting for?
More than half of all Internet content is video. Some 4 billion hours of video are viewed on YouTube every month and more than 350 million videos are annually shared on Twitter.
Taking the money and running can be great short-term policy, but nonprofit managers know that long-term strategy is essential for long-term success.
Securing a sponsor can be a huge help to a nonprofit, either in just helping it to meet day-to-day expenses or expand its outreach.
The case statement is the building block of your organization, but particularly in your organization’s plan to move people to make donations.
Although the term “networking” might be of recent vintage, the concept is as old as humanity. Recently, however, the idea has become more popular and the application of the idea has become more intensified.
The desire to offer cultural enrichment is a strong one in the nonprofit sector, but, as with most things in life, a good intention or great idea doesn’t always yield happy results.
Even the best manager needs good players to produce championships. Ideas and motivation can be wasted unless the team has members who can perform at the highest levels.
Without systems and processes in place, everything looks like an emergency, especially when it comes to the world of nonprofit websites. With non-techies spotting problems and employees who know something about technology but aren’t really a full-time IT person, it’s even more important to develop these systems.