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Video Interview: Blue State Digital

Paul Acocella, Nonprofit Technology News Contributor, talks with Blue State Digital, a digital communication firm, about online & offline nonprofit constituent strategy and the technology used to implement campaigns. They cover setting expectations, email broadcast platform selection, constituent relationship management CRM, campaign analytics, fundraising and advocacy.

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Managing Volunteers

Volunteers are vital to the success of many non-profit organizations. Volunteers perform a variety of tasks within the organization, but coordinating the volunteers is often a full time job. Read more...

Real Simple Syndication Is Not Always So Simple

rssiconThere’s a really important tool that your nonprofit can use to help spread your message across the Web, but many people are so confused that they’re skipping it entirely.  It’s the inclusion of an “RSS” button on your site or blog. Read more...

6 Steps to Running a Successful Auction

auction_gavelAccording to Charles Wickins, the English Auctioneer "a good auction is more of an art than a science". Still there are a few steps an organization can take to ensure their auction is a success.

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BiddingForGood: Bring High-Tech to the Silent Auction

bidMany non-profits use silent auctions as part of their regular fundraising efforts. It is a low-tech but reliable way to raise funds. Now a new service by BiddingForGood, an online auction site that caters to charities, a non-profit equivalent of eBay, promises to bring high-tech to the silent auction.

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Taking Your Nonprofit's Web Site Mobile

smartphones1Does your nonprofit organization need a mobile version of your web site? Chances are that it does. A mobile site is a version that is accessed by those who are using their smartphones or other mobile devices, and they are generally used a bit differently than a regular web site. Read more...

Why Pin: Pinterest for Non-Profits

Pinterest_PrimaryLogo_Red_RGBA new social media tool is generating a buzz in the non-profit community, Pinterest. Pinterest is a social network where users use a virtual bulletin board, just like a real bulletin board, to display things that inspire them. Read more...

Social Media: Facebook, Twitter and Other Properties

social-media-pplWhy are so many non-profits adopting a social media strategy? The answer is simple, because social media offers a way to connect instantly with donors. Read more...

Network for Good: Helping Non-Profits Reach Donors

networkforgoodNetwork for Good offers a one-stop shop for nonprofits looking for easy to use fundraising services. The services are subscription based and include donation management, email support management and event management.

 

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Using Facebook to Raise Funds

191338-facebookFacebook has become interwoven into the modern communication landscape. Many organizations have recognized this trend and chosen to create their own pages in order to spread brand awareness, communicate directly with supporters, and even solicit salesand donations. The power of social mediais real, and when you have an audience that has opted in to read your communications, you are that much further along in creating loyal donors and volunteers. Read more...

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