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If nonprofits know what’s “good” for them, they’ll make sure to bookmark this blog. With more than 100,000 monthly visitors, the site has established a significant digital footprint, making it a must-read for nonprofits.
If Kickstarter is the crowdfunding life force for startup entrepreneurship, Classy is its nonprofit sibling. But the site offers more than just a fundraising platform; its blog is a resource for best practices, insights and ideas for nonprofit technology.
At TechSoup, readers can expect a piping-hot serving of IT insights and advice. The posts here range from the very practical, such as wondering if Windows 8 can be loaded onto an old machine, to the more philosophical, such as imagining how digital currency could affect nonprofits in the future.
Contents1 Identify Your Nonprofit's Goals2 Know Your Audience3 Get Your Organization Ready4 Important Caveat: You Are Not Your User!5 Further Reading WordPress is great because it makes getting started on your website quick and easy-maybe a little too easy. Before you get started on your website, make sure you've done the planning and preparation necessary to make...
In the quest to track and manage relationships in the cloud, things can get a little scary. The team at Cloud 4 Good, a Salesforce implementation firm, is here to provide best practices and support to help make things a little less daunting. Consider the firm the Cloud Crusaders.
The church is increasingly being enveloped by a digital layer. Steve Fogg, communications pastor at Crossway Baptist Church in Australia, offers his experience and insights in integrating digital communications into faith and worship.
What leadership qualities support improving nonprofit's impact through effective use of technology? I was co-facilitator of the Impact Leadership Track of NTEN's Leading Change Summit in San Francisco in 2014, so I reflected on those leadership qualities and here are four I have found to be vital to impact.
Everything is ripe for innovation, and as a digital content manager for the Baltimore Museum of Art, Suse Cairns is interested in pushing the envelope. The blog aims to tackle some pretty tough discussions, such as identifying when a “museum experience” has taken place.
The mind is what attracts things into your life. You may think negative and discouraging thoughts, which will turn around and manifest those thoughts into your life. The same goes for a positive/encouraging mind. This is a huge reason you may think your day keeps getting worse.
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