How to Cut Your Nonprofit's Website Management Time in Half
How to End Your Nonprofit Data Nightmares Once and For All
Many nonprofit staff members complain about how much time they spend on their website. It’s a timesuck.
Unfortunately, you can’t just stop managing your website. But, every hour spent updating and managing your website is an hour that you can’t spend working with constituents, raising funds, or planning events.
Death by 1,000 Data Points: Why The Wrong Data Is Killing Your Nonprofit
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before.
You’re trolling through your organization’s database, trying to run a report that gives you a list of top donors or folks who haven’t given in a while or some other useful, obvious thing you’d want to pull out of your database.
But things don’t seem quite right.
9 Cheap (or Free) Data Visualization Tools That Don't Require IT Support
When most nonprofits start trying to use their data as a decision-making tool, no one warns them about its dark side.
In reality, there are metrics that will actually lead you astray and waste your time if you focus on them. Let's talk about why data might actually be hurting your nonprofit instead of helping it.
Baby Steps: How to Cut The Confusion and Start Using Data to Improve Your Cause Marketing
Sometimes, you can't use your data because your software lacks a feature or tool you need. Waiting for a consultant or someone in IT to run the report manually isn't a great long-term solution, either.
So in the spirit of self-serve data, here are nine different tools you can use to interact with your own data without any outside help.
How to Raise $60 Million: The Secret Weapon Obama's Team Used in the 2008 Election
Let’s discuss how your organization can get past confusion about data and start using it as a tool to generate continuous improvement in your cause marketing.
SEO for Nonprofits Part 2: How to Develop and Execute an SEO Strategy for Your Nonprofit
Little things like colors, words, and design can make all the difference. And your organization can adopt the same testing principles and strategies that the Obama team used to generate huge amounts of email sign-ups, event registrations, and online donations.
5 Common Data Mistakes Nonprofits Make With Their CRM
In this post, I’ll be explaining some of the strategy and underlying tactics that go into executing successful SEO for a nonprofit.
Whether your data is in a state-of-the-art CRM, or just a bunch of file cabinets in the basement, success requires getting organized and having discipline. Software is great, but it can’t compensate (yet) for poor judgment or sloppy execution.