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Leveraging Petitions for Online Fundraising

Connection Cafe

It’s hard to get people’s attention these days. Inboxes are chock-full of appeals from retailers, political candidates, and other nonprofit organizations, all competing for the same eyeballs. And with the midterm elections just around the corner, your supporters will only be more distracted.

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Tips for Activating a Culture of Wellbeing in the Nonprofit Workplace

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Last month, I was honored to present and facilitate an all-day workshop for nonprofit leaders at the Oregon Nonprofit Leadership Conference on how to activate a culture of well being in the nonprofit workplace, based on my book, The Happy Healthy Nonprofit: Strategies for Impact without Burnout.

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The Ultimate Membership Renewal Guide

Wild Apricot

If you are looking for ideas to refresh your membership renewal process, you’re not alone! With access to thousands of organization across North America, we decided to conduct an extensive survey on their membership renewal practices. We combined the results from that survey to research conducted by the Membership Marketing Benchmarking Report (published by Marketing General Incorporated) and other sources to create this helpful guide

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The 7 Deadly Sins of Asking for Donations

NonProfit Hub

Even after loads of practice, asking for donations can make our palms sweat and our hair stand up. It’s not easy, and it shouldn’t be — after all, you’re asking people to part with their hard-earned money. But don’t worry: as long as you avoid these common mistakes, your fundraising efforts will be just fine — even if your palms are still a little sweaty. Asking for open-ended amounts.

The Keys to Successful Nonprofit Digital Teams

Connection Cafe

Earlier this year I released the 2018 Nonprofit Digital Teams Report in partnership with Jason Mogus, principal consultant at NetChange Consulting.

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Help I Just Lost My Google Ad Grant

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Note from Beth: George Weiner from Whole Whale wrote this insightful piece about the Google Ad Grant program. He kindly offered to let me republish here. . Help I Just Lost My Google Ad Grant – Guest Post by George Weiner.

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90 Cycling Clubs Use This #1 Cycling Club Software

Wild Apricot

If you want to spend more time on the road, and less time sitting around in the office managing your club, Cycling Club Software may be for you.

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Planned Giving 101: What Nonprofits Need to Know

Everyaction

One of today’s biggest areas of growth for nonprofit fundraising is Planned Giving. It is estimated that over the next 25 years nearly $6 trillion will transfer to charitable organizations through bequests, trusts and other planned gifts.

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How Will You Turn Those New Ideas into Action?

Museum 2.0

You've just come home from a conference. You finished a book. You aced that course. What are you going to do with all the notes in your journal and ideas in your head?

65 Fraternities & Sororities Use This #1 Fraternity Management Software

Wild Apricot

Need a quick and easy way to send email blasts to your chapter? Hate all the paperwork involved in processing dues? How about standing at the front of an event to collect all the ticket fees? Fraternity Management Software is something that can make your life much easier, so you can get back to bonding with the brotherhood (or sisterhood

Work with People – Not Paperwork

Vertex Systems

Ask any DSP: the most rewarding aspect of their job is working with people – not performing hours of manual data entry or carting around a 10-foot stack of paperwork while out in the field.

The Importance Of Goals In Decision Making

Eric Jacobsen Blog

The book, The Decision Makeoever , by Mike Whitaker presents a fascinating look at decision making and the importance of decision size and timing.

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One Size Fits All

ASU Lodestar Center

posted by Jacque Ahrenberg Senior Consultant Rayvan Group JAhrenberg@TheRayvanGroup.com. The one-size-fits-all mentality may work with buying a hat but it is not an effective way to attract new donors to your nonprofit.

This Is A Manager With Class

Eric Jacobsen Blog

AMACOM's (of the American Management Association) sixth edition of the best-selling book, The First-Time Manager -- originally published in 1981 is a must-read for new managers and leaders in business.

How To Identify A Leader During An Interview

Eric Jacobsen Blog

The next time you are interviewing a candidate and you want to access their leadership skills, consider asking the candidate these questions: What personal qualities define you as a leader? Describe a situation when these qualities helped you lead others.

Stop Selling And Start Leading

Eric Jacobsen Blog

“Today’s savvy buyers are impatient with old-school selling tactics and stereotypical sales behaviors,” explain the authors of the new book, Stop Selling And Start Leading: How to Make Extraordinary Sales Happen.

Step Up Book Co-Authors Answer Questions About Leadership

Eric Jacobsen Blog

The book, Step Up , shows readers how to step up to the plate during six critical leadership moments. Readers learn how to: Use anger intelligently in the workplace. Recognize and deal with terminal politeness. Make decisions when no one else is making them.

The Entrepreneur's Guide To Hiring

Eric Jacobsen Blog

New or seasoned entrepreneur. Small or large business. Ample or limited budget. There is a new book just for you that teaches you how to strategically recruit people with the values and goals that will drive your venture forward.

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