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6 Trends That Will Impact the Social Good Sector in 2017

Connection Cafe

We’re just a few weeks in and already 2017 is shaping up to be a roller coaster of a year. With the constant changes, innovations, and breaking news impacting the sector, staying focused on the work that matters will be key for all of us.

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12 Advanced Google Tricks


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29 of the Best Nonprofit Event Management Software Tools

Wild Apricot

If you’re looking to raise more money and make managing your events easier, here’s a list of 29 event management software tools that can help you out. It’s my hope that you browse the list and discover one or two new tools that are perfectly suited for your organization’s needs.

The Name Game: How to Choose the Best Words for Your Domain

Byte Technology

So many crucial elements go into designing and running a successful website. An eye-catching design; award-winning content; a strong and reliable host server; an intuitive and engaging user experience—the best websites incorporate all these things and more, and missing the boat on one or more of them can spell doom for an e-commerce or blog site. However, even the most stand-out site owners don’t give enough thought to one simple facet: choosing the right domain name.

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6 Reasons Your Organization Should Implement Supporter-Led Campaigns in 2017

Connection Cafe

As nonprofit leaders look ahead and think about how to significantly expand the impact of their advocacy campaigns, there is one key tactic that may be your secret to punching above your weight: Supporter-Led Campaigns.

Facebook and Instagram's Latest Marketing Tools for Nonprofits


Social media marketing has become an integral part of building online community and advocacy. Through social media channels nonprofits are able to engage directly with their audiences, fundraise a bit, and have important conversations about the critical issues they work on.

Association Membership Jobs This Week – January 19


Here are some cool jobs, hand-picked by me, that you can find via the SocialFish job board ! We focus on jobs in social media , membership, marketing , communications , PR , advocacy , and digital.

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Cultivating Donor Loyalty By Differentiating Your Nonprofit Brand

Connection Cafe

With the abundance of nonprofit organizations, it can be difficult for the average would-be donor to choose one over another. Frankly, it’s even difficult at times for staff and volunteers to differentiate.

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5 Proven Online Donor Stewardship Techniques You Can Start Today

John Haydon

With online donations becoming the go-to way for donors to make contributions, it’s not surprising that donor stewardship should include ways to cultivate relationships online. Online stewardship adds variety to your outreach.

#CMAD is coming up soon!!!


REMINDER. Mark your calendars for Community Manager Appreciation Day on Monday January 23! ALL INFO WILL BE AT THE #CMAD hashtag, on or on the Facebook event page !

Four Rules that Apply to Nonprofit Corporations

NonProfit Hub

Nonprofit corporations are a crucial part of our economy and serve a variety of individuals and interests. One of the unique elements of nonprofits is the way they are formed and function. Nonprofits operate differently than for-profit LLCs and Corporations.

Trainer’s Tip: Your Room Set Up Can Make or Break the Learning Experience

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Yesterday, I spent a day facilitating leadership workshops for arts leaders attending the Art House Convergence Conference near Park City, Utah. on personal and organizational resilience based on the ideas in my new book, The Happy Healthy Nonprofit.

How to use the Pareto Principle to Boost Marketing ROI

John Haydon

The Pareto Principle, aka the 80:20 rule, was named after an Italian pea farmer named Pareto. Pareto discovered that 80% of his peas came from 20% of the pods in his garden.

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Sold Out! One Simple Change Filled This Club’s Events Like Never Before

Wild Apricot

If your organization’s main form of accepting member dues and event registrations is through check or cash, there’s a good chance you’re missing out on registrations, new members and even cash flow. Find out how this club began to fill up their events simply by beginning to offer online registrations and payments. online payments

Feedback Surveys: A Simple Tip for Success

NonProfit Hub

Why feedback surveys are a must-have. Leaders who don’t listen will eventually be surrounded by people who have nothing to say.” Andy Stanley. Whether you know it or not, your nonprofit is a leader within its community.

The New York Times Says Text Messages Can Help Underprivileged Students Enroll in College

Mobile Commons

A college education is increasingly important. According to Pew , college graduates earn more, are 3x less likely to be unemployed, and are dramatically less likely to live in poverty. Yet many lower-income students never make it to college – even after they’ve been accepted.

Top 5 Nonprofit Conferences for 2017

John Haydon

There are so many amazing nonprofit conferences to choose from, many more than even just 3 years ago! So trying to figure out which conferences to attend can be daunting. Here are 5 of the most notable, can’t-miss nonprofit conferences in 2017 (in no particular order).

Two Opportunities at the MAH: MuseumCamp and an Incredible Job

Museum 2.0

Dear Museum 2.0 friends, I want to share two great opportunities to get involved at the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History in 2017. APPLY TO MUSEUMCAMP.

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How to Up Your Digital Marketing and Fundraising Game in 2017

Tech Soup Blog

The new year is a perfect planning opportunity as your organization sets its sights on new goals and outcomes for the next 12 months.

Pamal Broadcasting Keeps Local Residents Informed & Safe through Instant Alerts

Mobile Commons

Winter is a chaotic time for many communities. Snow storms strike, schools close, and many institutions must reschedule their events. But organizations have trouble spreading the news before teachers, students, and members trek through the bad weather to find a locked door.

ASU Nonprofit Leadership Alliance Students Took AMI By Storm

ASU Lodestar Center

by Anne Kotleba, Program Coordinator, Nonprofit Leadership Alliance. Just days after we rang in the new year, a storm blew through Denver, Colorado.

What Does Your 2017 Digital Strategy Look Like?


Each nonprofit has a unique approach to how they how they fund their digital strategy, build digital teams, and set their digital strategy goals. We want to know about it! Online Advocacy Nonprofit fundraising Social Media Marketing

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What We’re Reading

See What's Out There

Here are just a few things the team at See3 are reading this week about technology, philanthropy, social change, and more. Tell what you’re reading this week in the comments! Show me the money (or where it’s going) Fast Company: Givedirectly, a mobile charitable donation app, has launched GDLive, which allows recipients to post first-person accounts […]. The post What We’re Reading appeared first on The See3 Blog.

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Top 5 Mobile Articles to Read This Week

Mobile Commons

Here’s how millennials are impacting the future of communication Business Insider explores the shifting trends in communication. As email declines, chat apps and text messaging are on the rise.

Choosing a Capital Campaign Consultant: 6 Expert Tips

Donor Search

If you’re looking to hire a capital campaign consultant, then you probably know that they can be a valuable asset to your campaign. However, finding the right professional for your nonprofit isn’t always easy.

How To Lead And Live

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Here are some of my favorite leadership and life tips and advice from William Arthur Ward , one of America's most quoted writers of inspirational maxims: Do more than belong: participate. Do more than care: help. Do more than believe: practice. Do more than be fair: be kind.

This Week's Three Tips For Leaders

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Be Decisive A manager who can't make a decision or who can't make a timely decision will frustrate his/her employees. Equally bad, a lack of decision will impede the progress of the manager's team. Some managers make endless requests for data as a way to postpone their having to make a decision.

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How To Be A Developing Leader

Eric Jacobsen Blog

One of my favorite lessons from the book, The DNA of Leadership , is the importance of being a developing leader.

How To Achieve Extraordinary Results

Eric Jacobsen Blog

“Making small changes to reach big goals is the answer,” says entrepreneur and bestselling author Michael Alden in his book, 5 % MORE: Making Small Changes To Achieve Extraordinary Results. “If

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Eric Jacobsen Blog

Here are some great tips from Michelle Tillis Lederman's book, The 11 Laws of Likability.

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