[FREE WEBINAR] 5 Trends Shaping the Future of Fundraising in 2020

Nonprofit Tech for Good

To answer this question, the team at Classy has researched and identified five trends they believe will impact the nonprofit fundraising space the most. Date: Tuesday, August 13, 2019. Time: 1pm EDT / 10am PDT. Presented by: Elizabeth McDonough of Classy.

[Free Webinar] 10 Ways Personalization Can Increase Donor Engagement

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Do you find yourself asking these questions: How to I optimize donor engagement? Date: Tuesday, July 9, 2019. Time: 1pm EDT / 10am PDT. Presented by: Virginia Weinstein of StatusLIVE. How do I keep my donors happy? How can I increase response rates? How to I retain my donors?

Lame spam of the day: Fake eFaxes

Robert Weiner

But I was suspicious that it was asking me to click on a link (pointing to a server in Germany) rather than open an attachment. Please visit www.eFax.com/en/efax/twa/page/help if you have any questions regarding this message or your service. This one's scary since I'm an eFax user. There were lots of warnings in 2010 about fake eFax messages delivering malware. I don't know what this one does and don't intend to find out. Here's what they look like.

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Quick Hit: Five Great Links

Museum 2.0

Three intrepid blog managers are soliciting contributions from all over the world, and so far, there are posts from Belarus, Canada, Germany, Northern Ireland, Russia, Sweden, Ukraine, and the US. This week, a kitchen sink of inspiring bits.

5 Key Insights from the 2010 Global State of the Nonprofit.

NonProfit Trends

Responses were received from 2,383 individuals in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, India, the Netherlands, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States. One Fundraising Approach Doesn’t Fit All: When asked to rank the fundraising efforts that are the top drivers of donations to the organization, respondents from Australia, France, Germany, New Zealand and the U.S. Fewer than half report such requests in Canada, France, Germany, and Italy.

Make it Rain: Using the Google AdWords Grant to Drive Impact

Tech Soup Blog

Think backwards — your site is the answer, what is the question? Why AdWords? Most grant applications for your nonprofit are long, complicated, and stress-inducing for your entire development team. Are you sick of working on logframes?

How partnership drove success for the Big Blue Test

John Haydon

A German diabetes advocacy group offered to do the same in German: we received 2% of the total views from Germany. Questions for Manny? A fews weeks ago, Manny Hernandez, of Diabetes Hands Foundation launched his BigBlueTest campaign.

Just *Who* is Still Using IE6 Anyhow?

Idealware

First of all, I found that I was not alone in asking this question. If you check out IE6 Countdown apparently the answer to our core question lies in big companies like Intel and the countries of China, South Korea and surprisingly India and Japan.

Metro4All — Making All Metro Systems Accessible

Tech Soup Blog

It is now a diverse international group with team members in Russia, Belarus, Poland, Germany, and the U.S. When I asked Maxim Dubinin the inevitable sustainability question, he said that he worked as a techie for a Russian NGO for six years before starting his own company.

A Twitter follower is worth $0.24

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

In addition, seeing that donations came from different countries, there were questions surrounding paying with credit cards and with foreign currency. Flickr Photo by Sugarpond.

Reflections on MuseumNext and Facilitating Brainstorming

Museum 2.0

The groupwork was not easy; few participants knew each other or the institutions in question before showing up the first night. Last week, Jim Richardson and I hosted MuseumNext , a 24-hour workshop for museum professionals focused on bringing new, wild museum projects into the world.

NPO Evaluation, IE6, Still Waters for Wave

Idealware

Here are a few updates topics I've posted on in the last few months: Nonprofit Assessment The announcement that GuideStar , Charity Navigator and others would be moving away from the 990 form as their primary source for assessing nonprofit performance raised a lot of interesting questions, such as "How will assessments of outcomes be standardized in a way that is not too subjective?"

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Top 10 SXSW Interactive Panels Your Nonprofit Should Attend - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

Frogloop

The audience will have ample opportunity to ask questions and respond. Panelist: Julie Barko Germany, Director, Institute for Politics Democracy & the Internet 9. Or if anyone has any SXSW questions, this is my 4th so I might have some answers. :) See you at the Poetry Slam!

Revamped Politics Online Conference Ready for Its Closeup - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

Frogloop

Julie Germany, the Deputy Director, thoroughly understands the web, is constantly digging behind the trends, and has made some interesting changes in planning POLC08.

Les Liaisons Dangereuses

Gavin's Digital Diner

It was all a question of feeding the right wires to the right alligator, holding your tongue in the right position, while simultaneously dialing the phone with your feet. That was Switzerland, this is Germany. Connectivity is dangerous.

Les Liaisons Dangereuses

Gavin's Digital Diner

It was all a question of feeding the right wires to the right alligator, holding your tongue in the right position, while simultaneously dialing the phone with your feet. That was Switzerland, this is Germany. Connectivity is dangerous. The fricative sounds of German wafting through the open windows of today’s hotel room reminded me of that fact, reminded me of a misadventure long past, a memory from a time when connectivity took a modem and a phone line.

Les Liaisons Dangereuses

Gavin's Digital Diner

It was all a question of feeding the right wires to the right alligator, holding your tongue in the right position, while simultaneously dialing the phone with your feet. That was Switzerland, this is Germany. Connectivity is dangerous. The fricative sounds of German wafting through the open windows of today’s hotel room reminded me of that fact, reminded me of a misadventure long past, a memory from a time when connectivity took a modem and a phone line.

Les Liaisons Dangereuses

Gavin's Digital Diner

It was all a question of feeding the right wires to the right alligator, holding your tongue in the right position, while simultaneously dialing the phone with your feet. That was Switzerland, this is Germany. Connectivity is dangerous. The fricative sounds of German wafting through the open windows of today’s hotel room reminded me of that fact, reminded me of a misadventure long past, a memory from a time when connectivity took a modem and a phone line.