50 Fascinating Nonprofit Statistics

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Here are 50 fascinating nonprofit statistics you might not have known. 50 Fascinating Nonprofit Statistics from Steve MacLaughlin.

13 Nonprofit Statistics You Never Knew

TechImpact

Nonprofit statistics seem to grow more positive with each passing day. Here are 13 Nonprofit statistics you never knew until today. The post 13 Nonprofit Statistics You Never Knew appeared first on Tech Impact Blog - Leaders in Non-Profit Technology. Image courtesy of ok.gov.

Statistics About.Me

NCE Social Media

It than provides you with statistics on those who see your page(s), where they come from and what they do on the pages. What happens when you want to give someone your social media contact information for multiple social media accounts? What happens if you want to see stats on your social media accounts all in one place? Then About.me is a tool for you. Think of it as your social media business card.

10 Nonprofit Statistics You Have To See

TechImpact

These ten statistics about nonprofit technology, fundraising, and social media offers us insights into the effectiveness of our strategies, and can help us redesign strategies in the future. Image courtesy of Harvard.

5 New Google Analytics Statistics For Nonprofits

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The post 5 New Google Analytics Statistics For Nonprofits appeared first on Tech Impact Blog - Leaders in Non-Profit Technology. Image courtesy of Google User Content. Google Analytics, where would I be without you?”.

Where Does Your Nonprofit Stand: 15 Social Media Statistics

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The post Where Does Your Nonprofit Stand: 15 Social Media Statistics appeared first on Tech Impact Blog - Leaders in Non-Profit Technology. Image courtesy of maclife. Few things have so dramatically altered our lives the way social media has.

14 Mobile Marketing Statistics Your Nonprofit Needs To See

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In previous blog posts we’ve discussed responsive web design, formatting mobile friendly emails , and shown you even more statistics that will convince you to prioritize mobile sooner rather than later. Here are 14 statistics that will get your nonprofit thinking mobile now, instead of later.

The ultimate mobile email statistics overview

AFP Blog

The ultimate mobile email statistics overview : More email is read Mobile than on a desktop email client. Stats say 47% of email is now opened on a mobile device Litmus –”Email Analytics” (Aug 2013

3 Shocking Statistics from the 2015 Nonprofit Email Deliverability Study

EveryAction

Nonprofits have never had a more powerful fundraising tool than they now have in email , but there''s a growing concern that they might be ignoring one of the most important metrics for a successful online fundraising program. email fundraising deliverability

[Cool Infographic Friday] 20 Captivating Marketing Statistics

SocialFish

The post [Cool Infographic Friday] 20 Captivating Marketing Statistics appeared first on SocialFish - Social Media for Associations and Nonprofits. More like this.

April Disability Unemployment Statistics

The SocialPath

In April 2011, the percentage of people with disabilities in the labor force was 20.6. By comparison, the percentage of persons with no disability in the labor force was 69.6. The unemployment rate for those with disabilities was 14.5 percent, compared with 8.4 percent for persons with no disability, not seasonally adjusted. More information is available on the US Department of Labor website.

9 statistics about eBay for Charity in the UK | UK Fundraising

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9 statistics about eBay for Charity in the UK | UK Fundraising : "This month eBay for Charity announced that, thanks to eBay buyers and sellers, it has now raised over £100 million for charities in the UK. Here are nine more statistics about the programme that lets individuals raise and donate money for their favourite charity on the popular trading site." 'via

9 Internet Marketing Statistics from the Business World

NetWits

We’re all focused on the non-profit space, but some times it’s good to take a look at how the internet is being used on a broader scale. It helps give us perspective and challenges our thinking which leads to potentially making decisions differently.

Lies, Damn Lies, and Nonprofit Statistics

John Haydon

An important topic that I wanted to tackle was the proliferation of bad statistics. The post Lies, Damn Lies, and Nonprofit Statistics appeared first on John Haydon. Nearly two years ago, I set out on a journey to understand how nonprofits and the social good sector uses data.

Statistics on Women at Work

SocialFish

From the MBA @ UNC Blog : (tip o’ the hat to Joe Gerstandt for the find). Women today are making professional strides at an unprecedented level. Women are starting businesses at 1.5 times the national average, a 20 percent increase over the last decade.

15 Tweetable Social Media Statistics To Influence Your Marketing Strategy - SocialBro

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15 Tweetable Social Media Statistics To Influence Your Marketing Strategy - SocialBro : "Stop. Wait a minute. Put down whatever you’re doing and pay attention. We spend a lot of time reading about the trends sweeping the marketing world, and the growing influence of social media on customers purchase decisions. If you’re looking for the latest in marketing insights, here’s a collection of inspiring stats that will influence your strategy." ''via Blog this

10 Surprising social media statistics that might make you rethink your social strategy - The Buffer Blog

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10 Surprising social media statistics that might make you rethink your social strategy - The Buffer Blog : f you’re managing social media for your business, it might be useful to know about some of the most surprising social media statistics this year.

How Brands Are Using Twitter’s Vine: Statistics, Facts & Tips [INFOGRAPHIC] - AllTwitter

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How Brands Are Using Twitter’s Vine: Statistics, Facts & Tips [INFOGRAPHIC] - AllTwitter : Did you know that 5 tweets per second contain a Vine link, and that studies are showing that a branded Vine is four times more likely to be seen than a branded video

A Few Good Statistical Analysis Tools

Idealware

Whether your organization needs to measure its programmatic success or expand its donor base, statistical analysis software can help nonprofits become more data-driven and accountable. Overwhelmed by the choices and not sure if you have the necessary statistical chops? If your software budget is tight and your statistical analysis needs are basic, consider Excel. SPSS Statistics. IBM's answer to statistical analysis receives high marks for its user-friendliness.

Millennial Statistics You Need to Know

Frogloop

Millennial Statistics You Need to Know. A lot of nonprofits are using the 2012 Presidential campaign season to rally their base and get their constituents out to vote. As organizations fighting for social justice issues every day, having the best advocate in office, is critical to meeting our mission. When you look at your email lists, what percentage is comprised of millenials? If your response is not much, you should consider recruiting more millennials to your list.

Paper's Shocking Statistics

Tech Soup Blog

This roster of shocking statistics about wasting paper was originally part of TechSoup's GreenTech Initiative's Reduce Your Paper Use challenge. These statistics, we hope. convey why it is so important to conserve paper in your organization's office. Office Paper Use. In this decade, it is projected that Americans will throw away over 4 and a half million tons of office paper and nearly 10 million tons of newspaper. Almost all of this material could be recycled. #.

How Statistics Can Turn Your Fundraising Appeal Into A Real Bummer

John Haydon

New research from the University of Oregon shows that demonstrating a huge need with statistics – for example, “805 million people go hungry each night” – is a real bummer for donors. According to this study, statistics are a real bummer.

April Disability Unemployment Statistics

Vertex Systems

In April 2011, the percentage of people with disabilities in the labor force was 20.6. By comparison, the percentage of persons with no disability in the labor force was 69.6. The unemployment rate for those with disabilities was 14.5 percent, … Continue reading →

June Disability Employment Statistics

Vertex Systems

In June 2011, the percentage of people with disabilities in the labor force was 21.3. By comparison, the percentage of persons with no disability in the labor force was 70.2. The unemployment rate for those with disabilities was 16.9 percent, … Continue reading →

5 Facts About Online Average Gift Size

Connection Cafe

As you’ll recall from your last statistics class, a median is the middle value between the largest and smallest in a set of numbers. What should you do with these online donation statistics? I have a confession to make.

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A Brief Look in the Nonprofit Technology Rear-View Mirror by Tom Pollak of the National Center for Charitable Statistics | Community Techknowledge

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A Brief Look in the Nonprofit Technology Rear-View Mirror by Tom Pollak of the National Center for Charitable Statistics | Community Techknowledge

By The Numbers: Statistics on Mobile Marketing For Political Campaigns

Mobile Commons

We’ve all seen the statistics about how ubiquitous mobile phones are. But how do these statistics play out in the real world? 91% of Americans have a cell phone within 24/7 reach. 99% of text messages are opened. There’s no better theater to see the changing landscape of technology than a presidential campaign. Campaigns spend literally billions of dollars in an effort to capture the hearts and minds of the electorate.

5 Troubling Nonprofit Statistics | Nonprofit Trends with Steve.

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All Blackbaud Blogs Contact Us Blackbaud.com About Nonprofit Trends Books Research Reports Speaking 5 Troubling Nonprofit Statistics Posted by Steve MacLaughlin on October 28th, 2010 I spend a lot of time looking at metrics and benchmarks from across the nonprofit sector. Here are five statistics from across the nonprofit sector that trouble me and should really trouble you.

How to conduct a T-test to test statistical significance of average gift

Beaconfire Wire

Now you need to see if you results are statistically significant. Here’s how you run a t-test in excel that will allow you to see if your difference in average gift is statistically significant. So, you’ve just run a test to try to improve average order size or average gift.

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50 Fascinating Philanthropy Stats

Connection Cafe

Statistics help tell a story about what has happened and what is on the verge of happening. I have used statistics and data points to help tell people different stories about what is happening in and around the nonprofit sector.

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The Participatory Museum Process Part 1: Overview and Statistics

Museum 2.0

This week, we'll look at the overview of the process of the creation of the book and some overall statistics for user participation. This is the first of a four-part series on the behind-the-scenes experience of writing The Participatory Museum.

Online Video Statistics. | Beaconfire Wire

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This makes the tracking of video statistics more important than ever. There are several reasons someone could be interested in online video statistics. As a service, TubeMogul provides a broadcast mechanism to push video content from one central location to multiple sites and then aggregate the video views from those different sites into one dashboard which lets users track video statistics from 12 video sites at once ( Screen shot ).

NetCentric Advocacy: Ted: Supercrunching World Development Statistics

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Home Green Media Toolshed Profile Twitter Shared Links Subscribe Archives « 36 million watch Youtube of Connon in D: 23 year old : no recording contract | Main | information at the point of purchase: Mobile activist tool example » January 25, 2008 Ted: Supercrunching World Development Statistics They say you cant tell a story with numbers. NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity.

5 Technology Stats From Over 500 Nonprofit Executives

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Are these statistics surprising? Visual.ly shares an infographic from InfoGroup , identifying the nonprofit technology gap by surveying over 500 nonprofit executives to find out how they are using or not using technology to achieve their organization’s mission.

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May 2011 Disability Employment Statistics Released

Vertex Systems

According to the Department of Labor, tn May, the percentage of people with disabilities in the labor force was 21.1. By comparison, the percentage of persons with no disability in the labor force was 69.7. The unemployment rate for those … Continue reading →

I don't get it (Plus some statistics that I made up)

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New Statistics on Internet, Social Media Use

Wild Apricot Blog

A number of findings in a newly released study by Pew Internat on Social Media and Young Adults will be of interest to nonprofits who seek to connect with or recruit members and donors online.( read more ). Social networking research social media

4 Reasons For Nonprofits To Go Mobile Or Go Home

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Mobile Mobile Fundraising Mobile Technology nonprofit research smartphone statistics stats tablet Image courtesy of Graphicrive.

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The Ultimate List

NCE Social Media

Hubspot has an incredible list of social media statistics resources that you must see. Tags: Education and Training Tools hubspot infographics powerpoint slides statistics Video It includes great videos, PowerPoint files and infographics that are worth your while. Image source: Hubspot.

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Benetech Statistician Megan Price talks to local ASA chapter

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

Guest Beneblog by Megan Price I recently had the opportunity to present several of HRP’s projects to the local San Francisco chapter of the American Statistical Association (SFASA). Despite an audience of fellow statisticians, I chose to focus my talk more on the research questions and challenges posed by our work in human rights and less on the nuts and bolts of our statistical methods (though I did include a few equations and Greek letters!).