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  • September Update: We Take Your Feedback Seriously

    Dmitry Buterin  30 September 2016  6 comments
     
    We try our best to understand and respond to every one of your messages. It’s your feedback that has made Wild Apricot the product that it is today. Read about some of the struggles we've had and what we're doing about them.
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  • 5 Proven Ways to Find Volunteers on Facebook

    Terry Ibele  27 September 2016  0 comments
     
    Are you finding it harder to get volunteers these days? Why not use Facebook? That’s what one Wild Apricot customer, Patty Foley, the Membership Chairperson of Newington Community Television, did to find her latest volunteer.
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  • How to Recruit Volunteers from Your Email List

    Terry Ibele  22 September 2016  0 comments
     
    If you’re sending emails to your contact list, asking for volunteers, but not getting a lot of response, it’s likely that your emails are getting lost in your recipients’ inboxes. Here's one simple thing you can do to get your emails to stand out.
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  • July Update: Wild Apricot Turns 10

    Dmitry Buterin  29 July 2016  4 comments
     
    Wild Apricot turns 10 years old, four new email templates, an update on our mobile app, and more.
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  • June Update: Why is Next Month Special for Nonprofits?

    Dmitry Buterin  30 June 2016  1 comments
     
    What is so special about July for membership organizations? Based on a study we conducted of over 1 million events you’ve created in Wild Apricot, July is the hottest month for big events. We’re talking retreats, conventions, and conferences.
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  • May Update: Our Improved App

    Dmitry Buterin  31 May 2016  5 comments
     
    Besides the clear blue skies and the bright warm sun, May brings the beautiful blossoms of apricot trees, as pictured here. Reminiscing aside, here’s what happened this month in the world of Wild Apricot.
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  • Accommodating Volunteers with Disabilities

    Terry Ibele  26 May 2016  1 comments
     
    Accessibility and diversity are about accommodating everyone, not just people with disabilities or people who are from minority groups. You want to make volunteering as welcoming to the widest number of people possible
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  • How we increased Online Event Registrations by 200% with a 3-Email Reminder Formula

    Terry Ibele  04 May 2016  13 comments
     
    Because we host a webinar every single month, we've tested out dozens of reminder emails to maximize registrations. This is our best strategy, which has increased registrants over 200%.
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  • April Newsletter: What Rhymes with April

    Dmitry Buterin  29 April 2016  0 comments
     
    Maple? Bagel? Playful? A plate full of staples? A drill? Does anything really truly rhyme with April? Hmmm... Anyways, one exciting piece of news is that we reached 9,000 paying customers this week (not including free accounts)!
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  • 8 Types of Annoying Board Members

    Terry Ibele  22 April 2016  2 comments
     
    Nonprofits are a magical place filled with super passionate, hardworking, and extremely motivated individuals. But, sometimes when you get a bunch of equally passionate people in one room for a Board Meeting, some people's quirks become annoyingly apparent.
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  • The Secrets of Microvolunteering & Effective Facebook Promotion

    Terry Ibele  21 April 2016  0 comments
     
    Are you having a hard time getting people to like and share your posts on Facebook? Would a few extra clicks make all the difference in the world for your organization? Microvolunteering can be your solution!
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  • 8 Steps to Organize Volunteers to Maximize Impact

    Terry Ibele  12 April 2016  0 comments
     
    With over 62.5 million people volunteering in the US and 12.7 million in Canada, there’s certainly not a shortage volunteers. So, how do you organize your volunteers in a way that maximizes their impact with your organization, and, you know… makes them want to stick it out in the long run?
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  • How to Send Mass Unique Emails using Gmail (Not Mail Merge)

    Terry Ibele  06 April 2016  0 comments
     
    Need to send out a massive amount of unique emails to different people using gmail? Here's a helpful step-by-step guide to show you exactly what to do.
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  • How Every Nonprofit and Charity Can Use Google Adwords Grants

    Terry Ibele  06 April 2016  0 comments
     
    You don’t need to be an expert to figure this all out, but knowing the basics will give you a super start on creating your own Adwords campaigns. Plus, with the right amount of testing and optimizing, you’ll soon become a Google Ads SuperHero!
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  • March Update: It's Time for the Summit

    Dmitry Buterin  31 March 2016  10 comments
     
    Next Monday is the start of our Membership Growth Online Summit. It's going to be the biggest webinar event we've ever held. In other news, our Chief Architect also has a full update on Solution Splitting, an internal project that's been in the works for 2 years.
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