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  • Apricot Chat: The Richmond Venture Forum

    Lori Halley 23 January 2012 0 comments
    Wild Apricot is a great fit for professional and business associations -- the Richmond Venture Forum is an association that acts as a social network to link the entrepreneurial community with venture capital to promote business growth and development in the central Virginia area.
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  • Apricot Chat: Using Wild Apricot for Training and Events

    Lori Halley 28 September 2011 0 comments
    Fall is in the air, and for many of our clients, it's time to plan events, focus on growth, and either attend or plan training for new members in new roles. Since we're always looking for unique stories about how different organizations use Wild Apricot, this month I turned to the Nonprofit Network in Jackson, MI, to find out how they've been using Wild Apricot to train over 700 individuals across 80 workshops per year.
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  • Apricot Chat: The Benefits of Posting Online Reviews

    Lori Halley 27 July 2011 0 comments
    In a recent post, we discussed how to leverage online word-of-mouth marketing. Here's a case study that demonstrates both the power of WOM and the importance of utilizing effective web tools for non-profit and association membership management!
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  • Apricot Chat: 5 years of Wild Apricot

    Lori Halley 30 June 2011 0 comments
    July marks the 5th Anniversary of Wild Apricot's Member Management Software, and we were pleasantly surprised to find that over 20 clients who joined us in 2006 still have active accounts with us! Join us as we take a look at some of our early clients, and learn why they are still with Wild Apricot today.
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  • Do You Partner with Other Nonprofits?

    Lori Halley 08 October 2010 7 comments
    By partnering with other nonprofits that share your cause, instead of competing with them, you can pool those limited resources for greater impact and give your supporters a clear call to action.
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  • The Good, the Bad, and Missed Opportunities: a Fundraising Case Study

    Lori Halley 25 August 2009 1 comments
    We know that it's key for non-profits to connect online activities with real-world actions , but the reverse is also true, as a door-to-door fundraising campaign reminded me last week. People need to be able to take action for your cause in a way that...
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  • How Do You Thank Your Volunteers?

    Lori Halley 06 October 2008 5 comments
    Thank you. It’s a powerful pair of words, and that simple statement of appreciation, spoken one-on-one, can go a long way to tell volunteers how much their work is valued — but you want to do more. A special effort or long-term commitment, in particular,...
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  • Is Your Nonprofit Risking a Communications Nightmare?

    Lori Halley 09 April 2008 3 comments
    Could your organization get a message to all your members within 48 hours? One small association thought so -- until last week, when an unexpected event revealed a major flaw in how the group was communicating with its members. This is a real-life example of a real nonprofit organization: a small interest-based nonprofit with a very small budget, run by volunteers working a few hours a month from their own homes. Does this sound like any group you know?
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