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  • Give Them Something to Talk About

    Lori Halley 13 February 2008 3 comments
    Your nonprofit organization may buy advertising space to take a message to the general public, send out newsletters and email blasts to reach your membership, and run a website and blog to do both. But all of that, in the end, is simply “talking about yourself” – a strategy with very limited powers of persuasion. How can you encourage other people to talk about your cause?
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  • Does Your Nonprofit Website Need a Privacy Policy?

    Lori Halley 11 February 2008 4 comments
    Do you have a nonprofit privacy policy? If not, here's why you need to set one up today.
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  • Nonprofit Internet Strategies Seminar comes to Toronto

    Lori Halley 04 February 2008 0 comments
    The Toronto ePhilanthropy Chapter presents the 2008 Nonprofit Internet Strategies Seminar on Tuesday, 12 February 2008, in Toronto, Ontario. Whether yours is a small or large nonprofit, this in-depth seminar is designed to cover the questions you have,...
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  • 7 Tips to Make Your Charity Badge a Success

    Lori Halley 01 February 2008 4 comments
    This post has been contributed by Lance Trebesch and Colt Lapham from TicketPrinting.com Charity badge campaigns have the potential to be incredible fundraising mechanisms if successful but are also susceptible to failure if they are not properly implemented....
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  • Upcoming Technology Events for the Non-Profit Community

    Lori Halley 24 January 2008 4 comments
    With our lives operating at a fast speed, it's easy to miss important events. But please don't miss these. Here are two events you won't want to miss in 2008! 1. 2008 Association Technology Conference & Expo The three day conference that will be...
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  • Free Web Apps Can Help NonProfits Save Time and Money

    Lori Halley 16 January 2008 3 comments
    Keep costs down with web-based services instead of purchasing software, urges Bruce Judson , a Senior Faculty Fellow at the Yale School of Management . His audience is primarily start-up businesses, but the advice is equally applicable to nonprofit...
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  • New Report from Idealware: Comparing Lower-Cost Online Integrated Applications

    Lori Halley 07 January 2008 2 comments
    Laura Quinn, Founder and Director of Idealware and Eric Leland have published an overview report that will help smaller organizations looking for online service providers who can offer a full range of integrated services such as online donations, email...
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  • 6 Unique Online Fundraising Techniques for Your Nonprofit (Part 5 of 6)

    Lori Halley 19 December 2007 1 comments
    This post has been contributed by Lance Trebesch and Colt Lapham from TicketPrinting.com Overview Every nonprofit knows that fundraisers are critical to their existence. Without donations, no resources are available to support the primary cause or...
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  • Most Popular Blog Posts about Facebook

    Lori Halley 10 December 2007 1 comments
    It looks like there's been a lot of interest in using Facebook. As of November, our Facebook posts (new and previous ones) are getting the most reads. Here is a full list/overview: A Beginner's Guide to Facebook for Non-Profits Facebook is a social...
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  • 6 Unique Online Fundraising Techniques for Your Nonprofit (Part 4 of 6)

    Lori Halley 06 December 2007 2 comments
    This post has been contributed by Lance Trebesch and Taylor Robinson from TicketPrinting.com 4a. Wiki Pages A “wiki” is a website that can be easily edited by its users. The most popular wiki today is Wikipedia which is an online encyclopedia where...
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  • Tips to Manage your Year-End Fundraising Campaigns

    Lori Halley 29 November 2007 1 comments
    It's crunch time for nonprofit fundraisers looking to take advantage of the holiday giving season. If you don't have a plan in place yet, no worries. This guide from Care2's Eric Rardin and Heather Holdridge , along with Mark Rovner and Sarah Haug...
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  • How to incorporate a simple map on a nonprofit website in 4 easy steps

    Lori Halley 12 November 2007 0 comments
    Here’s the problem: Most nonprofits (at least the ones I’ve been involved with) want to leverage their websites to incorporate a simple map of their supporters. Here’s the solution: ZeeMaps ( http://www.zeesource.net/maps/home.do ). Here are the four...
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  • Share the Story of Your Nonprofit or Church through Blogs

    Lori Halley 06 November 2007 0 comments
    I want to recommend to you a book I just finished reading. The Blogging Church by Brian Bailey and Terry Storch . There was also an interesting interview with Read/Write Web's Sean Ammirati that's worth listening to. After reading the book, I picked...
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  • How to Start and Grow your Nonprofit Blog: An Interview with Michael Sola

    Lori Halley 31 October 2007 2 comments
    Michael Sola is the Director of Information Technology of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF), a nonprofit dedicated to restoring and protecting the Chesapeake Bay and its tributary rivers. For the past 6 months, Michael Sola has been blogging as part...
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  • Technology to make fundraising ‘good to go': New report by Network for Good

    Lori Halley 30 October 2007 1 comments
    Network for Good released a new report called The Wired Fundraiser: How technology is making fundraising 'good to go'. The report written by Katya Andresen and Stacie Mann covers what happens when people with a cause take it to cyberspace; why marketers...
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