Donor churn is the percentage of your donors who choose not to donate again. Donor churn is an important nonprofit metric to measure and take steps to reduce the number of donors who will not make a donation the following year.Read more
Gain insight into your nonprofit decisions with facts and figures, not guesses.
Recently, I was having a conversation with an acquaintance of mine who happens to be the Chief Operating Officer of a midsize nonprofit. We were discussing the intersection of donor acquisition and data.Read more
In other great Microsoft news, it was announced that the software giant recently completed the acquisition of Metanautix, a data analysis company whose aim is to tear down data silos in order to "connect the 'data supply chain,' no matter what [sic] the type, size or location of an organization’s data."Read more
However you define them, major donors mean big business for nonprofits.Read more
It's tempting for nonprofits to court Millennials.Read more
"How much am I going to have to pay to be number one in search results?"
Unfortunately, that was not a rhetorical question. Nor was it sarcasm. That was a real question I recently heard a business person ask a web development team.Read more
In the early days of the California gold rush, Americans with urgent messages for the western frontier were confronted with a problem.Read more
As more companies embrace the cloud, Microsoft emerges as the leader among cloud apps for business.
When the founders of StratusLIVE chose Microsoft Dynamics CRM as the platform on which we built our award-winning nonprofit software, it was following extensive research into Microsoft's capabilities, functionality, integration, and vision.Read more