Nonprofit Donor Communication: Stop Summer Slide


The dog days of summer.

While this phrase conjures up images of fun in the sun and backyard barbecues, it's also synonymous with a period of heat-induced sluggishness that coincides with the heliacal rising of Sirius, also known as the "dog star".

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Assessing Charity Navigator's New Ranking System

New nonprofit rating system changes evaluation methods for revenue and administrative costs

Earlier this year, Charity Navigator announced it would be introducing a new charity rating methodology, dubbed CN 2.1.

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Double Opt-In Benefits for Nonprofit Email Marketing

Improve the quality of your donor data in one easy step by incorporating double opt-in into your email marketing strategy

The argument could be made that nowhere is the adage "old habits die hard" more true than in the nonprofit world.

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What CSR Means For Nonprofits

Good deeds are good for business.

Corporate social responsibility (CSR, also called corporate citizenship, responsible business, corporate responsibility & sustainability, etc.) is a form of corporate self-regulation which is natively integrated into the business model.

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LinkedIn Acquisition Will Boost Microsoft CRM Dominance


LinkedIn acquisition fuels Microsoft's expansion by introducing natively integrated social, analytics, and more

Just last week, Microsoft announced they would be acquiring professional social network LinkedIn for $26.2 billion, the largest acquisition in the company's history.

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Free Software: Too Good to Be True

Free software may cost more than you think.

Imagine you're in the market to buy a car. When doing research, what do you look for?

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How to Define + Measure Social Impact

americascharities-metrics-guide_blogpostWhen measuring social impact, actions speak louder than words.

Nowadays, everyone wants to talk about social impact: helping society, making a difference, giving back to the community.

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Cause Marketing For Every Nonprofit

If you've ever seen or heard the phrase "a portion of the proceeds will be donated," then you may already familiar with cause marketing.

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Red Nose Day is Back to Fight Childhood Poverty

Red Nose Day celebrates its second annual U.S. fundraising drive with big names and big laughs

Childhood poverty is a heartbreaking reality for thousands of children in this country and millions across the globe.
Luckily, Red Nose Day is once again here to help!

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Nonprofit Advocacy Done Right

Pause a moment to reflect on your nonprofit's mission.

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