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February 7, 2018

The Times They Are A-Changin’: Adapting to a Shifting Industry

My staff and I recently noticed a shift in our SEO statistics and started looking at what our data analytics showed for our blog in 2017. The data showed that 49 percent of our readers are ages 18-34. This was a surprise to us. For years, our audience fell in the 45-54 age group. Now, as we learned, our audience is younger than it’s ever been, and we’ve been adapting. More importantly, I think this […]
February 6, 2018

6 Tips for Nonprofits to Combat Digital Distraction and Improve Productivity

Ever hear of something called “Nomophobia? The word itself is an abbreviation for  “no-mobile-phone-phobia” and refers to the anxiety you feel when you don’t have your mobile phone handy or have a signal. It is one of a growing number of “digital diseases” that can cause painful physical symptoms as well as mental health issues that ultimately make you less productive, depressed, and sick.
February 5, 2018

Fundraising in the Era of the New Tax Law

Tax benefits are icing on the philanthropy cake. What to do when the icing is melting? First, the good news. The sky is not falling.
February 2, 2018

[PODCAST] Why Nonprofits Need to Dream, Humanize and Have Patience | Ft. Dan Pallotta

“Those of us working in nonprofit organizations need to take our eyes off of overhead ratios and put [our focus] far out into the sky and look at our dreams for impact.” — Dan Pallotta Pallotta is talking about the dreams that got us involved in our organizations in the first place.     Work in the nonprofit sector often gets clouded by stigmas and the notion that no one is supposed to spend any […]