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September 20, 2019

A 7 Step Guide to LinkedIn Marketing

LinkedIn isn’t new, and neither is the idea that every business needs a LinkedIn presence. LinkedIn, the professional social networking platform has been around longer than Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat. The majority of its users are on it daily, which provides businesses and brands with a great platform for implementing a social media marketing strategy.  Most times, the hardest part is getting started, but we’re here to provide you with 7 steps to get […]
September 17, 2019

The Evolution of Auction Fundraisers

This post is sponsored by Auctria Auction fundraisers have evolved a lot since paper and pencil bid sheets and long checkout lines. There’s so much more fundraising in addition to just the auctioning at an auction fundraiser. Auction teams that offer sponsorships, direct donations, raise-the-paddle or fund-a-need exceed their fundraising goals. Having a better understanding of the audience and new technology can help to boost your auction fundraiser.  With these auction secrets, you can crush […]
September 11, 2019

The Giving Season is Right Around the Corner ― Are You Ready?

This post was sponsored by NationBuilder. There are still some precious weeks left for planning and preparation before the giving season begins. Nonprofit organizations around the country are gearing up for what should be their most fruitful fundraising months of the year. With so much excitement in the air, it’s time to make sure your goals are set for #GivingTuesday. Start backwards Let’s fast forward to the day before your ideal #GivingTuesday. Imagine what it […]
September 7, 2019
Tracy Ebarb Nonprofit Fail

Nonprofits Fail – Here’s Seven Reasons Why – Tracy Ebarb

Why Do Nonprofits Fail? Does it seem a bit crowded in here? A few years ago, during his presidential campaign, Dr. Ben Carson made the statement that 90% of nonprofits fail within a few years.  While Dr. Carson’s statement was largely hyperbole, it did call to attention the alarming rate of both nonprofit failure and ineffectiveness. The real data from National Center on Charitable Statistics reveals that approximately 30% of nonprofits fail to exist after […]