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September 4, 2018

Why Google Might Be the Answer to Your Problems

At Nonprofit Hub, we use Google for everything—and I mean everything. From our calendars, to our email accounts, to important documents and spreadsheets, Google is our best friend. And why wouldn’t it be? Google gives you virtually unlimited storage, easy sharing and compatibility with tons of apps and websites all for FREE. While lots of other great sharing platforms exist, we like Google because pretty much anything you’d ever need to do on a computer […]
August 31, 2018

The Ins and Outs of Content Creation

We’ve been receiving a number of inquiries about our content creation process at Nonprofit Hub, so we thought we’d share some of our expertise. Nowadays, content—stories, pictures, graphics, even music—is at the center of nearly every organization’s marketing strategy, so it’s important that you do it right. Nonprofit Hub’s content team is small but mighty—just a handful of writers and designers are in charge of all the content you see throughout our website and print […]
August 28, 2018

Let Your Networking Lead to Donations

Working in the nonprofit industry presents its own set of challenges. Rather than gaining funds by selling a product or service, nonprofits rely on donations. Building better relationships with our donors is the nonprofit version of improving our products—it’s essential in order to sustain your organization’s output. Among the best ways to build those relationships with current donors and to gain new ones is networking. Ah yes, networking: the word we’ve heard on repeat at […]
August 23, 2018

Are There Too Many Nonprofits in America?

America’s nonprofit sector has steadily grown over the past century, which has left a lot of people hesitant to start new nonprofit organizations and uncertain about the future of their already-existing ones. In a new study titled “A Field Too Crowded? How Measures of Market Structure Shape Nonprofit Fiscal Health,” a group of scholars set out to answer the question of whether or not there are too many nonprofits in the U.S.—or, more specifically, whether having more […]