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January 23, 2018

My Big Fundraising Failure—and What You Can Learn from It

In October, I rolled out a fundraising appeal for our new Training, Facilitation, and Consulting Certificate Program with Marlboro College.
January 22, 2018

How to Attract More Volunteers with a Better Web Page

If you have struggled to engage enough volunteers to sustain your mission, it may be time to refresh your technology. More and more, volunteers use the web to research and find opportunities to serve. Unfortunately, many causes have not upgraded their digital online communications to keep pace. A simple, but effective, way to boost your volunteer recruitment results is to improve how you feature volunteer opportunities on your website, specifically by creating a focused landing […]
January 19, 2018

The GuideStar Blog Posts You Read Most in 2017

Earlier this month, we published a list of the GuideStar Newsletter articles subscribers read most last year. Today, we’re looking at the GuideStar Blog posts that caught your attention. Because the first 8 were also in the newsletter top 10, we’re extending this list to 15 posts.
January 18, 2018

How to Make Giving Easy for Your Donors

For years, consumers have been buying products online through the experience provided to them by big brands. This includes things like quick ordering, payment and delivery options. In economic theory, this is called a frictionless market, or a marketplace that doesn’t have transaction costs. Basically, it’s just a fancy way to say nonhuman online interactions. These days it’s all about convenience. And though frictionless markets have existed for a while, they haven’t quite reached the […]
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