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When to Tell Your Supporters You’re Moving Systems -The Podcast!
It’s a big question! Should you tell you’re supporters that you’re switching systems? Listen to the conversation and get the best advice.
The 2 Reasons to Notify Supporters You’ve Got a New Software System
If you’ve picked new fundraising software for your nonprofit, here’s one important decision to make: do you tell your supporters about the move?
Got Technology Blind Spots? Ask These 8 Questions Before the Demo!
Knowing what questions to ask before the demo will help you manage the software demo process like a boss – even if you aren’t the actual boss!
Did You Hire a Nonprofit Technology Partner or a Vendor?
Nonprofit Accidental Techies frequently hire technology experts for help with their websites and digital advocacy, fundraising, and event programs. Learn to spot the differences between vendors and partners and make the right choice!
Special Guest Post: 4 Ways to Enhance Your TeamRaiser Peer-to-Peer Fundraiser
Are you ready to breathe new life into your Peer-to-Peer program? A guest post by Carl Desing at DNL OmniMedia has tips to help boost your event performance!
5 Questions to Ask Before You Sign Any Vendor Contract
Have you stopped reading technology contracts because they make your brain hurt? I’ve got the right 5 questions to help you really understand these important documents – before you sign them!
The Easiest Way to Prevent Nonprofit Tech Project Failure
The bad news? More than 50% of nonprofit tech projects end in failure. The good news? I’ve got something to help you beat those odds!
Selecting the Right System: Breaking Free from Analysis Paralysis
Somewhere in North America, a nonprofit organization was ready to scale up. Their mission was compelling. The staff was smart and hard-working, and turnover was low. Community and public support for their programs was growing. Leadership had identified the need to...
Help! My Leadership Won’t Invest In Technology!
Barely making due with creaky old systems with no plan to replace them? Here’s how to get buy-in from the people who sign the checks.