Propose a session for the 2019 Nonprofit Technology Conference

July 9, 2018
We are excited to announce that session proposals are now open for the 2019 Nonprofit Technology Conference! Proposals will be accepted from July 9, 2018 to August 17, 2018.

Improve your outcomes with these 3 tactics from marketing

July 5, 2018
Your day-to-day work may not include content creation or SEO analytics, but these marketing strategies can help you achieve your goals.

Member Spotlight: Aaron Tebrinke

July 3, 2018
I am continually amazed at the wealth of knowledge that is in the NTEN community and how open the members are to help solve problems, share insights, or give supportive feedback.

It’s time to ditch your nonprofit website carousel

July 2, 2018
Image sliders and carousels were all the rage several years ago, but they don’t actually do a good job motivating action. So what do you do instead?

19NTC Session Proposals: Updates & Changes

June 28, 2018
Session proposals for the 2019 Nonprofit Technology Conference open July 9. Read on for updates about key changes in the process this year.

4 steps to get staff buy-in for your tech project

June 27, 2018
Planning to shed your old technology for a hot new product or service? Here’s how to build training plan that addresses staff needs before and after implementation.

48 websites in 48 hours? No problem.

June 22, 2018
Every nonprofit website needs a call to action. It's great that people are on your website, but what do you want them to do once they get there?

How your nonprofit can win at branding

June 21, 2018
A solid branding strategy has the power to turn the masses into loyal, lifelong advocates of your organization and its mission.

The 4 pillars of responsible use of nonprofit data

June 17, 2018
Trust, humanity, equity, and privacy should be at the heart of our data-driven future. What we build should be in service to the communities they’re for.

Your board needs more tech experts

June 15, 2018
Good technology decisions are vital to the success of your nonprofit. So why are so many nonprofit boards devoid of tech experts?