Location: Virtual

February 13, 2013

Product Spotlight: Social CRM for Nonprofits

Cost: Free for Members!

What is a Social CRM and how can your nonprofit leverage it to build support? In this webinar, you will learn how your organization can use social media to generate actual supporters, not just likes and followers.

 

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August 29, 2013

Webinar: Where is This All Going: The Future of IT

Cost: Free for Members!

Small organizations in particular have an opportunity to be nimble and adapt quickly to the emerging trends–if only they knew which ones to pursue. This webinar will discuss some of the fundamental trends that have led to this shift, and see how that can have an immediate impact on nonprofit organizations today.

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February 20, 2013

Product Spotlight: QR Codes and Smartphones: Capture the Inspiration to Give

Cost: Free for Members!

Nonprofits work hard to create the inspiration to give. Maybe it’s a thoroughly enjoyable visit to a museum or park, a stirring speech at a fundraising event or a heart-warming story told in a print appeal. When a prospective donor is inspired to give, you want to capture that good intention before it walks away.

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May 8, 2013

Webinar: 12 Steps to Make Your Multichannel Campaign Stand Out

Cost: Free for Members!

Looking to kick your multichannel campaign program into high gear? In this webinar, you will join Big Duck’s senior strategist, Rachel Hope Allison for the second of her three-part webinar series where she helps you begin brainstorming what your first (or next) multichannel campaign should look like.

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November 13, 2012

Webinar: Build, Buy, or Borrow: Choosing the Best Software Development Path

Cost: Free for Members!

With the meteoric rise of Open-source Software (OSS) and Software as a Service (SaaS), the options for meeting your software needs have expanded exponentially. For any given set of software needs, you can often find an overwhelming set of possible solutions. These include building your own solution, buying a pre-existing solution, or borrowing some of both!

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