Topic: Data

Six steps to implement your client tracking database

November 1, 2018
Ready to find a new data system and vendor partner? Before you start, taking stock of several key factors will ensure your path to implementation is smooth and successful.

Three free data sources you didn’t know you had

October 8, 2018
You know there is data out there that can help you make good decisions about your nonprofit's programs - but how do you find it? These three tips will help you get started.

How to prepare for CRM demos

October 2, 2018
Selecting the right CRM software for your organization is critical in managing your data and keeping your processes on track. CRM demos are an excellent opportunity to test out the options, as long as you put some thought in your specific needs, wants, and expectations ahead of time.

Three pillars of data protection for nonprofits

August 6, 2018
With all the benefits of cloud-based applications, some important concerns around data protection often go overlooked.

5 metrics you need to include on your AdWords Dashboard

July 13, 2018
When you first look at your nonprofit's AdWords account dashboard, it can be overwhelming. Follow these tips to make sure you're tracking the most important metrics.

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.

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.

Is your organization ready for GDPR?

May 21, 2018
There are new laws that may apply to your organization called the GDPR. If you think they don’t apply to you because you're based in the US, keep reading.

3 key aspects of CRM success and how to cultivate them

May 18, 2018
The three key aspects of CRM success have more to do with organizational planning and staffing than they do with technology. All of them take investment of time and energy at all levels of your organization.

Restoring trust with blockchain

February 20, 2018
Donors—both individuals and institutions like foundations—are increasingly calling for greater accountability and are exploring both existing and new methods to improve transparency. Nonprofits would be well served by getting ahead of the curve and exploring how blockchain can be used to improve accountability, decrease corruption, and facilitate efficiencies in mission pursuits.