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Developing an E-Learning Program: Tools and Lessons Learned

Submitted on Thu, 11/17/2016 - 3:38pm
Developing your own e-learning program doesn’t require a large budget. Be creative, make the best use of free tools, and be willing to do the research to find what will work for both you and your audience.
By Sophia Guevara
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What the New Internet Land Rush Means for Organizations

Submitted on Fri, 11/18/2016 - 8:00am
New top-level domains are fertile ground for marketing innovation. For starters, you’ve got a shot at campaign URLs you’ve always dreamt of but whose .org and .com versions were taken long ago.
By Julie Szabo
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3 Tips for Using Data To Tell Your Story, Ethically

Submitted on Tue, 11/22/2016 - 4:53pm
Data is an incredibly valuable tool, and as with any tool, we have an ethical responsibility to use it correctly. When it comes to using data for storytelling, we must find a way to be persuasive without being deceptive.
By Rella Kaplowitz
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Seven Deadly Weaknesses of Nonprofit Security

Submitted on Mon, 11/28/2016 - 9:54am
Good security doesn't have to be expensive or complicated. Here are some tools and tips on the most common security weaknesses—and how nonprofit leaders can address them.
By Leland Foster
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Member Retention: 4 Best Practices That Win Members for Life

Submitted on Mon, 11/14/2016 - 12:08pm
Many organizations focus on gaining new members, but it’s much more cost effective for your organization to put your resources toward member retention. Learn 4 best practices that can help you win members for life.
By Jeff Gordy