According to MIT Technology Review, roughly 0.5 percent of digital data is analyzed, which means, nonprofits are losing millions of opportunities to make smart decisions, improve efficiency, & attract new donors and volunteers. The reason is simple; they are not leveraging the potential offered by data analytics.
"Marketing Cloud has really helped us get communications out at a larger scale, so that we can cultivate relationships in the same way we would with face-to-face interactions."- Nicole Adair, Senior Director of Development Operations and Donor Communications, Mile High United Way
On Wednesday, Yahoo revealed in a press release that data from more than one billion user accounts had been stolen in 2013. This is addition to a previous announcement in September that 500 million user accounts had been hacked. Yahoo has officially solidified its position as one of the worst protectors of user data in recent history. Here are 4 ways your nonprofit can learn from Yahoo's lapses in enterprise security.
Managing a nonprofit is like a juggling act. Many are faced with the challenge of having to manage a day-to-day operations while still trying to expand their outreach. Without an organized, collaborative effort, managing employees and initiatives becomes a more time consuming and draining ordeal than it needs to be. Below are 5 project management tools that save time, money and energy.
Salesforce.org provides nonprofit organizations with 10 free licenses to its CRM (Constituent Relationship Management) cloud-base software. They'll even provide nonprofits with a "Nonprofit Starter Pack" which is a CRM template built specifically for nonprofits to use. Below are three immediate benefits Salesforce can provide to your nonprofit.
Nonprofits that have embraced technology and social media have experienced the benefits it provides to raising funds and creating social change. Ever evolving and changing, lets take a look at some tech predictions so that your nonprofit can stay ahead of the curve and make a difference in the world.
Tapp Network provides Digital Marketing and Social Media services for Nonprofits. Through Planning, Strategy, Integration, and Execution, the Tech Impact and Tapp Network teams will implement thorough Content Marketing, Social Media Marketing, and Technology tactics to achieve your goals and objectives.
New features to Apple Pay will now allow nonprofits to accept donations via the digital wallet service. This includes both Apple Pay on the web, where it can be integrated into websites’ checkout flow, as well as within mobile applications. The changes are rolling out just ahead of the holidays and Giving Tuesday, the largest single day for nonprofit donations.
With the recent public service announcement from the FBI, ransomware and cyber security has become serious business for nonprofits. Not only do they need to protect themselves from attacks, but they have a responsibility to protect sensitive client and donor data. Here are the three most common attacks scammers will employ.