4 Ways A CRM Will Make Your Nonprofit More Efficient

  Image courtesy of Political Integrity A lot of information is popping up about CRM, or Client Relationship Management systems. Much of this information can seem overwhelming or too technical, and leaves out a lot of real world applications of the technology. Bottom line is, a CRM can drastically ...
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Poll Everywhere: Engaging Audiences Through Online Surveys

In the spirit of technology, 501cTECH tried something new at the first 2015 Technology Innovation Awards judges meeting held on September 10th: we conducted voting through online polling application, Poll Everywhere. The application replaced traditional voting by show of hands with a simpler, ...
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Meet Nonprofit Technology and Communications Experts

Please join 501cTECH, the Progressive Communicators of Washington DC (PCDC), and NTEN for NetSquared’s “Meet the Experts” speed dating event. At the event, a number of nonprofit technology and communications experts will be available to consult with you about challenges and areas of growth for your ...
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5 Ways To Get More Social Shares On Your Blog

One of the most important things non-profits hope to get out of their blogs are shares on social media sites. When site visitors share your content, you get more views for the article and your blog, which leads to more engagement and visibility for your organization. Getting your followers to share ...
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Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Implementation Pitfalls

Post from Bob Bailey, 501cTECH’s resident Salesforce.com expert.
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The Complete Guide to Program Evaluation

How much do you know about the effectiveness of your nonprofit’s programs? If your organization mentors students, do you know how many of them go on to graduate high school and college? If you work to supply affordable housing, do you know the percent of the target population without access to ...
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When it Comes to Investing in Technology, Nonprofits Can Learn From Startups

I recently read an interview with Silicon Valley veteran Mark Andreessen that was published in TechCrunch. It was a great interview and I want to highlight one of the quotes from Mark:
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The Disposable Computer

Your computer will be disposable. It can be today, and it definitely will be tomorrow.
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Habitat For Humanity of Charlotte Strengthens Volunteer Bonds With VolunteerConnect

Challenge “We had always accepted hand-me-down technology.” Habitat for Humanity of Charlotte faced challenges of both efficiency and effectiveness when it came to volunteer management. For years, the organization manually entered data on individual volunteers and organizations that had signed up ...
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