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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3 Planning Habits Worth Trying

Guest post from John Dawes, Project Strategist and Co-Founder at Chesapeake Commons. Chesapeake Commons was founded in 2011 by members of the Chesapeake Bay Funders Network (CBFN) to encourage transparent data sharing for the development of sound and effective Bay restoration policy. John also ...
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Online Fundraising for Beginners

Guest post from Alessandra Madrid, Content Marketing Manager at CommitChange. CommitChange is an innovative fundraising and donor management tool, and  trusted Technology Partner of 501cTECH. Welcome to the Online Fundraising for Beginners blog series! Over the next couple of weeks we will be ...
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A Look Back at the 2013 TIA Winning Project from YWCA NCA

Guest post from Shana Heilbron, Chief Development & Communications Officer, YWCA NCA
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Heartbleed Bug: What it means for your organization

Heartbleed, a recently discovered bug in the software responsible for securing web communications, may have left nearly 70 percent of the Internet vulnerable to eavesdropping over the past two years. Here’s what you need to know about the Heartbleed bug, and what you can do to keep your ...
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Your Nonprofit's Facebook Posts Will Likely be Less Visible in 2014

Facebook's constantly evolving algorithms have made it difficult for organizations to reach their audiences. In 2012, data showed a steep drop in post “reach” of around 40%, while the rate of engagement with those posts stayed relatively consistent. The obvious conclusion was that Facebook altered ...
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