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League of Women Voters - Austin: Software Selection Process
Nonprofit Marketing
February 11, 2020

League of Women Voters - Austin: Software Selection Process

We sat down recently with Joyce LeBombard, the President of the League of Women Voters Austin Area, to talk about the process her organization went through to select a software system.  Joyce and the League of Women Voters Austin Area (LWV-AA), the largest League of Women Voters chapter in Texas, have agreed to let us follow them through their implementation and share their story with other organizations who might be going through the same process.  We started by discussing how they made their system selection in the first place.

Advocacy Software: 13 Tools for Nonprofit Campaigns
Advocacy
January 21, 2020

Advocacy Software: 13 Tools for Nonprofit Campaigns

Advocacy can be defined as individuals taking action to publicly express their support for specific causes. These clear and defined actions help advance that particular mission or cause and promote its success. 

Employee Turnover: Why It’s Bad for Donor Retention
Nonprofit Marketing
January 15, 2020

Employee Turnover: Why It’s Bad for Donor Retention

Employers are facing a tough job market right now. With low unemployment rates, the market heavily favors candidates and employees over organizations. A whopping 3.6 million employees voluntarily quit their jobs in July 2019, the highest number on record since April 2001.

Read Before Your Next Ask String Test
Nonprofit Marketing
January 3, 2020

Read Before Your Next Ask String Test

Since we published The Science of Ask Strings, we’ve gotten the question “what should my ask string be?” or “what should I test on my ask string?”