Is your org in a tough spot right now?
I get it. You needed to start reaching more supporters yesterday. The urgency is there, but the well of prospects might not be looking so full from where you’re standing.
Companies understand this. That’s why buying lists is a thing.
But heed this advice before you pull out the credit card! If your only strategy is to blast emails to everyone on that list, then your org is unlikely to see a great return on the investment.
In fact, quite the opposite! Your org could do some real damage to your email reach.
Continue reading “Buying lists? Here’s why your org can’t just email everyone on it.”
So! Your org is implementing a new system. What’s your game plan for migrating all that data?
Perhaps you don’t have one, because #time. You spent enough of it searching for the right platform in the first place, and deciding whether to migrate at all. Then, you had to jump through all those hoops to start implementing!
Continue reading “6 Questions to Help You Prep for Your Data Migration”
Today, we’re diving into Volunteers for Salesforce (V4S) – a volunteer management app that sits on top of Salesforce NPSP.
Continue reading “Volunteers for Salesforce (V4S): What it Does, Why it Works & How to Get it”
Background: I’m working with an org to help them get Volunteers for Salesforce up and running. So I did what any well-intentioned Salesforce volunteer would do. I went to Trailhead, since it wasn’t something I had implemented before!
Scenario: Using my own developer org (free, personal Salesforce instance), I walked through the following Salesforce Trailhead modules, in this order:
Continue reading “Volunteers for Salesforce (V4S): Troubleshooting the Volunteer Job Signup page”
For many orgs, it’s the the end of the fiscal year. So it’s about that time when devo, IT, program and executive staff across the sector begin to ask the controversial question.
Is it time to ditch our nonprofit CRM / ESP / other database system?
Continue reading “Should your nonprofit migrate to a new database?”