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Please join us for our next Tennessee/Arkansas nonprofit user group in Memphis! This is a great opportunity to get together, chat about issues relevant to
Network for Good has just published a new e-book called “Cause Marketing Through Social Media”. This eGuide identifies the key questions your company should ask
To expedite the process of finding your ideal technology partner and to receive an accurate proposal you should create a request for proposal (RFP). This comprehensive document should contain all of the project’s requirements. There is no standardized or absolute format for an RFP; however, it should be structured in a manner that best conveys all aspects of your project to potential vendors.
The Foundation Center released a new study report that documents how far foundations have come in terms of using social media tools. This report covers the social media services that are used by the foundation leaders on the Foundation Center’s Grantmaker Leadership Panel.
We often have conversations with our Salesforce clients about the best way to send email blasts. Should they use the native Salesforce CRM capabilities or a specialized email marketing application from the AppExchange?
The Salesforce Foundation is offering nonprofit organizations and benefit corporations10 donated licenses of the Salesforce Enterprise edition. You can choose from two different configurations of their product donation – Salesforce CRM or Salesforce CRM + Nonprofit Starter Pack. What is the difference? Which version is right for your organization?