Blog

SEE HOW CLOUD FOR GOOD CAN HELP YOU CREATE MORE VALUE WITH SALESFORCE.

Latest Posts

This post includes a comparison of different reporting and BI tools for Salesforce: Conga Queries, BI OnDemand, Crystal Reports, GoodData, and Birst.

Read More »

To help you master the art of searching in Salesforce this post includes a few tips and tricks for the Salesforce Global Search.

Read More »

Email is an incredibly effective way to communicate with your constituents. Here is a list of items you must include in every marketing email.

Read More »

Trish Perkins, a Cloud Consultant at Cloud for Good spoke with Kevin Bromer at Dreamforce 2012 about his role and the future of the Nonprofit Starter Pack.

Read More »

Winter ’13 has more surprises for us in the nonprofit community, the Sales Cloud are the ones aimed specifically at the development directors who help keep our nonprofits’ doors open and our missions on track to change the world!

Read More »

One of the best advantages Salesforce has is its awesome community. The Salesforce community is the place for you to find great resources at no cost (yes, FREE). At Dreamforce 2012, I led a session together with fellow Salesforce MVPs, Jennifer Phillips, Bryan Boroughf, and Matt Brown called Getting to Know the Community (#GTKTC). During the session, we shared many resources available in the community.

Read More »

In an effort to help you navigate the changing landscape of the Salesforce platform Idealist Consulting and Cloud for Good have pooled their resources and knowledge to provide the nonprofit community with this brief report of the most commonly utilized Salesforce CRM’s for Nonprofits.

Read More »

Win a free Quickstart implementation at Dreamforce.

Read More »

Common Ground users have recently learned that Blackbouad will be retired. Read more to learn about what will actually happen and what should you do.

Read More »

Understanding donors, constituents & volunteers and how to communicate with them is imperative to gaining attention in the nonprofit sector. Poor management of contact data can have dire consequences.

Read More »

Guest blog post by David Krumlauf. David is an NPTech superstar and the Chief Technologist for a small family foundation based in Chicago, IL where he does the IT work for several of their grantees. You can read about the foundation and his work at: http://piercefamilyfoundation.org.

Read More »

Tal Frankfurt is leading two information-packed sessions at Dreamforce 2012, we hope and I hope that you’ll be able to join us!

Read More »