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How to Start a Nonprofit. A DIY websites for Nonprofits.
How to Start a Nonprofit. A DIY websites for Nonprofits.

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In this podcast I talk with Andrew Schulman (Schulmanconsulting.com). Andrew is a Fiscal Sponsorship Adviser that specializes in working with nonprofit. This is a very broad topic and much of If you want a quick overview of what fiscal sponsorship is and…

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We all want our nonprofits to be sustainable. We want a regular source of revenue, program participants, board members and staff. But does having all this mean we are sustainable? In this podcast, Laurie Wolf talks with us about how sustainability is “not…

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If you are trying to reach everyone, you’ll end up appealing to no one. That statement resonated with me. During my time in graduate school I firmly believed that nonprofits, especially museums by their socially democratic nature, should be for everyone.…

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There’s a digital divide that exists between non-profit and for-profit companies. For some reason, while the tech business is flourishing and every industry is ‘going digital’ with more web and mobile presence, many non-profits keep operating in the same…

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“How long is my video suppose to be?” If I can get a penny for every time I hear customers ask that question, I think I would be banking the benjamins. I have to admit that I didn’t know the answer to this question. But, after certain period of research,…

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If you want to get more people to your website then this is the podcast to listen to. There are some simple steps you can take to get and KEEP visitors on your website. Today’s guest is Chris Ferdinandi. Chris is the founder of GoMakeThings.com and a web…

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Over the past year, I’ve been working with a friend and colleague from the tech-sector on various consulting services for non-profits. As someone who comes from the non-profit sector, working with a trained UX (User Experience) Designer has been…

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As someone working for a nonprofit, the term “limited resources,” probably seems like an understatement. Nonprofit organizations are often stretched thin with staff and volunteers filling multiple roles to accomplish a multitude of goals. While you’re…

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Inspiration can occur most anywhere. For Nicolette Holferty it struck while she was knitting a hat for a friend. But getting over the resistance and self-doubt of pursuing her idea seemed to challenge her around each corner. Note… I said “challenge”, not…
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