There has been a lot of discussion in the sector around the introduction of the Fundraising Protection Service next year and the big red, opt out button. But with a lot of uncertainly as to what it will look like exactly, what do the changes mean for your organisation?
Integration is the Holy Grail that all not-for-profit organisations are looking for when it comes to the effective use of technology. Whilst it requires planning so that the business logic and workflows are in place to operate in the manner expected, it is well worth the effort.
Time: it always seems to be in short supply so finding additional ways to save this precious asset - whether we’re running campaigns for charities, membership associations, education establishments, or religious organisations – can help us to be more efficient and effective. ?
Insight is not just about having access to more information - it's about having access to data in a format that makes it easy to digest, see trends and opportunities, and then be in a position to do something about them.
The GDPR is coming into effect in May 2018, you may think this is too far away to be thinking about currently but now is the time to review your compliance and start preparing in order to ensure your organisation remains compliant.
Everyone these days is talking mobile. And there's a good reason for that, because mobile usage is far outstripping everything else and along with tablets, is the most popular device for accessing information.
We live in a time-poor world - get across what you want to say in 140 characters of less, or miss your chance! It's a world where relevancy becomes increasingly important to capture the attention of your audience and engage with them.