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Nonprofit Radio for July 31, 2015: People Far Away & Files Far Away

Big Nonprofit Ideas for the Other 95%

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Lisa Jervis & Jeanine ShimatsuPeople Far Away

(l-r) Lisa Jervis & Jeanine Shimatsu at NTC 2015
(l-r) Lisa Jervis & Jeanine Shimatsu at NTC 2015

Distance collaboration—whether a single co-worker telecommutes two days a week or you’ve got offices across multiple time zones—isn’t as easy as vendors would have you think. Let’s talk tools, work habits and organizational practices. Lisa Jervis is principal consultant at Information Ecology and Jeanine Shimatsu is IT specialist for Forward Together. We talked at NTC, the Nonprofit Technology Conference, hosted by Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN).

 

Tom Moberg: Files Far Away

With Tom Moberg at NTC 2015
With Tom Moberg at NTC 2015

Moving your files to the cloud presents options, obstacles and obligations (don’t make your staff cry!). Tom Moberg, independent strategic technology consultant, talks us through. This is also from NTC.

 

 

 


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Nonprofit Radio for July 10, 2015: Reach The Rural And Marginalized & Discovery Visits

Big Nonprofit Ideas for the Other 95%

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Osvaldo GomezReach The Rural And Marginalized

Osvaldo Gomez reveals lessons learned as he used online, mobile & cloud technology to improve health care outcomes in hard to reach communities. He’s technology director at Upleaf. We talked at NTC, the Nonprofit Technology Conference, hosted by Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN).

 

 

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These one-on-one meetings are critical to your prospect research. Maria Semple, our prospect research contributor and The Prospect Finder, makes sure you’re getting the most out of them. She also shares her recommendations for summer conferences throughout the U.S. that will help your research.

 

 


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Nonprofit Radio for February 28, 2014: Increase And Engage Web Traffic & Moving To The Cloud

Big Nonprofit Ideas for the Other 95%

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Sophia Latto & Mike Snusz: Increase And Engage Web Traffic

Sophia Latto & Mike Snusz
Sophia Latto & Mike Snusz

From bbcon 2013, Sophia Latto, principal consultant at Blackbaud, and Mike Snusz, senior internet marketing consultant at Blackbaud, uncover strategies to use metrics—beyond Google Analytics—to help you increase web traffic and engage visitors.

 

 

 

Scott Koegler: Moving To The Cloud

scottkoegler2009-150Scott Koegler returns to talk you through moving your critical functions—think donor management and payroll—to cloud computing. Scott is our technology contributor and editor of Nonprofit Technology News.

 

 


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If you have big dreams but an average budget, tune in to Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio.

I interview the best in the business on every topic from board relations, fundraising, social media and compliance, to technology, accounting, volunteer management, finance, marketing and beyond. Always with you in mind.

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Nonprofit Radio, November 18, 2011: Your IT Plan & The Goods on Google+ Pages

Big Nonprofit Ideas for the Other 95%

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Jason Hutchins

Jason Hutchins: Your IT Plan

Jason Hutchins, president of Nonprofit Solutions, tells you why you need an IT plan and what belongs in it. He’ll get you thinking about budget, equipment, outsourcing, the cloud and a lot more, so you avoid an IT crisis.

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Scott Koegler
Scott Koegler: Your Mobile Website

Our tech contributor, Scott Koegler, the editor of Nonprofit Technology News, kicks the tires on the recently released Google+ Pages for organizations. Should you take one for a test drive? How are they different than Facebook pages? How do you interact with supporters? What’s the mileage on these babies?
 

 


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I interview the best in the business on every topic from board relations, fundraising, social media and compliance, to technology, accounting, volunteer management, finance, marketing and beyond. Always with you in mind.

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The Premiere of the Tony Martignetti Show: Big Nonprofit Ideas for the Other 95%

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THE TONY MARTIGNETTI SHOW: Big Nonprofit Ideas for the Other 95%

— Compliance.
— Board relations.
— Fundraising.
—Technology.
— Volunteer management.
— Accounting.
— Finance.
— Marketing.
— Social media.
— Investments.

Every nonprofit faces these issues. Big nonprofits have experts in all areas.

The other 95% have The Tony Martignetti Show. Trusted experts and thought leaders throughout the country join me to take on the tough issues facing small and medium size organizations.

This week:

  • I Welcome You To My Show (so new it’s not branded yet)
  • Starting Your Planned Giving Program; guest Steve Imperato, Future Funds.
  • Cloud Computing is Perfect for Smaller Nonprofits; guest Scott Koegler, editor, Nonprofit Technology News.
  • Boards: Recruiting; Retaining; and Releasing Recalcitrants; guest Michael Davidson, board coach.

Listen: Friday, July 16th, 1-2 Eastern, and every Friday or listen to the podcast; coming to iTunes soon.

Where: Talking Alternative Broadcasting

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