It is obvious that as a nonprofit you don’t want to fail with your CRM implementation.
More than 60% of nonprofit organizations don’t use any type of Analytics tracking to better understand their visitors.
Many believe that tools like Google Analytics are useful only for businesses that sell stuff. Of course, this could not be further from the truth.
The truth is Google Analytics can be extremely beneficial for nonprofit organizations. Here’s why.
Remember the small crisp messages that pop on your phone at random times, but isn’t an email, SMS or a missed call? These messages called as Push Notifications, come from the several apps that you may have installed on your phone.
Push notifications are one of the most powerful ways of marketing in the world of e-commerce. They empower the app publishers to reach out to their customers wherever they are, to engage them, and eventually redirect them to their app-offers and deals.
Nonprofits might not be after revenue but they still have big goals that they are after.
No matter if it’s fighting climate change, supporting people during natural disasters or feeding the homeless, they need to measure the success of their activities.
They still need to understand what’s going on and how their actions affect the world.
One of the biggest challenges for startups today is hiring talented software developers.
The bag things is it’s getting harder and harder. Especially, when they have to compete with big companies like Google, Facebook and Amazon.
Salesforce is an amazing platform when it comes to sales, marketing and business process management.
However, it was never known for its document storage capabilities. You can store documents there but for that it charges you quite high fees for storage and is not as robust as SharePoint in this aspect.