Election day is one week away. That is a big deal for my clients.
My clients are non-profits and advocacy groups. They work in a variety of issue areas ranging from criminal justice to energy to foreign policy. And each one of them has something to gain or something to lose in this election....Continue Reading
Email is still important.
Of all the marketing tools available to you, it’s got the highest return on investment. According to Salsa, if you spend $1, you’ll get $40 back. And, if you’re a nonprofit, it drives a third of your online fundraising revenue.
Especially for a non-profit,...Continue Reading
Turns out there is only one direct flight from DCA to SEA on a Sunday. And Katie was on it. She arrived in Seattle at 10am and had nothing to do.
After a bit of googling, she booked an afternoon tour of Pike Place with Savor Seattle....Continue Reading
Life is full of things we do because we have to. Trips to the DMV. Jury duty. Paying taxes. Dental appointments. Oil changes. These things are no fun. But as painful and tedious as these tasks are, the consequences of not doing them are far worse.
Spending $50 and an hour of your life getting an oil change sucks. ...Continue Reading
Let’s be honest, I code differently than you. And you code differently than the guy sitting next to you with Cheez-it crumb fingers playing Pokemon Go when no one is looking. So how can we (front end developers) make sure we are providing consistent high quality code across a team? ...Continue Reading
If you work at a membership-based organization such as a professional society, trade association or nonprofit, the situation below may sound familiar:
Your members have periodically asked you to provide them with ways to collaborate with each other. You decide to act on the request and build a new members only section on your website with frequently requested features such as a member directory,...Continue Reading