Monthly Archives: December 2010

Final Two Days of December Are Critical to Online Giving

Network for Good’s Online Giving Study found that nearly a quarter of all online gifts are made in the final two days of December.

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Does Twitter Matter?

According to a new study from the Pew Internet and American Life Project, 8% of online adults use Twitter, with just 2% using the micro publishing service daily: “We asked online adults: ‘Do you use Twitter?’ In this survey, 8% … read more >

Women More Likely to Give Than Men

Women are more likely or as likely to give as men in every charitable sector. A new study from the Women’s Philanthropy Institute at The Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University challenges the old notion that men give more than … read more >

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Are recession cut backs causing you to miss the boat?

Nonprofit leaders’ fears about “sinking the boat” (making bad investment decisions in marketing and fundraising) make it more likely they will “miss the boat” when it comes to taking advantage of opportunities that entail some risk and investment.

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