545: CRM Selection & What To Ask Before Your New Website – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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This Week: 

CRM Selection 
As part of our continuing 21NTC coverage, Rubin Singh returns to help you focus on what matters in CRM selection. To keep you safe from a serious misstep, he also shares his thoughts on what else might be the problem, besides your CRM database. Rubin is CEO of One Tenth Consulting. 

What To Ask Before Your New Website 
Stephen Tidmore from Mighty Citizen built his first website in 1999, and hasn’t stopped. He shares the questions you need to ask up front, before you embark on a new website project. This is also from 21NTC. 

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528: Domestic Terrorism And Your Nonprofit & 21NTC – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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This Week: 

Domestic Terrorism And Your Nonprofit 
Insurrection at the US Capitol. Insurrection by redditers against hedge funds. Our nonprofit community is also at risk of domestic terrorism, regardless of mission. What are those risks and what can you do to minimize them? In collaboration with the Nonprofit SnapCast podcast, my guests are Mickey Desai, SnapCast host, Heidi Beirich at Global Project Against Hate and Extremism, and Pete Clay with CyberOpz. 

21NTC 
Amy Sample Ward returns to reveal what’s planned for NTEN’s virtual 21NTC on March 23 to 25. Many of their smart speakers will be guests on Nonprofit Radio over the next months. Amy is NTEN’s CEO and our social media and technology contributor.

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517: Your Annual Report As Marketing Channel & Project Management In Fundraising – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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This Week: 

Your Annual Report As Marketing Channel
You’re producing an annual report, why not make it less boring and more engaging? Why not make it digital? Josh Kligman and Jeff Rum show you how. They’re from Yearly. 

Project Management In Fundraising 
Jonah Halper wants you to apply project management principles as you raise money. He’s from Altruicity. 

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514: How To Work In Uncertainty & Low-Cost Fundraising Software – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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This Week: 

How To Work In Uncertainty
A June study of nonprofits has lessons for now and our future. The election may be settled, but there are unknowns afoot: the pandemic; reaction to the election; a divided federal government; federal stimulus; racial reckoning; climate change. The study’s co-authors shepherd us. They’re Gail Bower at Bower & Co. Consulting LLC and Karen Eber Davis at Karen Eber Davis Consulting.

Low-Cost Fundraising Software Guide
Chris Bernard
and Amadie Hart, the co-authors of Tech Impact’s new software selection guide, talk us through: What these systems offer; how to compare them; and how to select the best one for your needs.

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508: End Of Year Fundraising – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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End Of Year Fundraising
Jen Frazier talks you through. What do you want in your workplan? How does the pandemic impact your strategy? It’s a comprehensive convo for your 4th quarter. She’s founder of Firefly Partners.

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506: Special Episode: POC Underrepresented In Nonprofit Leadership – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Special Episode: 

POC Underrepresented In Nonprofit Leadership
The willingness and skills of people of color aren’t represented in leadership circles. That’s the main message coming out of Building Movement Project’s report, “Race To Lead Revisited.” We visit the report’s conclusions and recommendations with BMP’s co-director, Sean Thomas-Breitfeld. 

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504: Get Heard In A Time Of Info Fatigue & Digital Marketing Policies – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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This week: 

Get Heard In A Time Of Info Fatigue
Organic reach and engagement are down on Facebook and other social networks. So how do you get your marketing messages through? Julia Campbell shares her expert advice. She’s principal of J. Campbell Social Marketing. 

Digital Marketing Policies 
You’ll need policies around the smart online marketing you’re now doing. Our 20NTC panel reveals what belongs in your policies, why you’ll improve workflow and how policies can be exciting! They’re Misty McLaughlin and Justin Birdsong from Cause Craft Consulting, and Kacey Crawford with Sierra Club. 

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501: Donor Surveys & People-Powered Movements – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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This week: 

Donor Surveys
Make the most of the donors you have by discovering their potential through surveying. Crystal Mahon and Christian Robillard talk principles, best practices and goal setting. Crystal is with STARS Air Ambulance and Christian is at Beyond The Bake Sale. (Part of our 20NTC coverage)

People-Powered Movements
This 20NTC panel helps you build more effective and more inclusive movements by encouraging you to think about communications, power and privilege. They’re Celina Stewart from League of Women Voters U.S. and Gloria Pan with Moms Rising.

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496a: Special Episode: Your Dismantling Racism Journey – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Special Episode: 

Your Dismantling Racism Journey
Starting with your people, your culture and your leadership, how do you identify, talk about and begin to break down inequitable structures in your nonprofit? My guest is Pratichi Shah, founder & CEO at Flourish Talent Management Solutions.

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492a: Special Episode: Starting The Racism Conversation – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Special Episode: 

Starting The Racism Conversation
The murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis police on Memorial Day, May 25th, has incited 14 days of protests and calls for reform of structural racism. Racism and white privilege, after 401 years of it in the United States, exist not only in law enforcement, but all legal structures, education, healthcare, the economy—and nonprofits. What can we, the nonprofit community, do to be the change we want to see. How do we start the racism conversation in our offices? My guest is Kay Suarez, executive director of Equity in the Center.

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