|Being a Successful Fundraiser in 2021
I have an obsession. I love defining what makes a fundraiser successful, bottling it, and using it to empower nonprofit professionals and volunteers. I’m obsessed with helping them become more productive in securing gifts to advance the charities and good causes they’re so passionate about. I enjoyed being a higher education fundraiser for about 25 […]
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POSTED JANUARY 21, 2021 4:00 PM
|Today’s Talk with Brady Josephson
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POSTED JANUARY 19, 2021 4:00 PM
|6 Steps to Get the Press to Tell Your Story
Almost all media now feature feel-good stories about people and organizations that do good. Even so, getting attention from the shrinking, but highly diversified, press pool still takes persistence and creativity. Here are 6 steps to get the press to tell your story: 1. Don’t wait for them to call That’s like waiting for lightning […]
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POSTED JANUARY 14, 2021 4:00 PM
|Today’s Talk with Kerstin Heuer
Welcome back! For our first video of the year, we sat down with marketing expert Kerstin Heuer to discuss goals. It is important to reflect on the challenges and opportunities that 2020 brought. Kerstin shared a tool she’s been using to reflect on the last year both personally and professionally. While the typical new year’s […]
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POSTED JANUARY 12, 2021 4:00 PM
|Best Blogging Practices for Nonprofit Organizations
A blog is an indispensable digital marketing tool. Many businesses and organizations use blogs to share compelling stories and connect with their audience. Blogging should be part of most nonprofit’s content marketing plans. Used properly, it can leverage a nonprofit’s efforts by engaging its target audience with stories that speak directly about its mission and […]
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POSTED JANUARY 07, 2021 4:00 PM
|Mail vs. Email: Pros & Cons of Each Fundraising Channel
When it comes to choosing the right marketing channel for your nonprofit fundraising, you’ll want to consider the pros and cons of each option. The two most prominent fundraising channels for nonprofits are direct mail and email. Both of these, when used well, can bring much-needed funds to a charity’s tight budget. Here are the […]
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POSTED JANUARY 05, 2021 4:00 PM
|5 Ways To Grow Your Nonprofit’s Membership Base
This post was sponsored by Wild Apricot Growing your membership is hard at the best of times, and with COVID-19, it might feel downright impossible. The good thing is the challenges of raising support and funds during a pandemic has forced organizations to get creative. We’ve heard of out-of-the-box approaches to virtual events that include […]
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POSTED JANUARY 04, 2021 4:00 PM
|SEO Tips To Index And Rank Faster
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) has seen a world of difference in recent times. Though the essentials remain the same, the tables have turned over time. Keywords have evolved and strategy has been completely revamped. Marketers continue to launch new ways to increase organic traffic to the website. Here are some SEO tips to index and […]
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POSTED DECEMBER 31, 2020 4:00 PM
|How Nonprofits Can Expect the Unexpected When Budgeting
Managing money for a nonprofit often feels like laying train tracks ahead of a speeding locomotive. An organization’s course depends on how well its leaders manage money down the line. Here is how nonprofits can expect the unexpected when budgeting. For example, Doctors Without Borders operated 10% ahead of its budget before the stock market came crashing […]
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POSTED DECEMBER 29, 2020 4:00 PM
|Today’s Talk with Steven Shattuck
For Today’s Talk, we called Steven Shattuck, Chief Engagement Officer at Bloomerang. He answered some questions that every nonprofit has been asking this year. Is it still okay to fundraise during a pandemic? What will fundraising look like over the next few years? In this conversation, Steven has some great advice for anyone who might […]
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POSTED DECEMBER 22, 2020 4:00 PM
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|Top 5 Small Business Issues in the Texas Legislature
Here's a look at the challenges we're tackling in this year's legislative session.
POSTED SEPTEMBER 07, 2016
|Challenges facing NFIB in Arkansas
Pass Mandatory Drug Testing for All Social Programs
Social programs are intended to help people during their time of need, not to subsidize drug use. Most employers require a clean drug test to get a job. So passing drug testing for all social programs will limit their use to those who are unable to work or are truly in between jobs.
Reduce or Eliminate the Personal Property Tax on Businesses
Business owners pay taxes on the income they use to buy office equipment, furniture and fixtures. Then they are taxed when they purchase the items. Local governments should not also be able to tax the ownership of these items as well. That is why we are working to reduce or eliminate the overly burdensome personal property tax for businesses.
Reduce or Eliminate Tax Penalties for Unintentional Tax Errors
Taxes should be paid when due. However, sometimes business owners have to amend their tax returns due to accounting errors, or even fraud and theft by employees. When a business owner voluntarily pays the government more in taxes they should not also pay penalties and interest
POSTED OCTOBER 23, 2014
|Ohio Suggested Workers’ Compensation Reforms from NFIB
10 Suggestions for the 133rd Ohio General Assembly to consider to help reform the workers' compensation system...
POSTED JANUARY 27, 2015
|The Best Free Business Email Services
POSTED MARCH 16, 2011
|5 Big Challenges Faced by New Small Business Owners
How to plow through common roadblocks every new entrepreneur faces.
POSTED MAY 23, 2014
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News – Insurance Journal
|California Construction Worker Charged with Workers’ Comp Fraud
Jose Zepeda, 45, of Fresno, Calif., self-surrendered this week on multiple felony counts of insurance fraud and attempted perjury after filing a workers’ compensation insurance claim and allegedly misleading the insurance carrier regarding his employment status in order to collect …
POSTED JANUARY 22, 2021 10:38 PM
|Jumpstart Parametric Earthquake Firm on Move in West
Jumpstart Insurance Solutions Inc. is on the move in the earthquake-prone West – and the company is now working with insurance agents. Jumpstart, a licensed surplus lines insurance broker using Lloyd’s capacity, began offering earthquake insurance in California a little …
POSTED JANUARY 22, 2021 6:56 PM
|Alabama Transgender Driver’s License Policy Ruled Unconstitutional
Alabama’s policy requiring a transgender person to undergo full gender reassignment surgery before they can change the sex on their driver’s license is unconstitutional, a federal judge ruled Friday. U.S. District Judge Myron Thompson said Alabama policy’s that people “can …
POSTED JANUARY 22, 2021 5:52 PM
|Biden Revokes Keystone XL Pipeline Permit; Construction Halted
Construction on the long disputed Keystone XL oil pipeline halted on Jan. 21 as incoming U.S. President Joe Biden revoked its permit on his first day in office. The 1,700-mile (2,735-kilometer) pipeline was planned to carry roughly 800,000 barrels of …
POSTED JANUARY 22, 2021 5:39 PM
|Homeowners Claims, Delays Top Louisiana 2020 Storm Complaints
The majority of complaint Louisiana insurance regulators have received in relation to the historic 2020 hurricane season concern homeowners insurance. The Louisiana Department of Insurance (LDI) reports that nearly 80 percent of the 873 complaints it has received about hurricane …
POSTED JANUARY 22, 2021 5:34 PM