|How to Write for SEO and Rank on Google
Getting noticed is a challenge. The internet is a busy, crowded place, buzzing with almost 2 billion websites and millions of brands competing for attention. Rising above the clutter and online noise requires a little strategy. Thankfully, that strategy doesn’t require a rocket scientist. Or even a computer scientist. You can create website content that […]
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POSTED OCTOBER 22, 2020 3:00 PM
|Today’s Talk with Andrea Kihlstedt
This week, Randy got to sit down with the lovely Andrea Kihlstedt to talk about capital campaigns. Andrea Kihlstedt is co-founder of the Capital Campaign Toolkit and has been guiding successful capital campaigns for over 30 years. Andrea has been involved with capital campaigns for her entire career, and she’s still passionate about them. She […]
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POSTED OCTOBER 20, 2020 9:57 PM
|4 Best Professional Development Practices for Nonprofits
Nonprofit organizations are often pressed to do more with less. Your staff is expected to be more efficient, your organization more productive, and your mission more manageable all while your piggy bank is light. Actually, 18% of nonprofits cite having a small staff (or staff transitions) as the greatest challenge they encounter. While it’s always […]
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POSTED OCTOBER 15, 2020 9:12 PM
|Today’s Talk with Lisa Chimola
This week, our very own Randy Hawthorne got to sit down with Lisa Chimola, a fablanthropy expert, who specializes in working with nonprofits to hone their gift planning skills. Lisa is the chief fablanthropist for Fablanthropy, helping nonprofits reach the intersection of fabulous and philanthropy. As she talked with Randy, she discussed a few reservations […]
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POSTED OCTOBER 15, 2020 2:05 AM
|A Recap of Cause Camp 2020 – Celebrate Your Smaller Donors
Cause Camp 2020 is officially in the books! Nonprofit professionals from all over the country tuned in for two full days of premium education, inspiration, and connection. Our team owes a big ‘thank you’ to our Cause Camp host, Julia Campbell, who gracefully led us through both days of programming. Here is a recap of […]
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POSTED OCTOBER 09, 2020 4:27 PM
|8 Essential Nonprofit Tools to Get You off the Ground
So, you’re starting a nonprofit, that’s great! The world needs people like you. Your next step is choosing specific software tools that can help you get it off the ground. But here’s the problem, how do you know which ones are right for you when they all seem to be offering similar services? Good news, […]
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POSTED OCTOBER 08, 2020 3:00 PM
|How to Find a Volunteer SEO Specialist for Your Nonprofit’s Website
Search Engine Optimisation, or SEO, helps increase traffic to your nonprofit’s website. By using the right SEO techniques your website will rise in search engine rankings and receive more traffic. However, drawing an audience to your website is only half the battle. Good SEO practices ensure visitors are more engaged and prepared to donate. This […]
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POSTED OCTOBER 01, 2020 9:11 PM
|5 Ways to Incorporate Data and Automation into Your Marketing Strategy
Information is important in any field. Nonprofit organizations are no exception. The data utilized by the nonprofit sector can be used for an effective marketing strategy when handled properly. Like anything that regards compelling those to donate their time or money, it pays to be unobtrusive, but always vigilant in your approach. Here are a […]
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POSTED SEPTEMBER 30, 2020 3:57 PM
|2020 Election: How to Change Your Digital Media Strategy
When 2020 began, we knew we were in for a wild ride with a presidential election cycle. Little did we know everything else this year had in store for us. With the upcoming election on everyone’s minds, many nonprofit organizations are becoming concerned about how their fundraising efforts will be affected in this already-challenging environment. […]
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POSTED SEPTEMBER 24, 2020 4:00 PM
|How to Survive Today and Thrive Tomorrow
Chantal Sheehan is a speaker at Cause Camp 2020 Oh, 2020. It started off strong, but by March, our world had been turned upside down by the ‘Rona. While we’re all learning how to live, work and play (at home, all together, all the time, aah!!) those of us in the nonprofit sector may soon […]
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POSTED SEPTEMBER 22, 2020 3:00 PM
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|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
|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.
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|Ohio Suggested Workers’ Compensation Reforms from NFIB
10 Suggestions for the 133rd Ohio General Assembly to consider to help reform the workers' compensation system...
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|5 Big Challenges Faced by New Small Business Owners
How to plow through common roadblocks every new entrepreneur faces.
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|Report: Few Virus Cases in Working Age Californians Result in Comp Claims
Only one-in-14 COVID-19 cases involving working-age Californians from May through September of 2020 has been claimed as a job injury, while only 1-in-25 COVID-19 deaths among working age individuals has been claimed to be work-related according to a new California …
POSTED OCTOBER 23, 2020 5:34 PM
|North Carolina Continues on Reopening Path Despite Rising Virus Numbers
North Carolina Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper said Wednesday that the state will keep its reopening guidelines in place for three more weeks, at a time when key coronavirus metrics worsen. Since Cooper increased mass indoor and outdoor gathering limits and …
POSTED OCTOBER 23, 2020 4:59 PM
|Family Settles Suit Over Death of South Carolina High School Football Player
A South Carolina family has settled a lawsuit filed after a 14-year-old high school football player collapsed after an intense practice and died, news outlets reported. The suit, filed against Lexington County School District 1 over the death River Bluff …
POSTED OCTOBER 23, 2020 4:58 PM
|Georgia County to Pay $1M Fine Over Sewage Leaks to Buy Time for Repairs
A suburban Atlanta county where leaky pipes keep spilling raw sewage into creeks and rivers would pay a $1.05 million fine to regulators and get seven more years to make repairs under a new proposed federal court order. DeKalb County …
POSTED OCTOBER 23, 2020 4:49 PM
|North Dakota Seeks to Use Coronavirus Aid for Fracking
North Dakota officials say they want to repurpose $16 million in federal coronavirus aid and spend it on grants to encourage fracking instead of using it to clean up abandoned oil well sites. Regulators have presented the proposal as a …
POSTED OCTOBER 23, 2020 4:44 PM