|How Showing Donors the ROI Will Boost Your Fundraising
This blog was sponsored by GrowthForce Pop quiz! What accounts for more donations in the nonprofit world: A) larger corporations or B) individual donors? If you answered A, you are not alone. One of the biggest misunderstandings is that larger corporations are the biggest givers to nonprofits. In reality, it’s the complete opposite—over 80% of […]
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POSTED JUNE 22, 2021 3:00 PM
|Good Finds For Nonprofits: Bonjoro
Each week we’ll bring you a new resource that we think could revolutionize the nonprofit sector—or at least your workweek. It may be an app, platform, podcast, or product that will help you do more good. This time, we’re looking at Bonjoro, a video messaging app. Bonjoro “Bonjoro!” More than a greeting, this email video […]
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POSTED JUNE 17, 2021 3:00 PM
|Podcast Recap: Dana Snyder (& Cause Camp Speaker Reveal!)
First Cause Camp Fall speaker revealed! Check out our conversation with Dana Snyder of Positive Equation on our podcast! Are your social media ads helping or confusing your donors? Dana Snyder, the brilliant mind behind the major nonprofit movement Movember, joined us for a chat on the Hubcast podcast. This episode focuses on donor attraction […]
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POSTED JUNE 15, 2021 3:00 PM
|9 Things Every Nonprofit Startup Needs To Know
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POSTED JUNE 10, 2021 3:00 PM
|What is a Vision Statement? Why Nonprofits Need Them
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POSTED JUNE 08, 2021 3:00 PM
|6 Summer Fundraiser Ideas for 2021
Is your organization in the process of planning a summer fundraiser? While fundraising during COVID times seems challenging, having an engaging and accessible event is still possible. Plenty of options are available—from outdoor events to virtual fun. Many traditional fundraisers can also be tailored and still work with social distancing. Here are six pandemic-friendly fundraiser […]
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POSTED JUNE 03, 2021 3:00 PM
|3 A/B Tests to Dramatically Improve Your Nonprofit Email Fundraising
This blog was sponsored by NextAfter A/B testing is built into almost every email marketing platform in existence. It’s a method for testing a user’s behavior by experimenting with different campaign elements. But having an A/B testing tool and running effective A/B tests are two very different things. For example, some simple A/B tests that […]
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POSTED JUNE 01, 2021 3:00 PM
|Sponsorship v. Donations: The Drawbacks and Benefits
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POSTED MAY 27, 2021 3:00 PM
|It’s Time To Reclaim Your Nonprofit’s Assets
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POSTED MAY 25, 2021 3:00 PM
|5 Things You Should Know About Influencer Marketing – The Beginner’s Guide
This blog was sponsored by Socialfix In today’s world, social media plays a very important role in our lives. Apart from that, marketers have also realized how to attract valuable customers through collaborations with various influencers on these platforms. Many brands across the globe now build trust with consumers and leverage trendsetters’ influence on their […]
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POSTED MAY 20, 2021 3:00 PM
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|Small Business Issues in the 2021 Texas Legislature
Here's a look at the challenges we're tackling in this year's legislative session.
POSTED SEPTEMBER 07, 2016
|Members of Congress Take the Small Business Challenge
A NFIB program helps lawmakers understand life as a small business owner.
POSTED NOVEMBER 10, 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
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|Seahawks Allowing Full Crowds at Lumen Field Next Season
The Seattle Seahawks intend to have full capacity crowds at Lumen Field for the upcoming season after the team received approval from the NFL and local and state health officials to completely reopen the stadium. Fans won’t be required to …
POSTED JUNE 23, 2021 8:47 PM
|Alaska One of Few States to Allow Cannabis Lounges, but Pandemic Paused Plans
Regulators amid much fanfare in early 2020 approved two cannabis lounges in Alaska, making it one of the few states where customers would be allowed to use marijuana at retail pot shops. Then the pandemic hit. One of the sites …
POSTED JUNE 23, 2021 8:35 PM
|California Wildfires Burning in Coastal And Sierra Wilderness
California wildfires were burning in tinder dry vegetation in rugged central coast mountains and near an Eastern Sierra trailhead where hikers begin treks to the summit of Mount Whitney. More than 500 firefighters were battling the Willow Fire, which has …
POSTED JUNE 23, 2021 8:27 PM
|Burns & Wilcox Purchases Morehead City, North Carolina Office Building
Burns & Wilcox announced the purchase of an office building located in Morehead City, North Carolina at 800 Arendell. The newly acquired building is already the home of the company’s Morehead City-based team. Formerly owned by Wells Fargo Bank, the …
POSTED JUNE 23, 2021 4:46 PM
|Claudette Heads to Sea Leaving Wake of Damage Across Southeast
Claudette regained tropical storm status and headed out to sea from the North Carolina coast Monday, less than two days after the system killed 14 people in Alabama, including nine children who died in a highway crash. Eight of the …
POSTED JUNE 23, 2021 4:44 PM