The countdown continues with reason #4 to convince your boss you shouldn’t miss the upcoming Soapbox User Summit on April 19th.
Reason #4: Share tips & tricks with fellow Soapbox clients
So we know you are quite fond of reaching out to your favorite PICnetters to garner advice on non-profit tech best practice for your org’s website (and why wouldn’t you be with our 11 years of experience in the trenches), but wouldn’t it be nice to be able to bounce ideas off other Soapbox clients as well? Join us in fostering the greater Soapbox community so that you can multiply the wealth of resources you have at your disposal to make a compelling, inviting website.
At SUS12, we’ll encourage fellow Soapbox clients to share tips, tricks, and war stories so that you will walk away with a whole new arsenal to support your mission.
Register today to join the crowd.
Stay tuned for the next 3 reasons why you shouldn’t miss SUS12.
We PICnetters are lucky to get a firsthand glimpse into the inner workings of social change agents in action. Our non-profit clients are why we exist in the first place … what can I say, we love our clients! We feel even more fortunate to know that the feeling is mutual. We thought we’d share some recent praise for one PICnetter in particular, Amber Manning, our newest project manager.
Amber had the pleasure of working with Groundswell (née DC Project), an organization dedicated to combating both economic inequality and environmental decline by promoting clean energy in local communities. Groundswell underwent a rebranding and needed a new website to match their new face to the world. Read more »
So you know that the Soapbox User Summit promises affordable training and Salesforce goodness, but this week we’re going to focus on yet another perk of joining your greater Soapbox family in DC on April 19th: Read more »
If you’re a socially responsible business doing good for the world, you should be able to spread your message without it costing you an arm and a leg. I mean, aren’t there already enough barriers to entry for companies trying to do business the right way in today’s “cut costs at any means” world?
We’re pleased to announce a 50% discount off our standard monthly fee for Soapbox Mailer for Salesforce to all B Corporations. With Soapbox Mailer, organizations can send mass emails directly from within Salesforce, complete with campaign analytics, integrations with Facebook and Twitter, reporting, and a ton of other features.
Starting today, companies no longer need to pay ridiculously high rates to send professional mass emails to customers and prospects. For many B Corporations using Salesforce, this could easily mean a 90% savings in their mass email costs versus other services. And with a transaction rate of only $0.10 per 1,000 emails sent, you won’t need to worry about cutting down your list just to stay within a budget.
To learn more about Soapbox Mailer, just hop over to our Soapbox Mailer for Salesforce Web page.
Just a few minutes ago, a small group of non-profit pioneers received the call from the head of the wagon train to blaze the trail towards the first release of our new Soapbox Mailer product.
During the next few weeks, these pioneers will work closely with our team to continue knocking out bugs and polishing final features for the premiere release of our email marketing service for organizations using Salesforce.
Interested in learning how your organization can save more than 90% in email marketing costs (sorry Vertical Response), and pay as little as $0.10 per 1,000 emails you send? Want to sign up to be part of the next batch of Soapbox Mailer pioneers? Just mosey over to our Soapbox Engage website to learn more about what we’ve got cooking on the skillet.
With web technology raging full speed ahead and fundraising needs only growing, now is the time to maximize the value of your website to the fullest. The Soapbox User Summit on Thursday, April 19, 2012 in DC will be jam-packed with the tools and knowledge you need to take your website to the next level.
If you’re wondering what you stand to get out of this event, or if your boss needs convincing, we’ve put a list together of the top 7 reasons why you can’t afford to miss this phenomenal event. Read more »