Blog series – Simple ideas for successful online nonprofit membership management using Salesforce

Needing to draft your own army to move mountains of paperwork for member management? What if there were ways to reduce the workload and increase effectiveness?

Photograph of military mail censors at work

Back in August, we posted an article sharing 15 reasons why membership organizations love Non-Profit Soapbox and Salesforce. In it, we offered specific ways the Soapbox platform is being used by nonprofit membership organizations to integrate with their Salesforce instances to increase staff efficiency, bolster member satisfaction, and become more effective in meeting their missions.

As we’ve been building integrated online solutions for membership organizations, we continue to be impressed by the vast potential that connecting this world-class CRM with one’s website has to supercharge member organizations.

Over the course of the next two weeks, we’ll be sharing a series of blog posts highlighting quick tips to do just that. These will focus on simple ideas that can make a big, big difference.

Got ideas of your own? Feel free to post them in the comments section or contact us directly.

First up in the series tomorrow: using your website to inform and target your member communications.

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