It’s not the hammer but the house that it’s building that is the focus and goal.
Are you getting the most of out your organization’s communications megaphone?
Review these three quick content pointers – and grab our free Soapbox Communication Planner to help you plan the publishing of that content for maximum effect.
We’re proud to say a hearty “Ahoy there!” to the latest Soapbox Engage Partner, Bigger Boat Consulting.
Aboard Bigger Boat are some fantastic mates dedicated to launching unmitigated Salesforce success for nonprofit clients.
As they tell it: Read more »
With the current protests in Turkey and Brazil, focus is again being drawn to the role of social media in mass movements agitating for change.
News outlets are highlighting social media’s ability to bridge national boundaries to inspire and inform groups thousands of miles away from one another – as well as confuse and muddle their messages and goals.
We commented earlier on the massive explosion of mobile internet use and how it is contributing to 2013 being the year of responsive web design – responsive web design being a powerful and flexible way to make your site mobile-friendly.
How do you know if your site traffic justifies the investment in making your website mobile-friendly? If you’ve got Google Analytics tracking traffic, you’ve got ready-made reporting waiting for you. Read more »
Who is Global Fund for Women?
Global Fund for Women funds women-led organizations at the local, regional and national level. Through its support grants, the Global Fund for Women advances women’s rights by increasing resources for and investing in these organizations. Their main vision is to create a sustainable world where women and girls realize their human rights and have a voice to create change. Read more »
On Monday, Google announced that it will retire Google Checkout in November 2013.
What does that mean for organizations using Google Checkout to accept online payments? As Google notes: Read more »
If you’re a nonprofit in D.C., the Salesforce.com Foundation wants to buy you lunch.
The Salesforce.com Foundation Luncheon takes place tomorrow from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm at the Washington Convention Center. It’s designed to foster collaborative discussions among nonprofits about best practices for using the platform, how you can use it to better connect with constituents and clients, and how you can supercharge your mission to foster social good.
We’ll be in attendance and excited to contribute to the conversation of how Salesforce.com can make your organization more efficient and effective.
See you there!
Last week, CyberSource, the “world’s first eCommerce payment management company”, became the latest payment option added to the Soapbox platform.
Each of the four options allow for seamless processing of payments for donations, member dues, and event registrations – all with the option of integrating with Salesforce.com.
Learn more about how Soapbox processes payments and integrates with Salesforce.com in real-time: Read more »
Can you believe it? It’s been one year since we had our inaugural Soapbox User Summit, but I still remember April 19, 2012 like it was yesterday. We had all the PICnetters together from near and far. We had Gunner from Aspiration Tech facilitate and clients attend from DC, Maryland, Connecticut, and New York.
We voted on our own session ideas, broke out into small groups, mingled with the Support Department at PICnet, had a gorgeous location and beautiful weather, and got to learn from accidental techies about their successes and struggles with technology for their own organizations.
It was certainly a productive, worthwhile way to spend a day in Washington, DC. Read more »