Great Tech and Good Causes Aren’t Mutually Exclusive

One of the most common schools of thought today regarding nonprofit versus for-profit work is that you can either do what you love for less or do what you hate and earn a lot. For many IT professionals, great technology and good causes also seem to be mutually exclusive.

Their work is challenging because of their conflicting desire to digitally revolutionize their office with their nonprofit’s limited budget. But what if we said that innovative technology and meaningful work don’t have to be at odds?

Save donor money and support your organization

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While dynamic software tools, such as CRM and data collection solutions, are on the rise, even for small nonprofits across world, you may need to find

more cost-effective ways to help your nonprofit succeed without emptying out the company bank account. Here are just a couple ways you can achieve this goal:

Revamp your website, email marketing and social media approach.

Maybe your website is too cluttered or not interactive enough to promote easy donation. Perhaps you are inconsistent with your email marketing campaign or posting onto your organization’s Facebook or Twitter pages. Whatever is the case, you need to get serious and leverage these technologies for your nonprofit’s best interest. As there are plenty of free or low cost websites, social media platforms and marketing software available, you should take advantage of them to raise brand awareness and donations for your organization!

Revolutionize the collaborative work environment.

As a nonprofit, you most likely have multiple offices across the country or world that you need to keep track on. This is why ReadyTalk’s FoxDen video conferencing solution will solve any of your communication, productivity, connection or employee engagement issues at the click of your mouse. Instead of relying on poor connections and streaming services, our web, mobile app and in-house hardware web conferencing solutions will provide your employees with flawless resolution and connections, making meetings a breeze – no matter where you are. Not only is it secure and data is easily stored on the cloud, but it’s an affordable solution that will keep your organization succeeding and collaborating for years to come.

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Bob Singer

Bob Singer

Bob Singer is the inbound marketing manager at ReadyTalk. Bob has experience and expertise in multiple facets of marketing including content development, demand generation, digital, and product marketing. In his current role, he manages ReadyTalk’s web presence including their corporate websites, search engine optimization, and digital advertising. Bob is passionate about driving bottom line results while also bringing an energetic and fun attitude into the office. He likes dogs, soccer, and kicking his friends’ (and colleagues’) butts on the ping pong table.

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