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Really interesting data about women leaders in tech. Read More

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"May 25th is quickly approaching and if you have yet to begin the compliance process or are only just beginning, it’s important to make this a top organizational priority. The process can be lengthy and the rules can be difficult to interpret so you should not delay in bringing together experts and launching a thorough look into your data management and processing practices." Read More

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According to Freedom House's 2017 Freedom on the Net report, less than one-fourth of the world’s internet users reside in countries where the internet is technically designated “free.” Not only are a large number of internet users censored online by their country, through disinformation, online manipulation tactics, and other means, but almost half of the countries studied — 32 out of 65 — have experienced an overall decline in internet freedom. How does your country stack up? Read More

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The Community Roundtable would love your input in their annual research survey: The State of Community Management. Read More

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Public Interest Registry, the nonprofit operator of the .org domain, and Nonprofit Tech for Good today released the results of the “2018 Global NGO Technology Report.” The third annual report analyzes how non-governmental organizations (NGOs) worldwide use web, email and mobile technology, online fundraising tools and social media, as well as manage data and security. Read More

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How are associations using learning technologies? Every year or two the folks at Tagoras ask that question, and it's that time again. Read More

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How do organizations track the impact of their online communities? How do they measure expenditures, revenue, and cost savings? How do they link the community to competitive advantage? To get answers to these critical questions, Leader Networks conducted a survey of nearly 300 marketing and community leaders that resulted in The Business Impact of Online Communities Study. Out of the participants, 34% work at Associations. Read on to get the details. Read More

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Across the world, right now, thousands of community managers are about to decide which platform is best for their organization, but there’s no single source of honest community platform reviews, from real community managers, for them to research peer reviews. Why isn’t there a Yelp specifically for community software? Now there is. Read More

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Today, there are many peer-to-peer fundraising software platforms available, presenting nonprofits with both more choice and the challenge of finding the right tool for their organization. The Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Technology Landscape, a new guide for nonprofits by Cathexis Partners, introduces nonprofits to today’s world of peer-to-peer fundraising tools. Read More

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Association professionals say their association is not innovating because they are under-resourced, they don’t have the right ideas or don’t know how to prioritize between a bunch of great ideas, or the association’s stakeholders (leadership, staff, board, members) fear risk. These are challenges for sure, these are even the challenges the most innovative associations have had, but these challenges are not insurmountable. They should not be stopping us in our tracks. In fact, dig in and what we find are a handful of myths, myths uncovered in the 2016 Association Innovation Research Study, that are holding us back. Read More