- Password Length and Passphrase
Your password should be over six characters long (and here’s why). A six letter password can be cracked in less than 15 minutes, depending on the targeted system.
Think “passphrase,” not “password.”
A report, commissioned by the Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Fund, was just released to address chronic nonprofit fundraising challenges. They conducted the survey through the lens of the following questions:
In addition to reviewing nonprofits' individual fundraising performance over the last three years, the report includles in-depth interviews with staff, board, and donors to really dig into the intricacies of their successes.
We've said it before, and we'll say it again: social media and the Internet should be like a cocktail party - you should be mingling and engaging with your guests. Be welcoming, courteous, and fun.
With a few months of 2016 under our belts, it's time to evaluate where we're at digitally, and if we're innovating quickly. What should nonprofits be focusing on for the remainder of the year, and what will produce the best ROI? Good news, a report conducted by Care2, hjc, NTEN, and the Resource Alliance was just released: the 2016 Digital Outlook Report: Nonprofit Trends and Strategy.
We all know there’s a whole sea of shiny objects out there, and new apps are released every single day. And while you’re still using your tried and trusty outlets, they’re also working to keep up with the times, and are getting their own makeovers. You don’t have enough hours in the day, and while it’s time-consuming to keep up with all of the social network updates, it’s critical.
A lot of nonprofits question how big election years will impact their fundraising, especially if they are not a C4 or a PAC. They worry that donors will prioritize candidate donations over their nonprofit. A new report by Blackbaud shows that this assumption may be wrong. During the 2012 elections, data showed that political donors tracked by the Federal Election Commission gave more to nonprofit organizations in 2012 than they did in 2011. Another words many donors are happy to support both political candidates and nonprofits.