5 Tips for Improving Daily Productivity at Your Nonprofit Organization

| February 20, 2017

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Nonprofit professionals often find themselves stretched thin. It can feel like there are always millions of things to get done and never enough time to do them. Being productive enough can easily feel like a daily struggle.

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Entire classes of Washington fixtures including media outlets and think tanks have been unable or unwilling to address and communicate the most basic requirements of American nationhood, our security and sovereignty. While this Beltway ‘ruling class’ is being swept away, there remains the urgent need for a replacement infrastructure – new forums to debate and educate on the most pressing national security issues. Security Studies Group focuses on defending the value of American power against the true threats we face. Both the legislative and executive branches need rapid access to concise and factual data to inform strategic re-orientation in counterterrorism and national security policy. That’s what Security Studies Group is all about.

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6 A/B Test Ideas to Improve Your Nonprofit Marketing Metrics

Article | March 2, 2020

Small ideas have the power to create big change. It can be tempting to implement an idea that you think will improve your marketing efforts without vetting it first. However, you need to know for certain that your idea, no matter how small, is going to improve your metrics. The key is to either validate, or disprove, your idea before it’s implemented on a permanent scale. That’s where A/B testing can help. It lets you compare two iterations of the same asset you’re testing an idea on, like an email with two different subject lines.

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8 Ways Nonprofits Can Use Conversational Marketing

Article | April 15, 2021

Though conversational marketing is relatively new, it speaks to the growing expectation of a personalized experience and the opportunity to connect and start a one-to-one conversation. Coined by our partners at Drift, conversational marketing aims to guide users through an engagement funnel more quickly by using real-time conversations. As chatbots are increasingly seen as a natural way to get information, they can help to build relationships and create authentic experiences between an organization and its target audiences.

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Build Your Nonprofit with Funding in Mind

Article | March 4, 2020

Nonprofit Founders open a door to a foreign world when they follow their passion and dream into the nonprofit space. Often, Founders have experienced trauma in their life and didn’t have the help they needed when they were in the middle of their situation. They came through to the other side, but they have a nagging feeling in the very core of their being that they can be the solution that they needed for others. Founders find confusing language – ED, NPO, appeals, Donor-advised funds- and an even more confusing way of doing things. They just want to help people but instead, they feel they are drowning in to-dos and lack of funding. So, they plug along on the never-ending to-do list, never feeling like they are making progress and spending time on things that don’t move the nonprofit forward. They continue to cover expenses with their own money or organize another event because they don’t know any other way to get funds.

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5 Questions to Ask Before Your Nonprofit’s Next Software Implementation

Article | February 18, 2020

Is your nonprofit scouting the arena of back-office systems in the pursuit of increased organizational efficiency and mission success? In the world of software and technology, JMT is referred to as a “Value-Added Reseller” (“VAR”) of the products we represent. As in other industries, many software publishers choose to work with a network of partners like JMT to market, sell, and service their products. The idea from the publisher’s point of view is that they are in effect outsourcing these functions to partners who are more in tune and connected with specific markets, either geographic or (in our case) vertical. JMT specializes in working with nonprofit organizations, which is a “vertical market.” Some software companies sell exclusively through partner channels, some sell exclusively through a direct sales force, and others use a hybrid which combines some of both.

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Security Studies Group

Entire classes of Washington fixtures including media outlets and think tanks have been unable or unwilling to address and communicate the most basic requirements of American nationhood, our security and sovereignty. While this Beltway ‘ruling class’ is being swept away, there remains the urgent need for a replacement infrastructure – new forums to debate and educate on the most pressing national security issues. Security Studies Group focuses on defending the value of American power against the true threats we face. Both the legislative and executive branches need rapid access to concise and factual data to inform strategic re-orientation in counterterrorism and national security policy. That’s what Security Studies Group is all about.

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