This important survey is about your use of simple techniques to help you manage your job more efficiently – and get more done.
The survey asked respondents to indicate which techniques listed in 7 core areas of their work could be the most helpful to them.
Here are the preliminary results: do you agree or disagree? We need YOUR input about which techniques are important to you.
3 Minutes Tops. If you haven’t already, please take the short survey. Simply check a few boxes.
Results: The greatest percentage of early respondents felt they needed the most help the following areas:
1. Marketing and communications:
- clearly identifying who target donors are and what they’re looking for
- clearly articulating what their organization does in a soundbite
- increasing active online engagement with donors
2. Online donations and fundraising:
- learning effective online fundraising techniques
- developing website landing pages that quickly call donors to action
- optimizing website so that potential donors find their organization first (SEO)
3. Grant development:
- conducting needs assessments for determining specific, verifiable community need
- learning to better develop programs/projects that are attractive to donors
- learning how to better design monitoring and evaluation plans
4. Project management:
- finding, managing and keeping volunteers
- project monitoring and evaluation
- project reporting
5. Technology: website development and management:
- modernizing website to quickly call visitors to action
- modernizing website to be mobile friendly for visitors with tablets and smart phones
6. Newsletters and mailing lists:
- developing an effective email newsletter program
- building their mailing lists by converting website visitors into new subscribers
- collecting compelling stories for sharing with donors
7. Google AdWords grants for nonprofits:
- learning how to get a $10,000 a month Google AdWords grant
- learning how to optimize and manage their AdWords account to increase successes
The survey is anonymous. We will not collect your personal information-nor share it with anyone-nor will we contact you individually.
|We will be releasing a compilation and analysis of everyone’s great input in this month’s newsletter. Be sure to subscribe to our newsletter so you don’t miss the report.|
We look forward to your insights!