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    Three Months on the Job at Blackbaud and Still Loving What I Do

    Nonprofit Communications

    My unscheduled hours throughout the day at Blackbaud are getting fewer and fewer. Yet, all that I can say is that I love my job.

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    Working with Blackbaud

    Life Events, Nonprofit Communications

    I recently started working for Blackbaud on their Sphere platform as a consultant for nonprofit clients. This is my story, so far.

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    …And So Begins My San Diego, CA Job Search

    General Thoughts, Nonprofit Communications

    Now that my cross-country move to San Diego, California is complete, I thought I would provide a quick update about my job search. My current employer, the American Sportfishing Association (ASA), whom I am performing remote work for, is through their second round of interviews for my replacement as the Web Manager for KeepAmericaFishing, leaving […]

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    Adventures in Facebook Advertising

    Life Events, Nonprofit Communications

    Today, as I recently revealed that I am moving, I decided to think outside the box and try something new, in an effort to get the attention of hiring managers in the San Diego, California area. I placed an advertisement on Facebook and targeted it specifically to people within a twenty-five mile radius of San […]

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    What is a Good Book About the Nonprofit Sector?

    General Thoughts, Nonprofit Communications

    Even though I am in the middle of packing and about to move across the country, I have been doing a bit of thinking recently about how to generate new ideas to help shape the way that I think about the nonprofit sector. Since summer is the best time for reading books of our own […]

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    E-marketing: Managing an E-mail Marketing Platform Migration

    New Media, Nonprofit Communications

    Over the last couple of weeks I have been in charge of a migration from one Salsa Labs platform to another. The reason for this seemingly meaningless and unrecognizable change, at first glance to the end-user, is to host the KeepAmericaFishing™ actions, e-mail and donation forms on their own dedicated IP address. Previously, KeepAmericaFishing actions, […]

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    Implementing the 960 Grid System in Web Design

    Blog Tools, New Media

    Recently, I ran across an article on Six Revisions entitled, “The 960 Grid System Made Easy” by Joshua Johnson. I have known about the 960 Grid System for some time now. However, I had yet, up to this point, to implement the system in any of my designs. As I had some time on my […]

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    Living an Excellent Adventure

    Nonprofit Communications

    Recently, I read a Fundraising Success Magazine article by Jeff Brooks, entitled, “Go On … I Dare You: Feeling brave? Here are 10 fundraising challenges for the new year” and it got me thinking. How many of us weigh the risk versus reward each day and take chances that no one else will take? Sure, […]

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    Working with Flash Banners

    New Media

    This week marks my second attempt and completion of creating basic flash banners advertisements using Adobe Flash. The first attempt occurred while I was employed with League of Conservation Voters last fall. I learned how to create these basic flash banners while watching Layers TV episode #126 from February 24, 2010. Raphael “RC” Concepcion is […]

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    Is Traditional Online Political Advocacy Working?

    General Thoughts, Nonprofit Communications

    Recently, I read an article on the Huffington Post by Jake Brewer entitled, “The Tragedy of Political Advocacy.” This article questions the effectiveness of online political advocacy in reaching the intended recipient, in this case and most often, Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. Brewer writes, “[d]espite how good your civic action may have made you […]

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    Online Personalized Fundraising: The Risk/Reward Ratio

    New Media, Nonprofit Communications

    I just read a piece on the Care2.com nonprofit online marketing blog, Frogloop entitled, “The Future of Online Fundraising.” The author, Allyson Kapin writes about a new online fundraising program in which Autism Speaks, through a collaboration with Blackbaud, built Autism Speaks U in an effort to personalize online fundraising for purposes of enlisting those […]

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    I’m a Free Agent Again – Seeking a Web Developer Position

    Life Events, New Media

    Yesterday, the League of Conservation Voters (LCV) and I parted ways amicably. The event was no fault of my own or LCV’s. As such, I am again, back on the hunt for a new job. This time, I hope to refrain from jumping at the first offer and really consider whether it is a good […]

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    Heather Carpenter’s New Nonprofit Portfolio Web Site Design is Almost Live

    Life Events, Nonprofit Communications

    My apologies for not posting much this month until now. I was away for familial reasons; my wife gave birth to our second child — a son. Life is rapidly unfolding for me and I couldn’t be happier. Recently, I wrote about redesigning Heather Carpenter’s Web site at NonprofitAlternatives.org. The site isn’t live just yet, […]

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    E-mail Marketing: When to Send, When to Refresh and How to Activate your List

    Nonprofit Communications

    Recently, I came across another thread from the Progressive Exchange listserve that I couldn’t resist posting about here on Williteration. The question that arose was at what time during the week is a good time to launch a mass e-mail from a platform such as Convio eCRM platform, or one similar to it, such as […]

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