Monthly Archives: March 2014

Why the 2014 Nonprofit Technology Conference Was #Awesome

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#14NTC was my online homebase last week as I settled into the Marriott in Woodley Park, Washington DC for four days for the 2014 Nonprofit Technology Conference, hosted by NTEN, the Portland-based Nonprofit Technology Network. More than 2,000 nonprofit techies convened on DC for this massive display of tech solutions, trends, strategies, and advice for

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Prichard Welcomes Three New Staff Members!

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Once upon a time, in a land very different from Prichard, I worked for an entity that shall remain nameless, but one where I had some mean co-workers. Yeah, that’s right, I’m saying it–there were some real meanies at that place. Bullying and harassment were not only tolerated, they seemed to be allowed! Passive aggressive

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3 Reasons Guest Bloggers are Some of the Best Bloggers

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Blogs are a great tool to keep readers on your website engaged with exciting new content relevant to your industry. However, it can be a time-consuming challenge to consistently come up with new content to publish, which is one of the reasons we love guest bloggers. Guest bloggers not only free up your time; they

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7 Things You Missed if You Missed Frank

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Mac and I were some of the lucky few invited to attend the first ever annual frank Conference last week at the University of Florida in Gainesville. A gathering place for social change communicators, frank is named in honor of Frank Karel (pictured), former vice president for communications at the Robert Wood Johnson and Rockefeller

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