Entries for the 'Staff' Category
By: Ken Freeman
A Harris Poll found that a six in ten majority (59 percent) are not comfortable when websites like Google, Yahoo! and Microsoft (MSN) use information about a person's online activity to tailor advertisements or content based on a person's hobbies or interests [Harris Interactive, 2008]. Supporting d...
By: David Whitaker
One of the functions of an Executive Director/CEO of a pregnancy center is venturing into the community to tell people about our ministry. Every not-for-profit organization faces the challenge of getting information about its specific services to its targeted customers. Agencies spend billions of do...
By: Ken Freeman
According to the PBS article "Media Shift" there is a fundamental shift occurring that will influence who visits your center and how they find your center
Social networking online has been around since the late '90s and the rise of Friendster.com. Blogs have been around since the late '90s...
By: Jerry Thacker
As you travel down most highways, billboards line the side of the road. With the recession rocking along, you've probably noticed that some of the billboards in your area are blank. There's never been a better time to 'bargain' for advertising rates! A billboard used properly can be an effective adv...
By: Ron Haas
Should you ask a major donor for a specific gift amount? John D. Rockefeller once instructed some fundraising volunteers on the finer points of asking for a gift, "I do not like to have anyone tell me what it is my duty to give. But I do like a person to say to me, 'We are trying to raise $4,000,000...