AUSTIN, Texas (February 3, 2014) – Charity Dynamics today announced The Workshop, a blog for forward-looking nonprofit professionals to explore digital fundraising and marketing trends, strategies and tactics. Content on The Workshop will focus on five key topics: analytics, fundraising, interactive, strategy and technology.
This new and open resource allows Charity Dynamics to better serve the nonprofit community through engaging conversation, new ideas and shared expertise. All content will contribute to the central purpose of empowering nonprofit professionals to serve their missions and make the world a better place through digital communication and engagement.
“At Charity Dynamics, the missions of nonprofit organizations are the heart of what we do and serving them well requires teamwork,” says Donna Wilkins, Charity Dynamics founder and CEO. “We know that if one perspective is good, two is better and a collaborative community is best and that is exactly what The Workshop will provide.”
The Workshop’s initial launch includes more than a dozen articles including analysis of the new Universal Analytics platform by Google, introduction to the Independent Fundraising Event model and more.
In addition to a traditional RSS subscription, The Workshop offers a monthly highlights email subscription. To read the latest posts, comment or subscribe, visit http://blog.charitydynamics.com.
To facilitate conversation and best serve the nonprofit community, Charity Dynamics welcomes outside contributors. Well-suited articles should help nonprofit professionals successfully engage constituents. To contribute to The Workshop, contact editor Lindsey Rose at email@example.com.
About Charity Dynamics (@CharityDynamics)
Charity Dynamics provides comprehensive online marketing and fundraising solutions for nonprofit organizations. The company’s expert consulting services enable nonprofits to create and implement results-driven fundraising strategies through online programs, live and virtual events, social media and mobile solutions. Organizations using Charity Dynamics’ innovative Boundless Fundraising® solution have raised more than $250 million directly through the suite of applications since it launched in late 2008. Charity Dynamics’ clients include The ALS Association, American Cancer Society, National Multiple Sclerosis Society and The Salvation Army. For more information, please visit www.charitydynamics.com.