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The 7th Annual Nonprofit Technology Staffing and Investments Report

April 15, 2013

This survey of more than 2,600 nonprofit professionals provides benchmarks and data concerning salaries, technology budgets, organizational structure, and other aspects of nonprofit technology practices.

Getting Started With Data-driven Decision Making: A Workbook

January 1, 2013

This workbook presents nonprofit managers with a set of worksheets that will help them guide thinking and planning around more effective data strategies. It goes through the process of choosing and refining initial metrics, defines data collection, and explains how to disseminate that data for decision making. Prepared by Idealware.

Nonprofit Social Network Benchmark Report, 2012

January 1, 2011

Report provides insights about the most important behavior and trends surrounding social networking as part of a nonprofits? marketing, communications, fundraising, program and IT services. Lists the top five commercial social networks for nonprofits, average community sizes on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, and profiles of seven master social fundraisers ($100K+). Over 11,000 nonprofit professionals responded to the January 2011 survey. Published in association with Nonprofit Technology Network and Blackbaud.

Nonprofit Social Network Benchmark Report, April 2010

April 1, 2010

Examines how nonprofits use commercial online social networks (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc.) and in-house social networks built by themselves. Related topics covered include staff time allocated, spending/costs, departmental responsibilities, revenue generation, and other issues. Findings are based on a survey conducted between February 3 and March 15, 2010 among 1,173 nonprofit representatives. The report is a collaborative project of NTEN, Common Knowledge, and ThePort.

TechImpact Project. Year One: Sector Wide Evaluation: Technology Service Provider (TSP) Survey Findings

December 1, 2006

The TechImpact Project is a three-year evaluation effort led by NPower and NTEN to measure the effect of technology assistance on nonprofit organizations and to identify which types of assistance and services best help nonprofits use technology to achieve maximum community impact