This Week in Nonprofit Innovation: 5 Must-Read Articles

By Tony Oblen | August 27, 2016 | Communities, Nonprofit, Partners, User Tips and Tricks

Here’s your weekly roundup of the latest in Salesforce for nonprofits and #NPtech. This is what we’ve been reading:

Sandbox1. Sandboxes 101
By: @RyanOwensPRO of @ArkusInc
Developer Sandboxes? Partial Copy Sandboxes? Full Sandboxes?! Ryan Owen of Arkus breaks down the basics of using Sandboxes in Salesforce.

Twitter Feature2. 6 Advanced Twitter Features for Nonprofits
By: Kerri Karvetski of NonprofitMarketingGuide.com
Did you know you can add a description of your Twitter images for the visually impaired? This and more in Kerri Karvetski’s roundup of Twitter features.

Search3. New Businesses Need Strong I.T. Foundations
By: Bill E. Ormusun of @ECHOtechnology
Set your new organization up for success by creating a strong IT foundation from square one.

Community Cloud4. Salesforce Communities: Getting Started
By: Lara Hoke of @cloud4good
Salesforce Communities can help you drive collaboration and transform the way you engage constituents — but how do you take the first steps?

Snapchat Marketing Strategy5. 4 Ways to Build Your Snapchat Marketing Strategy
By: Christine Soucy of @wiredimpact
Snapchat could represent a new frontier of radical, one-on-one engagement with your supporters. Here are some tips for putting together your own strategy.

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