One of the secrets to improving your auction checkout process is to offer TWO lines at checkout. It involves using some technology, too. Watch the video below.
Between online auctions, mobile bidding, credit card processing, and other inventions, there is no shortage of benefit auction technologies to ramp up your gala into the 21st century. And now, Google has gotten into the act. In mid-March 2011, Google launched Google for Nonprofits. Once your group is approved (approvals take weeks to months), the free tools help you generate funds, streamline operations, generate awareness, and so forth. In this podcast, learn how your committee can use the
In mid-March 2011, Google launched Google for Nonprofits. Once your group is approved (approvals take weeks to months), the free tools help you generate funds, streamline operations, generate awareness, and so forth. Caveat: I'd say Google for Nonprofits is one of those benefit auction technologies most appropriate for smaller nonprofits which are tech-friendly but resource strapped. If your nonprofit hasn't already invested in a robust benefit auction software program (which already handles
Here's a little known fact. When you add raffles, games, and other cool benefit auction ideas into a gala to make it more profitable, there's a good chance you'll also have to buy software. Activities add complexity. And without software, you'll create a "one hit wonder" event. Learn more in the video below.
What’s missing from the silent auction table in this photo?There are no bid sheets.We see three items and no bid sheets.In today's podcast, you'll hear about a new technology for your silent auction that allows it to "go digital" through the use of handheld bidding devices. There are a few companies offering this technology and each has its own approach. At this auction, guests were handed an electronic device (it was the size of a cell phone) when they registered. They carried it with them and