What you Need to Run a Non-Profit from Your Home

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Remote Work Tips: 5 Essentials for Running a Non-profit from Home

What’s better than doing something that makes a real difference in the world? Doing it from home. In addition to the convenience of being able to tackle tasks from the comfort of your own home, operating a non-profit out of your own residence through remote work is a good way to cut out the costs associated with renting an office space. Starting a non-profit organization is no small task, so it is important that you surround yourself with people who share your values and have the right experience to help you along the way. In today’s blog, we’ll be sharing some tips on how to get your non-profit off the ground and run it from home.

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How Technology Helps Non-Profits Have a Larger Impact & Do More Good

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Why Conference Call Technology is a Boon to Non-Profit Outreach and Communication

Whether their mission is to spread awareness of social issues, help disadvantaged members of their communities, or change public policy, nonprofits are committed to their cause. To be effective, nonprofits must rely on their ability to communicate with people both inside and outside their organization for a variety of purposes. These include fundraising efforts, public outreach, volunteer events, and many others. Thanks to free conference call services, social media, and other platforms, it has never been easier (or less expensive) for non-profit staff to get their message across. Here are some of the ways conference call technology is helping them do it:

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How to Create Culture on Remote Teams

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Video conference call meetings and other culture-building ideas for remote teams

Thanks to technology, many workers and entrepreneurs can do their jobs from home or anywhere else they have internet access and phone reception. This freedom to work remotely offers both convenience as well as savings on transportation costs and workspace overhead. For this reason, many small businesses and entrepreneurs opt to employ remote workers to perform roles such as marketing, sales, accounting, web development, and others. Operating autonomously, remote team members keepi in contact by phone, email, chat, and even the occasional video conference call.

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Dial-In Your Sales Process with Conference Calling for Business

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Expand Your Customer Base Using Dial-in Conference Calling

Whatever your product may be, it is important to make yourself accessible to as many potential customers as possible. For many businesses, this may mean email marketing, social media, sales calls, and even conference calling lines. Businesses of all types and sizes utilize telephone dial-in conference calling to grow their memberships—and their bottom lines. In today’s FreeConference blog, we’ll be exploring some of the ways that telephone dial-in conference calling can help your business offerings reach more people.

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Leverage Alliances with a Free International Conference Call

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How to Utilize Your International Conference Call Line to Strengthen Your Global Ties

Thanks to new technology and a rise in globalized commerce, the world has shrunk significantly over the past several decades. With more and more organizations expanding their reach beyond political and geographic boundaries, the need for maintaining relationships with business partners and colleagues around the world has never been greater. In today’s blog, we will be discussing how international conference call platforms like FreeConference are facilitating live communication between people all across the globe.

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5 Must-Have Tools You Need as an Entrepreneur

How Screen Sharing Makes Work From Home Easier

Screen Sharing and Other Collaboration Tools for the Modern Small Business Owner

If you run your own business (or run someone else’s business), then we don’t have to tell you that time is money. Regardless of what profession you’re in, it is important that you have a go-to set of tools for communication and collaboration with clients, partners, and employees. As a company that prides itself on making life easier for entrepreneurs of all stripes, we’d like to share some of our top picks for must-have tools (like screen sharing) for business owners in 2018.

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How to Make Sure You Don’t Miss a Beat While Working From Home

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Conference call recording, transcription, and other essential tools for professionals working from home

Whether you’re a freelancer, remote employee, or simply sparing your coworkers back at the office from whatever contagion you’ve become stricken with, working from home has both advantages and drawbacks. In today’s blog, we’ll be going over some of the reasons why more and more people are choosing to work from home as well as some of the tools, such as conference call recording, that they may utilize in order to stay connected with others.

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How to Solve Problems with Screen Sharing

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How utilizing a free conference call service with screen sharing can enhance your virtual meetings

Easy-to-use, interactive, and highly visual, screen sharing has quickly become one of the most utilized online collaboration tools for business and education. In today’s blog, we’ll take a look at some of the most practical applications for screen sharing and why it has become increasingly adopted by conference call service users.

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Taking Web Meetings From Connections to Corporations

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It’s Sunday afternoon, and a group of friends log on to their routinely scheduled online web meeting. They meet once a week to chat about life; sometimes about work; they get talkative when chatting with familiar faces seldom seen.

These friends had gone their separate ways – one went into finance, another to programming, and a few went to VC, hoping to find the next big thing. It was Sunday afternoon; it was a routine online web meeting; but this time, something felt different.Read more →