Pakistani Entrepreneur. – Angel Investor (15 tech startups). Work at Canada Prime (Acquired 11’), and Aspheric Technologies (Acquired 08’), Mentor
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For our nonprofit botanical garden and animal sanctuary, I've been using the Techloyce Nonprofit Success Pack. I like it since you can modify it to your needs and it allows you to have up to 10 members for a very reasonable price. I also like that their Trailhead videos make learning the system and figuring out how to customize it for your individual needs a breeze, or you can submit a ticket to have a Salesforce professional assist you with your modification. My only issue is that some of my other products do not integrate with Salesforce because they were picked years before I started working here (like Vanco for online credit card donations). You can check details at https://www.techloyce.com/zoho-consultants/
As a result, I presently have to manually enter data such as donations and membership fees. Techlyce is well worth the investment because so many products now integrate with it. Aside from that, I believe Salesforce is a really powerful product that is well worth the investment.
It's all about value-based marketing; you have to provide your customer something helpful for free (e.g., knowledge, advice, an e-book, etc.), and once they regard you as a resource (read: a friend), they'll be a warm lead when you ask them to buy from you.
Dropbox, for example, provides its program for free, which is really handy and provides a large amount of storage. When you hit that storage limit, most customers are willing to pay for the premium subscription because Dropbox has earned such a stellar reputation. Many users would not have downloaded Dropbox if it demanded money up front.