In 2017, Paul Ginsberg picked up the blog habit and now regularly posts for SalesforceBen as well as elsewhere. Want to keep up to date? You can follow Paul on LinkedIn, Twitter or there’s a mailing list sign up button if you click through to any of his posts below.

 

Trying New Things and Taking Measure

Trying New Things and Taking Measure

Welcome to the story of the Volunteers for Nonprofits group, which is closing down after 16 months of operation. I wanted to share my experience, in case it helps others with their own projects. It also helps me process my thoughts on the adventure. Background Back at...

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How to handle low user adoption

How to handle low user adoption

Salesforce is a great platform but it becomes useless if no one uses it. The problem of low user adoption has many causes and there are several ways to tackle this issue. You can try different strategies or you can use the advice from an experienced professional. Here...

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Covid & User Groups – Counting the Impact

Covid & User Groups – Counting the Impact

How’s your pandemic going? Judging by my conversations with European Community Group Leaders, not so great; or at least it’s causing a recalibration of priorities. In this piece, originally published by YeurLeadin, I’m thinking out loud. Maybe you agree, maybe...

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True to The Core – thank you Scott!

True to The Core – thank you Scott!

"In speaking to leaders in support and product, there's a general philosophy that if there's a perceived bug/issue from our customers and our response is that it's a limitation, then we should ensure that limitation is documented and point you to it. There's work to...

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Salesforce Experience Cloud – Licences Deep Dive

Salesforce Experience Cloud – Licences Deep Dive

Want to know the different license types of Experience Cloud license available? There’s plenty of options, so hopefully, this will help you navigate your way through the choices available. I also cover license features and differences, use cases, what isn’t allowed...

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Reporting Hidden Secrets

Reporting Hidden Secrets

Do you want to know what’s the right question to ask…then this talk has it all for you. I focus on reporting, but my most favourite concepts can be applied to just about anything Salesforce-discovery related.

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3 minute insights

3 minute insights

Elements.Cloud has recently released an Inspiring Excellence app. Described as "TikTok meets Trailhead", I was invited to contribute. If you want to hear 3 minute talks about: The very first thing I do when I access an OrgUnderstanding Salesforce evolution through a...

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From Admin to Architect

From Admin to Architect

What’s behind titles like ‘Admin’ or ‘Architect’? What trends are we seeing for these roles? What does the Admin to Architect career path look like? I go on an eye-opening journey guided by Marie van Roekel where we discuss these roles in Salesforce's...

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Chasing the MVP Dream

Chasing the MVP Dream

This one’s all about the MVP program, and it’s written primarily for those that aspire to be selected as an MVP for the class of 2021, but I think there’s lessons for everyone chasing their next goal. Be ready for an authentic (honest) journey as I walk you through my...

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How to Volunteer in the Salesforce Ecosystem

How to Volunteer in the Salesforce Ecosystem

Helping to organise Nonprofit Dreamin kicked off a whole series of thought processes which has meant that I've been busy writing and getting thoughts straighted out in my head. As a final piece of the nonprofit jigsaw, "How to Volunteer in the Salesforce Ecosystem"...

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Salesforce NPSP Tips to Avoid Disaster

Salesforce NPSP Tips to Avoid Disaster

Helping out with Nonprofit Dreamin has caused all sorts of discussions, which is why there's a real nonprofit focus this month in my output! The Nonprofit Success Pack is an amazing toolkit. Just like any tool, however, use it in the wrong way and havoc can be...

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5 Easy Tips for Nonprofits to Hit Goals in 2021

5 Easy Tips for Nonprofits to Hit Goals in 2021

It’s no secret — 2020 took an unexpected turn for everyone. Despite the downsides, we experienced tremendous leaps in innovation, passion, and generosity. We also saw what we could achieve by looking at our existing environment with fresh eyes.  Find out more by...

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