Saving money with DIY analytics

I probably should not be the person talking about DIY.  I have a T-shirt that has a bit of every paint color I’ve ever painted a room, because I am physically incapable of not dripping on myself.  And that is minor compared to some of the crimes against home-anity I’ve committed.

Let me take the opportunity to apologize to everyone who has ever bought a house I’ve worked on.  I hope the electrical burns have healed by now.

But I do believe in DIY analytics and tricks to save money.

You can and should be using professionally produced models.  Many of them will help save you money and/or produce additional revenues.

But you can do a few things on your own to avoid breaking the bank, speed the rate of progress, or both.

Here are some cost-saving things you can do in your own spreadsheet:

Any others that Direct to Donor readers have used?  Please let me know at nick@directtodonor.com so I can share with the community.

Saving money with DIY analytics

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