Facebook launched in 2004, YouTube in 2005, and Twitter in 2006. For over a decade nonprofits, charities, and NGOs worldwide have been embracing social media with the hope of raising funds and creating social change. The rapid rise of social media and its proliferation to every corner of the globe will be one of the most defining characteristics of the 21st Century. Today, however, social media is in transition as its newness wanes and innovative technologies are on the horizon that will have just as a profound effect on the nonprofit sector. Now is a good time for nonprofits to pause and reflect upon the success of their social media and nonprofit technology campaigns thus far, to determine how they can be improved, and most importantly, to invest in their future.
You are not creating value for clients when you are offering historical services, aka compliance. The vast majority of the profession has the vast majority of their revenue in compliance.
Offering compliance services is being an intermediary between the client and the government. Your role is to facilitate, between the client and the government, the right amount of cash around the right time. Some would say that tax minimization is part of compliance, but I disagree.