NationBuilder vs CiviCRM: What are the differences?
NationBuilder: Allows you to build a website for folks to view, and, in limited ways, engage with content. It includes the ability for non-techies to create a branded website, blog as well as import contact lists and send email blasts directly from the site; CiviCRM: Open source CRM for nonprofits, civic sector orgs and advocacy orgs. It is web-based software used by a diverse range of organisations, particularly not-for-profit organizations (nonprofits and civic sector organizations). It offers a complete feature set out of the box and can integrate with your website.
NationBuilder can be classified as a tool in the "Self-Hosted Blogging / CMS" category, while CiviCRM is grouped under "CRM".
Some of the features offered by NationBuilder are:
- Keep track of relationships
- Use paths
- Create goals
On the other hand, CiviCRM provides the following key features:
- Open source
- Centralize constituent communications