An effective and targeted text message campaign can make all the difference in helping you reach your end of year fundraising goals. Here’s a checklist of five key points to consider when planning your end-of-year SMS fundraising campaign.
Managing your nonprofit marketing plan can feel a whole lot like the game Tetris. Which block fits where?
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A Lesson in Online Engagement from The West Wing - November 19, 2014
Almost all nonprofits strive to be as efficient as possible and stretch the dollar as far as they can. Even if you have an acceptable overhead expense rate, you can still come up on the short end when it comes to donation time. People want to give knowing their money will have a direct, positive impact. One way to combat this stigma is to promise donors that 100 percent of their donation will go to your mission-focused programming.
By now you know that content marketing is all the rage, and we promise you, it’s just going to become a bigger deal in the coming year.
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In the U.S., recurring donors typically account for less than 10% of an NPO’s supporter base. Many organizations don’t even have a monthly giving program. But with online donations, accepting recurring gifts has become a realistic option for nonprofits of all sizes.
Have you ever asked people in your target audience, “If we were to build the perfect website, what would it look like?” This is crucial—that we understand what the end user is looking for in our website.
To create recurring donations, it’s vital to make the process of supporting your NPO a personal experience.