As more businesses—and competing nonprofits—rely on email marketing as their main form of communication, it’s increasingly important that you make your email newsletter standout. Supporters’ inboxes are teeming with marketing messages and fundraising appeals. Steal their attention with a newsletter that evokes emotion.
Especially with your nonprofit’s largest fundraising audience, millennials, emotional newsletters work better than fact-driven ones. Learn how to create an email marketing plan that moves millennials with emotion in the article linked below.
Emotion, Emotion, Emotion! How to Make Your Non-Profit Newsletter a Success! [Homeward Bound]