For many nonprofits, year-end is a big money grab. It’s not about anything else. And it shows. Which is why I’m demanding: Stop the year-end email insanity!
Email and direct mail aren’t enough to build relationships with donors. In 2022, I want nonprofits to take my phone call challenge and succeed.
You can tell supporters that your nonprofit is best in your sector. But given the amount of competition, how can you prove that to donors?
Your nonprofit donors and online audience aren’t all the same! Your job is to know your supporters and build relationships with them.
Nonprofits use Giving Tuesday as a day of nonstop asking. Stop it! Do something special for donors. Such as showing gratitude Tuesday.
Sometimes things aren’t what they seem. When it comes to fundraising and gratitude, a piece of paper is more than just paper.
Email should play a big role in your nonprofit’s fundraising and marketing efforts. Use these 5 email tips to connect with subscribers.
Email must be part of a nonprofit fundraising and marketing strategy. Here are 5 ways to use email to help you further your mission.
To be social on social media, your nonprofit should utilize social listening in order to find opportunities to engage people in conversation.
In fundraising, every nonprofit wants to hit a homerun, i.e. large gifts. I say go for singles. Bring in more small donations and you’ll raise more money.