Over the past two years, we have proactivity tracked and responded to the economic supply-chain and paper shortages to minimize impact for our direct marketing print clients, working to ensure a consistent, compelling, and high-quality donor experience.
The COVID pandemic, economic turmoil, social movements, and other unpredictable world events have impacted nonprofits. The good news: we’ve learned to anticipate and respond in real-time to global challenges.
We no longer live in a world where attribution is clear cut, so don’t get hung up on attribution. Your donors aren’t giving how you want them to.
How do you stand out and connect with donor audiences to strategically boost your matching gift opportunities? Keep reading for some tips to strategically strengthen this language across digital channels.
As fundraisers and marketers, we’re always excited to learn about the latest trends and statistics that give us better insight into how donors behave, what they prefer, and how to adjust our strategy accordingly.
As any good digital marketer or fundraiser knows, you live and die by your KPIs. But what if one of the most important email metrics may not be accurate?
If you are not actively building a Planned Giving pipeline through targeted lead generation, who will capture these gifts from your donor file?
Online donors act differently than direct mail donors. As we move towards an increasingly digital world, it’s important to have a solid digital fundraising program.
Going into FY23, it’s critical to build recognition with new audiences, establish brand affinity, and convert prospects to supporters.
Public media is changing. Now, digital acquisition channels are a low-barrier, low-cost way to build brand affinity and attract new donors.
In case you missed it, M+R released its annual study containing comprehensive data about online fundraising, advocacy, and marketing.
From housekeeping to stewardship and multichannel planning, our Calendar Year End Checklist has priority steps for campaign planning.
Donor relationships matter. They will be important than ever as nonprofits wrap up the fiscal year and prep for FY21 fundraising.
It’s a new year and a new decade, and for nonprofit fundraisers raising money and managing donors has never been more complex.
As the mercury rises, expectations among fundraisers drop. How can summer appeals compete with all the distractions in your donors’ lives?
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