Nonprofit marketing teams and agencies can now automate the creation, integration and tracking of direct mail marketing campaigns with innovative new software that has just launched in the U.S. from Postalytics.
Storytelling can entertain, educate and entice people to act. Nonprofits have more stories at their fingertips than any other organization. Nonprofits that create an internal storytelling culture can excite staff and volunteers, entice new supporters, strengthen relationships with donors, and raise more funds.
The “Ensuring Accurate Postal Rates Act” requires review of recent postage increases and is meant to subvert frequent rate hikes.
As a nonprofit, every penny spent on direct mail needs to be accounted for. It also needs to be justified. However, if you find a simple way to increase your ROI, you should jump all over it. That simple thing is direct mail personalization.
As you approach the big fall and end-of-year push, here are five tips to ease the paper shortage situation.
It’s finally here: a new handbook on direct mail called "Creative Deviations." It’s heavy, it’s filled with 286 pages, with nice large print, easy-to-read typeface and lots of “yous.”
Here are five tips to develop innovative nonprofit marketing campaigns that will raise awareness and let you stand out from the crowd.
There is no “versus” between direct mail and email. Yet, it’s essential to approach them differently with your writing.
USPS postage rates are set to increase on July 10, 2022. This is a large increase. It’s not all bad news since direct mail is still very effective and driving response. We just have to get more creative to save on postage.
Have you tried using QR codes yet in your appeals or on your postcards? They are also a terrific way to generate more monthly donors.