Facebook fundraising has seen its ups and downs over the years, so what is its current perceived value? Here are three key mistakes nonprofits need to avoid when evaluating if there’s a place for Facebook fundraising in their 2023 strategy.
Nonprofit leaders are both cheerleaders and salespeople for their organizations. They draw on critical communication tools that will help build and nurture relationships that ultimately bring awareness and support to their causes. Here are some ways to do that.
For any-sized marketing team, the choice of how to knit together the right blend of marketing channels has to be driven by a plan and understanding some fundamental rules of integrating channels. Understanding these rules gives your team the best chance of success.
Creating a seamless customer experience may sound daunting at first. But it’s worth it. A key component to adopting an omnichannel approach for your fundraising and marketing campaigns is to identify and break down the organizational silos standing in your way.
How a Multi-Channel Strategy can Help You Maximize Revenue and Retain More Donors
The more channels you market on, the faster you can turn a prospective donor into a first-time donor. Here are 5 advantages to this.
One of the most pressing issues for today’s nonprofit professionals is the uncertainty of today’s economy. Inflation is skyrocketing, and consumer prices are through the roof. So, what does this mean for fundraisers? Logic would tell us that with higher expenses, potential donors have less money to give to their favorite causes.
While multichannel is reaching an audience through multiple channels, an omnichannel campaign takes it a step further and connects all of those channels to create a singular experience.
Here are some best practices you can use to expand your creative choices and optimize your nonprofit campaign’s chances for success.
For nonprofits, there’s an exciting event to prepare for: the surge of Generation Z and the start of a new donor frontier.