The Direct Marketing Association (DMA), the world’s largest trade association dedicated to advancing and protecting responsible data-driven marketing, is pleased to announce that Linda A. Woolley has taken the helm as DMA’s president and CEO, effective immediately. Woolley had served as DMA’s acting president and CEO since May 14, 2012.
In their presentation at Fund Raising Day in New York last month, four fundraising professionals provided 28 ideas for digital fundraising success. Here are ideas 1-10.
Jan. 25, 2010, New York, NY — The Direct Marketing Association (DMA), the leading global trade association of businesses and nonprofit multichannel direct marketers, today announced the formation of an executive search committee charged with finding a new president & CEO to lead the DMA. The committee will be spearheaded by Kelly B. Browning, EVP & COO of the American Institute for Cancer Research.
The study Telling Stories, Building Relationships: How Non-Profits Can Create More Engaging Email Marketing Programs, recently released by e-mail deliverability firm Return Path, analyzes how nonprofits use the data they collect from constituents who sign up for e-mail communications and found some results that point to missed opportunities to enhance constituent communications. While 81 percent of advocacy organizations involved in the study requested geographic data from constituents, for example, only 12 percent actually used that data to customize or segment their e-mail campaigns.
October 20, 2009, DM News — Though three-quarters of nonprofits gather consumers' names and locations when they sign up for e-mail communications, that's often where consumer data collection ends for those groups, according to a Return Path study, released October 20.
July 20, 2009, MediaPost — Between the U.S. and Canada, more than 20% of commercial, permission-based email doesn't reach the inboxes of intended subscribers, according to new data from email marketing and list management firm Return Path.