If you’re starting a capital campaign, then you know how much work and effort goes into planning a fundraiser of this magnitude. You want all your hard work to result in a successful outcome: reaching your goal. For that to happen, you need to have the right capital campaign marketing plan in place, which should include strategies to attract tech-savvy donors as well as traditional supporters. We’ve compiled a list of five tech-savvy marketing strategies to help you raise more.
Shouldn't websites be important and valuable? If it is just important, web professionals will be seen as necessary. But if it is important and valuable – and everyone knows its worth – web professionals will become invaluable.
For eight years, the Community Roundtable has dug deeply into the strategies, operations and tactics behind the most successful communities in our annual State of Community Management reports. Each year, we reshape and reimagine the survey, and I can say without hyperbole that this will be the best, most informative State of Community Management ever.* Why the asterisk? That's you. We need your help.
All about the Twitter Leapfrog Method - a framework that helps you deliver your newly published articles to hundreds of highly targeted readers, many of whom will reshare that article with their followers.
Think about how you personally approach a relationship with a brand you like. Do you subscribe to emails from them? Do you follow them on Facebook? Twitter? All the above and more? When we find something that we connect with, it doesn’t feel intrusive to receive their marketing across multiple channels. In fact, in some ways it is preferable because then we get to choose how we want to engage, and when. This choice, in a lot of ways, provides a sense of control in the subscriber/organization relationship. From a marketer’s perspective, this is powerful knowledge. If you can understand the where and how, along with the what, your marketing plans take on a whole new dimension.
The importance of having strong core strength is key to maximizing balance, flexibility, and growth. The same is true for organizations. To be fiscally fit, organizations need to be strong at the core. How is your organization’s core strength? As individuals and as organizations, it’s time to ready ourselves for 2017. There are bound to be new opportunities for growth and you don’t want to miss out!
Today, there are many peer-to-peer fundraising software platforms available, presenting nonprofits with both more choice and the challenge of finding the right tool for their organization. The Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Technology Landscape, a new guide for nonprofits by Cathexis Partners, introduces nonprofits to today’s world of peer-to-peer fundraising tools.