Running an Effective Merge/Purge

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 19, 2017 2:31:04 PM / by Connie Lawson posted in Direct Mail, Fundraising Strategy, Donor Retention

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Unless your nonprofit wants to waste money printing extra direct mail pieces, and deal with complaints from people who received several copies of the same mailing, you should take time to become familiar with the “merge/purge” process.

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Planned Giving

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 14, 2016 1:53:20 PM / by Sean Finnegan posted in Fundraising Content, Funraising, Fundraising Strategy, Planned Giving

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Planned giving takes time. You have to plant the seed and it will eventually pay off. We include planned giving information in our client's donor newsletters.

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10 Suggestions to Improve your Email Fundraising

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 14, 2016 1:26:24 PM / by James Lawrence posted in Email Fundraising, Inegrated Fundraising, Online Fundraising, Fundraising Strategy

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Here are ten suggestions from the Bloomerang blog, compliments of Future Fundraising

Man_Reading_Digital_Newsletter_tcm21-54327.jpg1. Subject line. Remember what it's for: To get people to open the email.
2. Clean images with small file sizes.
3. Personalized greeting. Use the recipient's name. Unless you know things are likely to go awry.
4. Donor-centric tone. Make it about them, not you.
5. Specific appeal. As them to do one specific thing.
6. Suggest donation amounts.
7. Communicate impact. Show them they can make a difference.
8. Short -- get them to your website.
9. Personalized signature.
10. Style and grammar rules don't apply. Warmth, urgency, and connection do.

Source: http://tinyurl.com/kejsrmc
Original article: https://bloomerang.co/blog/10-steps-to-a-successful-fundraising-appeal-email/

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