This week on The Inspire Change Podcast, Angela Whaley hops on to discuss campaign strategy, donor messaging, and effective campaigns she's seen conducted by nonprofits in her ten years of working with them. We dive deep into building and maintaining an active email and mobile subscriber list, segmenting that list for targeted campaign sends, and much, much more. Listen in below!
As someone with social anxiety, I find it much easier to speak with you through the safety of my screen than to have an actual conversation with you.
I guess it’s a good thing I don’t run a nonprofit, right?
Getting up close and personal with potential supporters is a necessity for any nonprofit professional; and, as we’ve already mentioned, building relationships is key to eliciting long-term support and engagement.
If your job is to write, you are a writer. This may seem obvious at first, but it is with alarming frequency that I meet people who, although they make their living writing and publishing content, do not view themselves as a writer. While there’s nothing wrong with this, and writing certainly isn’t everyone’s strong suit, framing your copy around how to write effectively will make a massive difference in the efficacy of your communications.
This week on The Inspire Change Podcast, Jeff Mannel joins us to speak about emotional messaging. Speaking to your supporters' emotions is crucial to crafting effective donation asks, marketing campaigns, and recruitment materials. Jeff, a minister with over 30 years experience, is well versed in messaging to people's emotions, and joined us to share lessons that are directly applicable to nonprofits. Listen in below!
This week on The Inspire Change Podcast, I was lucky enough to sit down with Winston Cook and Jonathan Bray, two bonafide experts in business development and marketing. We had an amazing conversation, almost an hour long, packed to the gills with tips, tricks, and strategies to help increase your nonprofit's fundraising potential. Listen in below!
Editor's Note: This article is brought to you by Jeff Gordy from NeonCRM. Jeff is, quite frankly, an expert on this stuff, and we are so grateful for his addition to our blog! Check out Neon for all of your CRM needs!
In the age of the internet, there are few things as off-putting as a bad website.
Now, “bad” can translate into a lot of things—from non-functioning to unintuitive to just plain unattractive.
While a bad website can encompass a lot of elements, a good website, on the other hand, generally includes a number of pretty standard components.
Here, we’ll walk through 7 nonprofit web design must-haves that can turn any bad website into a compelling, engaging experience for visitors, including:
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