As we move into the fourth quarter, many organizations ramp up their email fundraising efforts. A frequent question I'm asked about email fundraising in general and specifically the fourth quarter, "how much email is too much?"
For most nonprofits, email is a key part of their communications strategy. It's a great way to stay in touch with supporters, keep them updated on your work, and solicit donations. But with so many different types of email content out there, it can be tough to know where to start. That's why we've put
Email marketing is a great way to stay in touch with your donors and keep them updated on your nonprofit's work. But with so many nonprofits competing for attention, it can be tough to stand out in the inbox. So how can you make sure your nonprofit's email marketing campaigns are as effective as possible?
Email appeals are a vital tool in any fundraiser's toolkit. They provide an easy and affordable way to reach large numbers of supporters with your message. Here are 12 best practices to help you write great email appeals that will engage and inspire your supporters.
Inboxes are overflowing. Email subscribers are overwhelmed. And message fatigue is real. So how do you cut through the noise and make sure your important fundraising messages are getting read? By sending plain text emails.
Early on at a large nonprofit I worked for, we struggled to generate much revenue from our email appeals. In this blog post, you'll learn the 6 steps necessary to create great email appeals.
Let's explore the basics of writing great fundraising emails that convert.
Learn about which communications make sense for digital and how other channels still have a place in your communications plan in this episode of the Nonprofit Answers podcast.
Writing a catchy and creative subject line will help grab the attention of an email recipient to draw them into your appeal. It isn't easy to penetrate the inbox of someone who receives hundreds of messages each day and walk away with a donation, so writing a creative and compelling subject line helps draw in
Email may be the best kept fundraising secret for your nonprofit! Not because you aren't already using it, but because there is so much opportunity to change and test different parts of a fundraising email to see the impact on results. Today, we're going to discuss some ideas of things you can put into practice right