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Click Me: An E-Newsletter Makeover with Mission India

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Or worse, your click rates start trending downward. March hit an all-time low click-through rate of 0.6% — you can see why I was panicking a little! Lindsay Ackerman.

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4 ways to get more clicks on your Donate button

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

Recognize that getting clicks requires cultivation. Make your Donate button easier to find. Don’t make donors search or scroll! Make the reasons to give more enticing. Your financial needs are not enough. Create an appeal around the button that is focused on donors, their interests, and what they get in return for their donation. What tangible change will result if they give? Add a sense of immediacy.

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Hey Slacker, high five!

Wild Woman Fundraising

Enclosed: A picture of me in the middle of writing an incredibly important blog post. Uh huh. Am I a slacktivist because I sign petitions but don’t go to advocacy days at the state capitol? What’s the point of slacker bloggers like me? Are you bored of slacktivism?

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Pro Tips on Getting the Most Out of a Pay-Per-Click Campaign

Fundraising Coach

If you’re like me, you haven’t engaged an agency to conduct a pay-per-click campaign. I wouldn’t know where to start, so I’m pleased to have this guest post from Dwayne Ricketts. Dwayne attended University of Missouri where he received a BA in Business. He currently works for an SEO firm in Kansas City. by Dwayne Ricketts.

Proven Ways to Boost Your Email Open and Click Through Rates [FREE WEBINAR TOMORROW]

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

But it only works if people are opening your emails and then clicking on your links! For Nonprofits Only: 7 Proven Ways to Boost Your Email Open and Click Through Rates. But it only works if people are opening your emails and then clicking on your links!

Getting so psyched to go to London!

Wild Woman Fundraising

They have invited me to speak about how to get people to click donate on your nonprofit website. women 2015 globe theatre how to get people to click donate on your nonprofit website london national fundraising convention shakespeare sherlock holmes UK

How to Get That “Verified” Check Mark on Your Facebook Page

Public Sector Marketing 2.0

To verify your page when not using Facebook Business Manager: Click Settings at the top of your Page. From General , click Page Verification. Click Verify this Page , then click Get Started. Click Call Me Now to allow Facebook to call you with a verification code.

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Turn Your Unopened Emails Into Opportunity For Engagement

Social Media Bird Brain

Rather than just reviewing the data on opens and clicks you get from your outgoing news, take a good look at the information on who is not opening your email and send those subscribers a. click-through Email marketing outgoing subscribers unopenedMost times you're so busy, you probably are just glad you got the letter out to your small nonprofit's email subscribers. But you could be missing a chance to connect - to deepen your relationship with them.

Visit the October 2007 Giving Carnival! Click Here.

Seeking Grant Money Today

Read, respond to, and discuss what others who care about philanthropy think. Thank you for joining in the October 2007 Giving Carnival! Thank you, too, to Sean Stannard-Stockton (Giving Carnival founder) and Gayle Roberts (September 2007 Giving Carnival host) for your help! We need a host for the November 2007 Giving Carnival. Please let me know at aspencer at thegrantplant dot com if you are interested in hosting! 22 UPDATE: We do have a host for November!

3 Steps to Revive Your Email List

Getting Attention

Here’s how we tackled our “dead” email list: First, we segmented our “Inactives:” We defined “inactive” as anyone who’s never donated (online or off) and hasn’t opened, clicked, or taken any action from an email in the last 12 months. Call to action: Click here to let us know you still want to receive our emails. 2) Second email (if recipient doesn’t click on the initial email).

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You Can Now Save Links On Facebook To Read Later – And It’s Awesome

J Campbell Social Marketing

Now I can save these posts within Facebook, with just one click of a button ! To Save an article you want to read later, simply click on the arrow in the top right of the post: To find your Saved links, click on Saved in the left hand side of your News Feed.

What you should know about your high net worth volunteers?

iMarketSmart

Click here. Great volunteer opportunities and experiences are essential for your nonprofit ( as discussed before ). Here’s what the data shows your high net worth volunteers are looking for! Having issues viewing the image below?

#MARKETING: Build Your Search Engine Marketing Strategy With Solid Search Engine Optimization

Non Profit Marketing 360

Pay-for-placement management (includes pay-per-click). Search Engine Optimization (SEO) includes numerous tools and plug-ins that help (first) web crawlers and algorythems find your organization’s website, so that human web searchers can then find your site via Google, Yahoo!, Bing, etc.

Top 10 reasons why donors like taking donor surveys

iMarketSmart

Click here. Click here to download your free guide! Here are the top 10 reasons why donors like taking donor surveys: 1. They want to be perceived as (or see themselves as) a helpful person. They want to be more involved in your mission. They want their voice to be heard.

The New Email Metric You Might Want to Try

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Right now, I bet most of you are looking at your open rates and click-through rates, and maybe your click-to-open ratio. So for example, if you were sent an email on August 3, you opened, and you clicked on it, I added these three tags to your record: 080316 – Sent.

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Marketers and Fundraisers

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Ever wonder if those “mindblowing” click bait titles actually work? Read 7 Reasons Why Clicking This Title Will Prove Why You Clicked This Title. Happy Friday!

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Do Your Headlines Deliver? Nonprofit Wordsmithing Makes a Difference

Getting Attention

Upworthy’s “curiosity gap” approach to click-enticing headlines is now widely imitated and even parodied. Our clicks went up. And like me, you’ve probably noticed that increasingly, headlines I’m seeing (and clicking) from reliable news sources simply aren’t delivering on their promise. ” Is that what we get when we click? It’s a proven click-increaser.

How to Raise Your E-Newsletter Open Rate [Results from Our Experiment]

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

If a person hadn’t opened or clicked on ANY of them, they were tagged for a re-engagement campaign. What about click-through rates? The average click-through rates for a B2B consulting/training newsletter are in the 2-3% range.

3 Powerful Tools to Help You Optimize Your Nonprofit Website

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Crazy Egg lets you see what your website visitors are doing with heat maps (a picture of where people click on your website), scroll maps (shows how far down the page people are scrolling to help determine where they abandon your page) and more. via GIPHY. Want to make your website better?

Yes, Your Open Rates Are Wrong. But You Can Still Use Them.

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

2) when any link in the email is clicked. Regardless of whether images are on or off, if any link is clicked, it’s typically counted as an open. 3) Remember, any click counts as an open too. Include lots of opportunities to click, and your data will be much better.

Why Deleting People from Your Email List is a Good Thing

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

But let’s say you take a look at your unengaged list, which you decide to define as “hasn’t opened or clicked on an email in 6 months.” Kristina and I are on the verge of deleting about 10,000 people from our email list here at Nonprofit Marketing Guide.

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Craft a Positive “Page Not Found” Experience

Getting Attention

Error pages alert visitors that the page they were seeking no longer exists, or they typed in or clicked on a broken link, and redirects them to the content they want. You’ll need to cover errors made typing a URL and in clicked links, as well as pages no longer on your site.

Reactivate Your Email List (Case Study)

Getting Attention

We defined “inactive” as anyone who’s never given the organization a donation (online or off) and hadn’t opened, clicked, or taken any action online in the last year. Subject line: “We miss you [first name]“ Asks them to click on a link to let us know they still want to receive emails from UCS. Second email (if recipient doesn’t click on first email). Third email (if recipient doesn’t click on second email).

Meaningful Metrics for Donor Communications [Infographic]

J Campbell Social Marketing

How many clicks does it take to make a donation? In your email communications, look at your open rate and click through rate to determine your engagement rate – that is, divide the number of clicks by the number of opens. **For

5 things great nonprofits do (according to Veritus Group)

iMarketSmart

Click to tweet! Veritus Group knows more about fundraising than most people learn in a lifetime. Here’s some of their wisdom : 5 things truly great nonprofits do: They pay staff well! They make their projects and programs awesome! They invest in reporting impact in a meaningful way!

Why you should simply make your planned giving messages simple.

iMarketSmart

Advertising Fundraising marketing Pay-per-click marketing Planned Giving Planned giving Planned Giving Marketing ppc strategy internet online marketing Simple solve problemsRecently a client asked me to review and critique a fundraising letter. It was written by one of her committee members.

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Find Your Frequent Email Readers Using Excel

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

I thought that was a better measure of email engagement than simply looking at open or click rates. 1) MailChimp allows you to go to the email report and view all sorts of data about the email: who did you send to, who opened, who clicked, who didn’t open, etc.

4 Inspirational “Share Your Story” Pages That Will Knock Your Socks Off

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

6 Tips Before You Click. Want to get your supporters pumped? Try a “Share Your Story” page on your website.

How To Use Social Media To Connect With Donors & Supporters

J Campbell Social Marketing

Click here. Yesterday I presented a webinar with 4Good and Nonprofit Webinars on the topic of using social media to connect and build relationships with donors. The slides and audio are up on their website if you want to experience the entire webinar (I promise it’s worth it!) I have embedded the slides from SlideShare below. Let me know what you think! How do you use social media to cultivate donors and show them where their money is going? .

9 questions to help you determine if your results are good

iMarketSmart

How many clicked on your emails? Clicks do! _. Do you know WHO clicked on your emails? Sometimes we don’t want to look at the results of our marketing efforts. . Facing them isn’t easy. Especially if they stink.

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14 Tips for Making Your Nonprofit Email More Effective

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garner the highest click throughs. Zarrella found that these words were clicked most often: posts, jobs, survey, week's, e-newsletter, issue, digest, bulleting, and editions. Give the reader lots of opportunities to click through to your offer or content.

A “wild woman” interviewed me

iMarketSmart

Click to tweet! Ever want to hear the voice of SmartIdeas (Greg Warner)? Here’s your chance. Mazarine Trez of Wildwoman Fundraising interviewed me some time ago. You can read the interview here. Or listen to it here (below). link]. SHARE THIS OR LEAVE YOUR COMMENTS BELOW!

Happy Birthday Dear Facebook – Facebook Turns 10!

J Campbell Social Marketing

In an open letter on his Facebook profile, Mark Zuckerberg writes: Check out this nifty infographic from marketing agency Keystone Click , detailing some of the major changes from TheFacebook.com in 2004 to Facebook as we know it today.

How Gritty Are You?

iMarketSmart

CLICK HERE. I think “grit” is more important than talent or skill. Grit is courage, strength of character and “stick-to-it-ive-ness.” ” Here’s a neat test to determine your grittiness thanks to someone at the University of Pennsylvania. I got 4.63

12 Ways to Get More Fans On Your Nonprofit Facebook Page

J Campbell Social Marketing

What this really means is – how do we get new people to look at our Page and enjoy it enough to click like? When viewing a Facebook Page that is not yours, click the dropdown menu (see below) and choose Like As Your Page.

Should you do SEO marketing? An interview with Didit CEO, Kevin Lee

Wild Woman Fundraising

Search Engine Optimization can include constantly updated content, targeted keywords, pay per click advertising (such as Google Adwords ) and more. Do you see a movement in nonprofit marketing towards Pay Per Click advertising or SEO? You’ve done banners, letters, annual reports, even made a twitter account for your nonprofit. But what’s next? Where is the next frontier for nonprofit marketing? Let’s talk about Search Engine Optimization.

How many LinkedIn contacts do you have?

iMarketSmart

I’m always surprised when I click on a major gift or planned gift fundraiser’s LinkedIn profile and see that they only have 30, 50 or 100 connections. Click to tweet!

Are you measuring the right performance metrics?

iMarketSmart

Take a look at our new application by clicking here or the button below and let me know what you think. Click here. Click to tweet! Einstein once said: “Not everything that counts can be counted and not everything that can be counted counts.”

The 7 biggest mistakes weak major gift officers make repeatedly

iMarketSmart

You can also click here to see the top 10 reasons why gift officers fail to engage their supporters effectively. Click to tweet! Wasting time in-house letting themselves get caught up in meetings, activities, or office politics. Forgetting to ask donors lots of questions about why they care, where their interests lie and what they want to accomplish. Talking too much (especially about themselves) — Don’t be a show up and throw up fundraiser !

Is That Your Best Line?

Social Media Bird Brain

Because I''m a writer, I often click on links to writing productivity ideas and tools and insights for making my writing better. While clicking on a few of these links, I found some good information on subject lines and lead-ins. Defining the Term By better writing, I mean writing social media posts. We can all use tips on writing better blog posts, better appeal letters, better grants, but.