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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. She has worked for advocacy organizations since 1996.

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SHOW US YOUR LISTS! 8 Ideas for Nonprofit Twitter Lists 

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Every time I teach a Twitter class, I’m surprised at how many seasoned Twitter users DON’T use lists. Lists are for reading, not sending.

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A List of Digital, Tech, and Media Trend Reports for 2017

Public Sector Marketing 2.0

The post A List of Digital, Tech, and Media Trend Reports for 2017 appeared first on Navigating Digital Disruption.

Why Deleting People from Your Email List is a Good Thing

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Kristina and I are on the verge of deleting about 10,000 people from our email list here at Nonprofit Marketing Guide. You want an engaged list.

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Reactivate Your Email List (Case Study)

Getting Attention

Note from Nancy: I came upon Karla’s terrific guidance for re-engaging folks on the Progressive Exchange list serv, and got her permission to repost here. Then, in February, we started to segment out the “inactive” people on our list and excluding them from all outgoing messages. Then Sent Our Campaign. Initial email.

Let’s Give! The Big List of National, Local and Collegiate Online Giving Days (2016 Edition)

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Let me know in the comments section, and I’ll update the list. Are you thinking about participating in a Giving Day? Good news! NATIONAL.

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Stop swopping your donor lists with other nonprofits


One thing (among so many others) that I never understood about nonprofits is why they sell or swop lists with other nonprofits.

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How Often Should Your Nonprofit Send Email to Your List?

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

We''ve Moved! Update your Reader Now. We''ve Moved! Update your Reader Now. E-Newsletters Nonprofit Communications Online Marketing Trends

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2016 Fundraising ‘To Do’ List

The Agitator

And if you’re an organised sort, you’ll begin with a ‘To Do’ list … not just for next Monday, but for the year. Agitator readers have had a week now to recover from various holiday diversions and to count the bounty from all those year-end appeals. It’s time to get on with the business of 2016.

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Donor List Kiss of Death: Mr. and Mrs.

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

We''ve Moved! Update your Reader Now. We''ve Moved! Update your Reader Now. Annual Reports Nonprofit Communications

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What’s on Your Wish List?

Mission Minded

If you haven’t yet made your list of hopes and dreams for 2017, here’s some inspiration from your friends at Mission Minded. The post What’s on Your Wish List? As you read our musings consider this: To us, your partnership, collaboration, and commitment to those you serve is what inspires us every day.

A list of mobile apps that I use regularly

Public Sector Marketing 2.0

I have listed them below , organized into three categories. I have both personal and a business lists. Day-to-day. Self explanatory.

Dealing with Info Overload: Lists and Lotteries

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

For me, it comes down to two strategies: the Lists and the Lottery. The Lists. This is where those secondary lists come in. Great!

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Who’s On The Fundraising Revolution ‘Purge’ List?

The Agitator

There’s no question that if organizations are to thrive in a future marked by fast-moving change a substantial transformation in mindset, methods and metrics is essential. Over and over The Agitator has attempted to deal with why these changes are essential. A sampling our thoughts on Mindset here. Methods here and here.

Grow Your Email List With These 14 Paid Email Acquisition Sources

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

For every email list, there is churn, churn, churn. People leave your list and emails bounce. Are you replacing those names?

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Kick the bucket list

Wild Woman Fundraising

Did you ever make a bucket list? Did Einstein ever have a bucket list? From The Guardian: Are bucket lists really a good idea?

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Question for You: How Do You Segment Your Email List

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

For today’s Question of the Week , we are looking at email lists and how (or if) you segment them. How do you segment your email list?

Question for You: How Do You Grow Your Email List?

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

With this week’s question, we want to know how you build your email list… Do you ask for email addresses at events? Run contests?

Do You Use Content to Build Your Lists?

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

First up is how nonprofits are using content specifically to build their email, direct mail, and social media lists. Do you offer “specials” of any sort to people who are already on your lists as a way to “reward” them for staying on your list? It’s official. Can’t see the survey here?

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How to use Twitter lists

Fundraising Coach

Yesterday, I showed you how to How to build a Twitter list. Types of lists. You can see my lists here on Twitter. Sorry.

How to Use a Notable Day to Spur Engagement, Action & List-Building(Case Study: Oxfam America)

Getting Attention

3) Leveraged the Campaign to Build Their Email List, and Supporter Loyalty. Here’s Why The IWD Award Is So Powerful. Smart!

Build Your Email List for Year-End Giving

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

If you need more emails, then we have a great resource to help you build your email list.

Why everyone talks about segmenting emails but hardly anyone ever does it


They’ll talk about it at conferences. You’ll read about it in the Chronicle of Philanthropy. Sounds good. Because it’s hard to do!

7 Ways to Build Your Nonprofit Email List

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One of the most commonly-asked questions we get about online marketing is, "How do I build an email list?" " Building a quality email list over time is one of the most valuable assets a nonprofit can have. Whenever you send a paper mailing, include a way for supporters to opt in to your email list.

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2015 Digital Fundraising To Do List #1 Conversion Rate Optimisation

Giving in a Digital World

So, that’s what I’d say should be top of your 2015 To Do List.

A list of some humongous bequests that should get your planned giving team psyched up for only 3 seconds!


I give you permission to read this list but only if you’ll count to three afterward. This entire list was found on Wikipedia. $31

My 2015 ‘To do’ List — Recommendation #3

The Agitator

You’ll recall that #2 on my recommended 2015 ‘To do’ list yesterday was getting your nonprofit’s website in top shape for attracting and converting leads.] I was browsing through my email, as one is wont to do, and noticed a praising mention of an unfamiliar nonprofit called Possible Health. I loved this site.

WHERE ARE MY PEOPLE? 6 Tools and Techniques for Finding Friends and Influencers on Facebook & Twitter

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

FACEBOOK TECHNIQUE: Group Your People with Interest Lists. Interest lists reside in the left sidebar and can include both people and pages.

Two lists to make this morning

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

He recommends making two lists each morning : List 1: Your Focus List - This is what you most value, what makes you happy and what you want to achieve. List 2: Your Ignore List - These are the distractions. I don’t know about you, but my first list is clear. What are you willing to skip or not achieve?

A Punch List for Charity Cause Marketers Looking for Sponsors

Cause Related Marketing

Since cause marketing has been shown to help companies preserve pricing power , and since women are more responsive to cause marketing than men, the research is a virtual punch list for charities looking for sponsors who need help. You can plainly see the influence of Hearst Magazines on this list of questions.

Is Your To-Do List Longer Than Your Day?

Get Fully Funded

If you’re like me, you have more to do during the day than you can get done.

Can’t Keep Up? 6 Ways to Get More Out of Twitter In Less Time

J Campbell Social Marketing

It may seem harsh, but you need to go through the list of accounts you Follow and hit the Unfollow button several (if not many) times.

No Virginia, Your To-Do List is NOT Your Marketing Plan: Marketing Budgets, Part 1

Getting Attention

Start building your budgeting skills and confidence right now: Q: I have a to-do list a mile long. Or do I need something else, too?

62 Books to put on Your Nonprofit Leaders Summer Reading List

Fundraising Coach

Here are a few lists to consider. A list of 20 top books selected by Three lists of books. It's August. Joyaux.

Top Of Roger’s 2015 ‘To Do’ List

The Agitator

I’m putting the somewhat less glitzy but fundamentally essential task of continuing education, reading and learning on top of mine. How many hours?

Building your nonprofit’s email list

Fundraising Coach

How do we build up our email list?” Some of them seem like shortcuts…but there are no shortcuts to building your email list. You can’t really “purchase a list” and start mailing to it. Oh, I know there are brokers who’ll rent you a list and claim they aren’t spammers. Be honest.

2015 Digital Fundraising To Do List #2 Get Serious About Email Fundraising

Giving in a Digital World

To help kick-start your thinking, here’s a list of common email marketing mistakes from my old agency colleague Jeff Brooks over in Seattle.

How To Build Raving Fans, A Huge Email List & Facebook Ads That Work: Lessons from #AOC2014

J Campbell Social Marketing

If you have a small mailing list, reach out to your subscribers or your online community members one by one. With Jillian Vorce at #AOC2014.

2015 Digital Fundraising To Do List #3 Allocate Budget For Paid Social Media

Giving in a Digital World

This post is the third in a series suggesting things I think fundraisers should have on their 2015 Digital Fundraising To Do List.

3 Email Acquisition Campaigns You Can Use to Grow Your Email List

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

We still have a page focused on email newsletters, but we thought that email list growth needed its own page.