(Re)Defining Cause Marketing

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Last January I wrote a post on What is Cause Marketing? Over the past year I’ve gone back to that post many time and reread the comments again and thought about how I was defining cause marketing. They include: Point-of-sale.

Ep186: Supermarket Chain Finds Cause Marketing Success Outside the Checkout Line

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Today on CauseTalk Radio , Megan and I talk to Christy Phillips-Brown , Director, External Communications & Community Relations, for Food Lion , a grocery store chain with 1,000 stores in 10 states, about their efforts to fight hunger.

Tap UNICEF’s Tap Project for Restaurant Cause Marketing

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This year’s program wrapped up on Saturday and I’m sure they’ll add generously to this total. There’s a lot cause marketers can learn and borrow from the site. This program is easy, turnkey and completely replicable. Copy, borrow and emulate UNICEF.

An Early Favorite For the Worst Cause Marketing of 2012

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In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, hundreds on what I call Instant-On cause marketing efforts have sprung up. Active Energy Boost is a line of energy drinks sold from self-liquidating point of sale displays. Active Energy is offering 100 free distributorships… or, as the press release puts it: “donating 100 businesses to victims, police and firemen, EMT responders, medical personnel, or any one who was either a victim or provided a service during Hurricane Sandy.”

10 Best Cause Marketing Promotions of 2016 [SLIDESHARE]

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10 Best Cause Marketing Promotions of 2016 from Selfish Giving Welcome to my annual 10 Best Cause Marketing Promotions of 2016. As always, it was a great year for cause marketing. I Post On Great Cause Marketing Every Week. and conserved 7.4

Pop-Up Register Programs Support Boston Bombing Victims

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Register programs are similar to pinups in one important way and different in two distinctive ways. First, they are similar in that they fall under the umbrella of point-of-sale (POS).

7 Key Takeaways for Cause Marketers from America's Checkout Champions Report [SPONSORED]

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If you haven't checked out the 2017 America's Charity Checkout Champions report, it's a must-read for anyone in the cause marketing space. Pouring over the report, I came away with seven key takeaways for cause marketers. Most are small and wouldn't raise much money. Sales.

5 Factors to Consider with Merchant Services Selection

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Yet, merchant services can be complicated and costly (especially without the right partner to help guide you). Credibility: Partner with a company that has experience, ethical values, positive testimonials, and is a certified payment processor.

Newsletter: 3 Lessons from Red Nose Day ; Vodka Maker Milks Cause Marketing ??; 31 Days of Giving is Here!

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Most of that money has come from red nose sales at Walgreens stores, which raised $20 million in 2017 alone. We interviewed Linn Jordan , Director of Retail Marketing for Walgreens, about its efforts on behalf of Red Nose Day back in 2016 and it's worth a listen.

Newsletter: Take My 2019 Survey ? ; How to Hold on to Partners for Decades ?; Create Better Charts to Show Fundraising Results

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I'm pulling out the big guns this week and using my handsome pup, Charlie , to encourage you to take my NEW SURVEY! from Selfish Giving for 2019 and beyond. I did my first survey last year and the feedback was super-helpful. Marketing Your Cause.

What Will Replace 'Checkout Charity' After Big Retailers are Gone?

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Over a decade the retailer had raised $100 million dollars for the hospital's cancer care and research, making Kmart the hospital's biggest donor in its 50+ year history. "It Big retailers are in full retreat as consumers are finding better selection and deals online.

3 Resources to Help You Raise Six-Figures with Charity Pinups

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Jones , the blogger behind one of the first cause marketing blogs introduced his readers to paper icons in a 2007 post. They’re slips of paper emblematic of a cause typically placed next to a cash register and sold as impulse items. Why charity pinups are so successful and lucrative?

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