Text to Give Pricing & Costs

A Small Change

When considering which provider to use, it can be difficult to find their pricing information so I’ve aggregated it here. Below I’ve provided a price chart for each business. There are more variables beyond cost since different businesses offer different options in reporting and wrap around services. Some of the providers require an application process for nonprofits for charitable or logistic reasons.

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Fisher-Price Wildlife Conservation Society Cause Marketing

Cause Related Marketing

These and other questions came to me when I say this campaign from Fisher-Price benefiting the Wildlife Conservation Society, which I saw advertised in the Jan 2009 issue of Parenting magazine. Infant and baby toymaker Fisher-Price.

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CEO Compensation: Value vs. Price

The Agitator

For some inexplicable reason, Tom let our subscription to Air Force Times lapse. Nonetheless, a Tweet from @nonprofitnews alerted me to an Air Force Times ‘exclusive’ Important in terms of the questions it triggers. The Agitator never sleeps.

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#Marketing: Netflix Blows Its Public Goodwill In Announcing Price Increases

Non Profit Marketing 360

The title of this post requires some parsing: the blowback Netflix has received with its 60% price hikes in its on-demand and DVD media services comes less from the price increases but in its ham-fisted announcing of those increases (note the 5000+ responses to the blog post linked to above).

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The High Price Of Failure To Listen

The Agitator

“Roger, please don’t talk to me when I’m not listening.” ” That was the standard response from a client who expressed surprise each time something blew up and I reminded him that we had discussed the very issue months before. “Don’t talk to me when I’m not listening.”

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The price flag

Mission Paradox Blog

Price is another one of those flags you waive that indicates who you intend on serving.   Art is such a complex thing so you can't really have a simple set of rules about how to price what you do, or whether your price is too "high" or "low"   You can justify any price point (including free). So there are any two questions to ponder in terms of price: 1.    Are you comfortable with the price you are setting?

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Another Benefit to Cause Marketing: Better Supplier Pricing

Cause Related Marketing

Two professors at the Ohio State University have a new take on the benefits of cause marketing; it helps keep supplier pricing in check. As such, the cause marketing pledge makes the firm''s input demand much more sensitive to supplier pricing. This increased sensitivity to pricing persuades the supplier to charge a lower price so as to boost demand for its input.

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Using Cause Marketing to Preserve Retail Pricing Power

Cause Related Marketing

In the process, retailers ceded their pricing power and maybe their sustainability. Instead, Groupon is another sign that retailers don’t have many weapons left in that arsenal to preserve pricing power. The Consumer Wars have been fought, and frankly, Consumers won.

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#TECH: We Catch Up With Dropbox Collaboration Tool (With Nonprofit Pricing)

Non Profit Marketing 360

We’ve covered collaboration tools in the past, and Dropbox is a favorite for its ease of use and inexpensive offerings (including a personal favorite price: free for 2GB of storage space). Sync files among your devices, whatever OS they run.

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7 reasons why wealth screening your donor list might be an incredibly foolish activity.

iMarketSmart

Fundraising strategy best practices for fundraising best wealth screening tools charity blog donor search vs wealthengine donorsearch pricing how much does wealth screening cost major gift fundraising Philanthropy Strategy wealth screening companies wealth screening definition wealth screening vendorsBefore you send me angry responses to this headline, know these two things first: What I’ve written is NOT coming just from me.

Riffs on Price

Mission Paradox Blog

 I've get my little series on arts marketing tactics all laid out and then BAM another conversation about dynamic pricing kicks off.  So I'll do this one brief detour and talk about price. I guess I'm a little disturbed by how quickly some of my friends in the arts world have embraced the idea of dynamic (or demand based) pricing. No matter how high our prices get it's still cheaper then Alternative X and still doesn't cover all our costs. 

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Democratized Cause Marketing With a Lower Price of Entry

Cause Related Marketing

American Express has its Member’s Project and Pepsi has Pepsi Refresh, both of which award millions of dollars in prizes and cost perhaps two to three times as much to activate, promote and administer.

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The Price is Right! Brought to you by Business Intelligence

JCA Insights

Pricing. We are confronted with pricing all the time — making a series of value judgments on the relative worth of the item or service in question. Twenty times a day or more, our brain decides “that is a fair price for a TV” or “that’s pretty expensive for a bagel” or “gee, what a deal on a lawnmower!” . Some industries seem to have more predictable pricing than others. If the show is selling quickly, why not raise the prices?

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The moral part of pricing

Mission Paradox Blog

The always awesome Thomas Cott has sent out this recent roundup on a consistent issue in the arts, dynamic pricing. If you have followed this blog over the years, you know that I'm not a fan of dynamic pricing but I'll rehash those arguments later.   I believe pricing, particularly pricing for nonprofit arts organizations , has two elements.    Is this the right price?   Should we be charging this price?

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Price and Pressure

Mission Paradox Blog

Last post on art and pricing.   As the arts pricing discussions continue in the nonprofit arts world, particularly the theatre world, I want to point out the circumstances that got us here: 1.  It's amazing the amount of digital ink that concepts like dynamic pricing have gotten in the nonprofit arts world.    I really don't give care how prices are set because, like I said yesterday, any price can be justified.

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The high price of attention

Mission Paradox Blog

For marketers, the Super Bowl demonstrates the power (and price) of attention.   Think about it.  Why in the world would anyone pay milliions of dollars for a handful of 30 second commercial spots? It is because the Super Bowl is one of the few times that we are willing to be interrupted by commercials.  It's one of the few times that we, as a culture, are actively paying attention to advertising. The advertisers are willing to pay a lot for that attention.

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99Designs -- Get a New Logo for a Bargain Price

Getting Attention

Need a new logo but don't have much of a budget? Turn to 99Designs to run a design contest sourcing your logo or other design challenge from a vast array of emerging graphic designers.All you need is a clear idea of what you want designed and how much you're prepared to pay for it. Here are some current design contests , and here's how 99Designs works: Craft your creative brief -- The brief articulates all the tough prep work your org needs to do -- brand definition, goal, target audiences, etc.

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Pay the price

Mission Paradox Blog

Through the miracle of the internet I was exposed to the Saddleback Leather Company , a place that sells high quality leather bags, luggage, etc.    It's run by a guy named Dave. Of course when I say "high quality" you can also guess that I mean expensive.    His messenger bags cost about $550.    His luggage runs well over $800.

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The perils of dynamic pricing

Mission Paradox Blog

Over at 2am theatre Trisha wrote this post on the benefits of dynamic pricing   that merits a response. A quick primer:  This is how she defines dynamic pricing -. Under this model, you advertise your lowest regular adult price, with the phrase “Starts at $XX.” Then you make sure the lowest advertised price requires them to buy early, come to the least popular performance night and sit in the very visible but not very good seats right up front on the side.

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More Riffs on Price

Mission Paradox Blog

  Price alters perception - The more you charge, the better people are going to expect the event to be.   High prices to some can lead to low prices for others - I know, tickets to things like theatre and other artistic events are too high.    But there is a pleasant side effect to charging a high ticket price that gets overlooked.  If so, then don't drop the price from like $30 to $25. 

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The price of love is…hate?

Sea Change Strategies

Once upon a time we had a client who was allergic to criticism, any criticism. We first learned this after launching a very successful email appeal, only to be called on the carpet because they had received two, count them two, complaint emails. That was out of a quarter million people who received it. We’ve said this 100 different ways – all good brands polarize. If you want to be loved, you have to be willing to be hated. No one says this better than Seth. General Interest

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Arts Marketing 101 - Discount Pricing

Mission Paradox Blog

Price is always a tricky issue when it comes to the live, professional, performing arts.    This is particularly true when discussing whether to discount your admission price for some reason.    Defined purpose - Never, ever, do anything with your price until you know exactly why you are doing it.    Don't panic and lower your prices, don't get greedy and automatically raise them.

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The perils of dynamic pricing - Part 2

Mission Paradox Blog

  I've got two more reasons why we should approach dynamic pricing with caution: 1.    Creates too many choices - Most performing arts organization have too many pricing options as it is.    We have different prices based on day of the week, seat location, etc.    I wonder if dynamic pricing will add another unecessary to the mix. Looks like yesterday's discussion merits a follow up. 

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My pet peeves as a sponsor

Wild Woman Fundraising

Well, they were hard to work with, but also they asked me to sponsor again afterwards and they doubled the price of the sponsorship, without offering anything better. Offer them the same price if they buy a sponsorship next time.

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Pricing Grant Writers - What Should We Pay for A Grant Writer?

Seeking Grant Money Today

I've written several posts (their links are listed at the end of this post) about how to hire and begin working with a grant writer. The next question is: what is fair compensation for a grant writer? First of all, I've said it before, here, and I'll say it again. Never pay a grant writer a portion of a grant that your organization receives after they write the proposal for it. This is called ' contingency pay', and it is unethical in American fundraising.

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How can you get 100 more donors in 90 days?

Wild Woman Fundraising

I’ve been told by a couple people that Tom Ahern’s module (week 1) is worth the price all by itself. When I worked at a domestic violence shelter, I was tearing my hair out trying to find new donors.

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Are you going to #NTC12? Say hi to me?

Wild Woman Fundraising

Jennifer Price @PhilanthropyInk. NTC12 #ntcatx @amoration @david krumlauff @josmiles @kanter @NaiEve @philanthropyink amy sample ward Anna richter beth kanter Claire Kerr Erica Mills erik rubadeau evonne heyning inbox communications Jennifer Price Jo Miles Joe Waters john haydon John Kenyon mazarine treyz nonprofit technology conference 2012 NTC2012 san francisco nonprofit Sharon Doolittle Sue CitroHere’s a non-usual blog post.

Five Things That You Can Learn from “The Long Tail” for Marketing Your Nonprofit

Wild Woman Fundraising

Long Tail Parakeet. What is the Long Tail? It’s a book by Chris Anderson , who talks about the internet’s ability to keep a product going long after it should have stopped selling.

Science of Giving 6: The donation box-How do social norms, price & scrutiny affect what people do?

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

Today, I continue my ongoing blogging of the fascinating book, The Science of Giving , which covers a range of seminal studies about giving psychology. This is the latest installment in my “ Cliffs Notes &# version of the book for nonprofit marketing and fundraising folks. Today, we find out what happens when a clear donation box is placed in a museum. Do people give when there’s no money in it? Do people give more when there are bigger bills in the box?

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Incentives for Change in Public Health and Social Marketing Programs

Social Marketing and Social Change

"The idea of price as an incentive mechanism for social marketers can be traced back at least to Lefebvre and Flora (1988; link to pdf ). Charging fees for this screening service is much like the product pricing models used in social marketing programs in developing countries. Price

CVS Embraces Behavior Economics and Social Marketing

Social Marketing and Social Change

The Price of Change. From my POV, and as my students hear, behavioral economics is a set of principles perfectly suited to allow us to understand the Price 'P' and how to better integrate it into our programs (and stop relying on just using persuasive communications). Tags: Price

Last Chance to Take Our Survey on Boundaries at Work

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

FYI, we have lowered the price of this two-part series to only $99. We’ve lowered the price to $99 for the series so more of you can join us. Do Your Bosses and Co-Workers Respect Your Boundaries?

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3 Powerful Tools to Help You Optimize Your Nonprofit Website

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

It offers special pricing for nonprofits in addition to webinars and case studies to get you started. Special pricing is available for nonprofits and charitable causes. via GIPHY. Want to make your website better?

Week of Freebies, Day 2: Relevant Messaging Checklist

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

That’s a savings of $200 off the regular price and comes out to less than $10 a week. Happy Holidays! It’s that time of year where we show our readers some love with some FREE goodies. .

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Marketers and Fundraisers

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

December 9: How to Create a Nonprofit Annual Report People Will Actually Read ( SPECIAL HOLIDAY PRICE of ONLY $20 for both the 60-minute webinar AND the 60-page e-book.). That’s $200 off the 2016 price and over 50% off the 2016 monthly price.

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Week of Freebies, Day 4: Dos and Don’ts for Nonprofit Thank You Letters

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

That’s a savings of $200 off the regular price and comes out to less than $10 a week. Happy Holidays! It’s that time of year where we show our readers some love with some FREE goodies. .

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Why can the Up-to- date Deal Rooms prove useful to the chamber counsels?

SocialButterfly

There is no sense in worrying about it insomuch as generally, the most online services click here have good prices. Of course, there are also Online Deal Rooms which have the enormously high prices but you have all the rights to choose the Deal Room within your pocket.

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Our Annual All-Access Pass Is on Sale NOW

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

This is the same price as the year-end sale and the best we offer. You must use this promo code at checkout to get the reduced price. We put our Annual All-Access Pass on sale only twice a year: in December and NOW.

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10 Free Ways to Re-Purpose Your Nonprofit’s Stories

J Campbell Social Marketing

Price : Completely free. Price : Free. See this example from TWLOHA that shared a quote from one of their supporters in an Instagram post: Price : They offer their premium version free to registered nonprofits! Price : Free ! Price : Free! Price : Free!

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[PREVIEW] Top Nonprofit Conferences of Spring 2016

EveryAction

Price: $$$. Price: $$. Price: $. Price: $. Price: $. Price: $. Price: $$$. Price: $$. Price: $. Price: $$$. If you're like us, you can't wait to ditch those winter layers and welcome the springtime bloom.

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