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  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    Nonprofit Social Media Primer

    You have a great framework: You can acquire donors, cultivate them, and fundraise. Moreover, you are using both online and offline channels to do it. But you have a nagging interest in social media. Newspapers and television shows are constantly referring to Twitter and Facebook, and the number of people...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Making Event Participants More Successful With Social Media Tools

    The popularity of social media websites like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube has given rise to promising new ways for event participants to raise money online. While some industry observers still doubt the fundraising potential of these tools, special event participants continue to be an exception and have shown strong fundraising...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2008

    Is Your Organization Ready For Direct Marketing?

    First, understand who your audience is and what kind of message your organization wishes to accomplish via direct marketing. Is the goal to obtain new donors (acquisition)? Is the goal to renew or upgrade existing donors or maintain relationships with current donors? Or is the goal a combination of both?...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2008

    Is Your Organization Ready For Direct Marketing?

    First, understand who your audience is and what kind of message your organization wishes to accomplish via direct marketing. Is the goal to obtain new donors (acquisition)? Is the goal to renew or upgrade existing donors or maintain relationships with current donors? Or is the goal a combination of both?...

    Provided By Blackbaud

  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    Nonprofit Social Media Primer

    You have a great framework: You can acquire donors, cultivate them, and fundraise. Moreover, you are using both online and offline channels to do it. But you have a nagging interest in social media. Newspapers and television shows are constantly referring to Twitter and Facebook, and the number of people...

    Provided By Blackbaud

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Making Event Participants More Successful With Social Media Tools

    The popularity of social media websites like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube has given rise to promising new ways for event participants to raise money online. While some industry observers still doubt the fundraising potential of these tools, special event participants continue to be an exception and have shown strong fundraising...

    Provided By Blackbaud