In school, the power of research for a paper was pretty obvious — the better it was, the higher the grade. With truthful, well-rounded research, what we wrote was richer with objectivity and authoritative information.
The future belongs to the curious.
Welcome to the CauseMic blog, where we share insights to help nonprofit leaders scale your organization.
When a nonprofit is planned and then founded, entrepreneurial energy carries the day.
Any mention of Google Analytics 4 used to be quickly followed by a deluge of vomit emojis. Marketers didn’t like it, clients didn’t like it, even data professionals were iffy on the supposed successor to the tried and true Universal Analytics. I was no different.
If you want to keep going, you need to hit “Pause”
It’s been way too long since we had a Zoom-less Hot Start, and wow! It was great on several levels.
CauseMic’s origins can light the way for your nonprofit
In 2012, when I was leading fundraising for nonprofit Team Rubicon, I traveled to Salesforce’s annual Dreamforce conference in San Francisco.
You’re on a mission. You have a bold and righteous ambition to end homelessness, eliminate childhood hunger, or stop sex trafficking.
As with any business, survival for nonprofits is all about continued growth. But previous management decisions can doom even the mightiest or noblest of them all.
You tell people what your nonprofit does.
But do you inspire them with why you do it?
There are lots of causes in the world, and lots of good folks active in promoting them. Through websites and various communication venues, they always tell us what they do (and to some extent how they do it).
Adding nonprofit capabilities to an established marketing CRM is another milestone in our mission of making for-profit technology accessible for donor-funded organizations.
I’ve got to admit, it felt validating to hear a name like HubSpot asking for us to build them a donation-ready CRM—customer relationship management system. I tried not to come off too excited.
Apple’s Mail Privacy Protection (MPP) is affecting Open Rate rendering it useless as an email performance metric, and that’s a good thing.
Something big happened in Q4 of 2021: Open Rates skyrocketed. It’s “big” for marketers anyway. No, we’re not collectively reading more emails from brands we bought one thing from last year.
You read thousands of words a day; the daily forecast, news headlines, ingredients in your juice, social media posts, ads, emails, and rambling articles on fundraising strategies.