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Welcome to the CauseMic blog, where we share insights to help nonprofit leaders scale your organization.
Posts about nonprofit strategy:
The Great Resignation has left many nonprofits with limited budgets shorthanded.
At CauseMic, we help our nonprofit clients apply best practices from Fortune 500 for-profits to scale their revenue and impact. One of the most efficient frameworks successful Silicon Valley companies use is called the Design Sprint, a concept created by Google’s Jake Knapp.
Are you one of thousands of nonprofits currently facing the challenge of an aging donor pool?
Welcome back. This is the second post of a three-part series on digital transformations for nonprofits.
Now that you know what bells & whistles you don’t need to transform your organization, let’s talk about what you do need.
When I was in your shoes, leading the development operations for a multi-million-dollar non-profit, I wish I had the insider knowledge I have now about digital transformations, so I could avoid some of the pitfalls.
In 2020, most nonprofit marketers have a working knowledge around why personalization converts but less insight around how to structure a strong personalization strategy. The secret to success? Lead with data.
Text messaging puts the power to make a gift in the palm of your supporters’ hands. The majority of nonprofit website visitors do so via mobile (51%), and 25% of givers donate via mobile. These benchmarks highlight just how important it is to reach your supporters on-the-go, and why you should incorporate text messaging into a multi-channel communications approach.