A Guide to Nonprofit Email Marketing

Despite the unfounded rumors of its death, Nonprofit Email Marketing is still one of the most effective ways to engage, convert, and retain donors. And the number of people using email is only going to increase.

But there’s just one problem: Your marketing emails are not the only emails your donors receive. There are virtually hundreds of other emails competing for the attention of your donors. Promotional emails, work emails, personal emails, and yes, emails from other nonprofits.

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– A Sneak Peak Into “A Guide to Nonprofit Email Marketing”

Take an Inside Look at the Chapters of This Ebook:

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1. How to Make Your Nonprofit Emails Stand Our In Your Donor’s Inbox

If you’re like me, one of the first things you do in the morning is delete emails.

You scan your inbox to decide which emails are NOT important, and you delete them. Select all, deselect the keepers, and then click delete. You do not want your marketing emails to be on the chopping block. But if supporters don’t get…

2. Five Nonprofit Email Newsletter Mistakes

You spend a great deal of time publishing email newsletters. After all, it’s one of the most effective ways to stay in touch with supporters.

But while most nonprofits spend lots of resources writing their email newsletters, many that I talk to aren’t using it as effectively as they could….

3. Four Email Tips to Increase Email Open Raters With Psychology

Getting donors, volunteers, and subscribers to open your emails can sometimes feel impossible.

Everyone gets way too many emails, and we’ve learned to filter out messages that aren’t important – either by ignoring them, deleting them, or marking them as spam.

All the research about what works and what doesn’t for email eventually point to…

 

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