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Want to Get More from Your Email List? Here’s One Change Your Nonprofit Should Try 

June 22, 2015

By: Iris Sutcliffe

Let’s start out by facing a tough reality: most nonprofits — even the most successful ones — aren’t getting the most they could be from their email list. It’s not that you’re not working hard or seeing good results. In fact, for many, email is the best way to reach donors, volunteers, and staff. But… Read More

4 Actions You Can Take to Grow and Sustain Your Email List 

April 20, 2015

By: Miranda Paquet

Whether you’re starting from scratch or have been building your email list for years, you know it’s important to actively promote your email list and encourage your existing contacts to engage with your organization. After all, a dedicated email list can have serious payoffs for your nonprofit — including everyth… Read More

5 Ways to Make a Great First Impression on New Email Subscribers 

February 17, 2015

By: Iris Sutcliffe

We all know relationships don’t happen overnight. Busy nonprofits have to work hard to nurture and retain relationships with their supporters, donors, and volunteers to ensure the success of their organization and to further their cause. Long-lasting relationships start with a great first impression. One of the easie… Read More

What Great Comedians Can Teach Us about Growing an Email List 

August 17, 2014

By: Miranda Paquet

The power of your email list is no laughing matter. As a nonprofit, communicating with members, volunteers, and donors is essential for making your mission possible. And reaching your audience through email means you’re sending to a place most people go every day – their inbox. It’s no secret that growing your em… Read More

4 Tips to Help You Get More from Your Email List 

July 17, 2014

By: Ryan Pinkham

If you’re using email marketing for your nonprofit, hopefully you’re taking steps to grow your email list. But did you also know that it’s also important to monitor your contacts, so that you can keep your list up-to-date? A clean contact list is the best route to high open rates, and better returns from your… Read More

Let’s Get Together! 5 Steps to Combine Your Nonprofit’s Social Media and Email Marketing 

February 21, 2014

By: Melissa Raimondi

If you’re already using email marketing and social media to promote your nonprofit, it’s important to unite your online communities—giving supporters the opportunity to stay connected with all the stuff you’re doing online and giving you the opportunity to better engage your target audience. Start b… Read More

5 Tips for Your Next Email Newsletter 

January 17, 2014

By: Melissa Raimondi

Now is a great time to look at your overall marketing strategy and think of new ways to grow your organization. An email newsletter is a great way to do it! With a regularly scheduled newsletter, you can keep your audience up-to-date and make sure that your supporters never miss a chance to volunteer, donate,… Read More

4 Ideas for Expanding Your Email Horizons 

July 6, 2011

By: Network for Good

Our friends at the Emma Blog, have pulled together a few of their favorite ideas into a field guide to email adventure. Some are side routes to explore, others are full-on, pack-a-lot-of-granola expeditions. Either way, you’ll find all kinds of ways to expand your email horizons. Launch a Welcome Note Someone says hi… Read More

14 Easy Ways to Grow Your Email List 

June 24, 2009

By: Network for Good

Creating great content is only the first half of the battle for a successful email outreach strategy — you also need a list of people to receive and read it. How do you build your list? Put the tools and marketing channels you’re already using to work for you to successfully build a solid list… Read More

What’s an Email Address Worth? 

June 8, 2009

By: Network for Good

How to Measure the Value of an Online Supporter Over here at Care2 we get this question a lot. And we should. Any nonprofit seeking to recruit online supporters should rightly be concerned with the ultimate value derived from such supporters.  The following is an attempt to address this question, without any presumpti… Read More

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