Tag Archives: Fundraising

Making it Rain: Donor Research and Baller Asks

Improving your fundraising is critical, whether you’re running a small grassroots campaign or running for office. In this interview, Lacey Connelly and Sarah Badawi of Progressive Change Campaign Committee talk about fundraising – the topic of their upcoming Netroots Nation training.

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Small-scale Facebook Campaigns for Better Email Performance

Email remains the medium of choice for digital organizers to communicate with their list. In this interview, Brian O’Grady of Trilogy discusses how to use inexpensive Facebook ads to boost fundraising campaigns – the topic of his upcoming Netroots Nation training with Kirin Jessel.

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Online fundraising best practices for your organization

Online fundraising is so important for finding the resources to support progressive organizing. But it feels like best practices are often a mystery to people getting started, so we’re sharing some tips and ideas to improve the effectiveness of what you’re doing online. The first and most important principle for online fundraising for non-profits and […]

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Online Fundraising: Getting it Right

Read! Most non profits aren’t following best practices when it comes to fundraising online.

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Year-end fundraising tips

It’s that time of the year again—fundraising time! Many organizations do about half of their fundraising during this part of the year, so this is definitely something worth spending time on. As you’re working on your appeals, here are a few tips to keep in mind to raise as much money as you can.

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Friday Linx: Fat cat edition

Friday Linx is a recurring feature on our blog. We’re aiming to bring you a collection of links worth a read and cute cat video to ease you into the weekend. You’ll also find items on Facebook’s new Timeline for pages, Google+, donate buttons, and making things go viral.

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