Email Marketing for Nonprofits
As a nonprofit, you’re focused on raising money to tackle some of the world’s most pressing issues, assist those in need and support worthwhile causes. That doesn’t leave a whole lot of cash left over for the marketing budget.
But you do need to market in order to find supporters. So you need the medium that gets you the best return on your investment.
Beyond keeping the expense sheet in check, though, email is an essential tool to help your organization grow and succeed. It can be forwarded, so you can reach a wider audience. It can be replied to, so you can build relationships with interested supporters.
And when it pops up in the inbox, it serves as a rallying cry for your cause.
Best of All, You Don’t Need a Marketing Firm
This guide takes you through everything you need to know to market with email.
In it, you’ll learn:
- How to determine the purpose of your campaign
- What you need to set up before you begin
- How to attract subscribers to your emails
- How to make sure subscribers don’t miss your most important messages, no matter when they sign up
- How to auto-email directly from your blog
You’ll also see how some of the leading nonprofits use email to build support with screenshots of their web forms and messages.
Ready to get the word out? Download the guide.
Discount for Non-Profit Organizations
In many cases, email marketing can directly contribute to the fundraising abilities of non-profits, but those funds won’t come in immediately.
To help offset the costs of getting started, we offer 3 months of service free to non-profits opening new accounts, followed by a 25% discount on invoices from there forward.
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Ready to Start Marketing With Email?
Email can help you build an audience and raise awareness for your cause. And if you’re looking for more donations, email outperforms social media and search when it comes to conversions.