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Drip marketing: 5 tips for nonprofit fundraising

All nonprofit professionals need to be familiar with drip marketing campaigns, a series of triggered emails that can be sent out to potential donors. Rallybound facilitates these types of campaigns both directly in our system and with integrations into third party email marketing systems such as MailChimp and Constant Contact. Below is a list of…

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Nonprofits can now create custom email autoresponders on Rallybound

Peer-to-peer fundraising is all about relationships. The relationship between fundraisers and donors, between team members, and between a nonprofit and its supporters. For some time, Rallybound has helped to automate email communications on our platform, sending out preset “autoresponder” emails based on actions taken and goals reached. In our latest update, we’ve taken this a…

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6 Effective Nonprofit Fundraising Email Newsletter Examples

For nonprofit organizations seeking to spread the word about a fundraising event or campaign, fundraising-specific email newsletters remains an inexpensive and effective way to motivate and inform participants and donors. In general, fundraising email newsletters should be complete messages – not an attached PDF or 2-line email asking readers to check out a newsletter online. Email newsletters…

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Email Stats Now Visible in Admin

Data. The word on the tip of everyone’s tongue. Its prevalence has given rise to many astute and impactful insights spanning various fields particularly within the non-profit and medical arenas. Moreover it is odd to even imagine a marketplace where data was suppressed and decisions were carried out in a seemingly blind manner. So that…

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Sync Rallybound with Constant Contact

In our minds, it is crucial that administrators have the ability to connect 3rd-Party service platforms. Our ethos is that great products focus: RallyBound on peer-to-peer type fundraising, CRMs on managing contacts and providers like Constant Contact on nurturing your supporters with stellar email marketing. So, it is with delight that we announce our Constant…

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Email is King

Email is still the king in peer-to-peer fundraising. Even as transactions on social media continue to flourish, email remains a steady producer. This is why we take it so seriously. In the past our team has detailed some tactics on appropriate times to send emails alongside unveiling our conditional communication and auto-response options. But now…

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Reactivating Donors: Cookies for Kids Cancer and the Birthday Blast

When RallyBound devised the Fundraising Platform tier, the sole purpose was to provide nonprofits with the ability to own a variety of campaigns in one centralized location. Clients like Cookies for Kids Cancer embody this vision perfectly. For many years, their main source of fundraising came from supporter hosted bake sales and birthday campaigns. Unfortunately,…

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Rallybound’s Mailchimp Integration

RallyBound is always on the look out for new services to add to our integrations directory. Today we are excited to announce yet another service that extends our client’s reach with peer-to-peer fundraising: Mailchimp. Email is the most effective way of reaching out to potential donors and supporters. Important and easy-to-use email tools are critical…

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Gmail Tabs and Nonprofit Email Marketing

There is a lot of discussion lately on how Gmail’s new tab feature is affecting open and click through rates. After reviewing a few sources and some internal data, we are cautiously optimistic this will be a good thing for user engagement and email fundraising in general. Most importantly, we are optimistic about the effects…

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Three Ways Nonprofits Can Avoid Being Dumped into Gmail’s Promotions Tab

Chances are your newsletters are now being funneled into Gmail’s new Promotions tab with the recent inbox update. This is frustrating for marketers’ sales but for nonprofits trying to spread the message of their cause, this could be disastrous. Here are three ways to try to circumvent Gmail’s new inbox feature. 1. Request recipients add…

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