Monthly Archives: September 2010

Need for “preferred first name” in email

Because of credit card donations, I’m on record with many nonprofit organizations with my full first name: Daniel. Essential for that purpose, but I generally go by “Dan” and I’ve been momentarily puzzled by a couple of emails recently like … Continue reading

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SEO key word help for fundraisers (and all!)

Google makes so much available to those of us who have websites.  It’s just so hard for some of us to find or figure out. Ok, it’s hard for ME to find or figure out.  But here’s one I recently … Continue reading

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Do fundraising websites need FAQs?

I look at “A List Apart: For People Who Make Websites” from time to time, particularly articles about web content.  Good stuff. A recent article applies to fundraisers as well as all — Infrequently Asked Questions of FAQs.  Author R. … Continue reading

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More on fundraising for bequests

Yet more notes regarding planned giving marketing from the recent Bridge to Integrated Fundraising and Marketing conference, this time from a session given by Nathan Stelter of  The Stelter Company.   These are jottings drawn from a presentation largely about a … Continue reading

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