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Year-End Fundraising 101 for Online Fundraisers

Published by NextAfter

The ‘most wonderful time of the year’ is also the busiest giving season of the year – and fundraisers and marketers like yourself have to keep delivering bigger and bigger results.

But how can you possibly deliver bigger year-end fundraising results when donors are flooded with more and more emails, Black Friday deals, Cyber Monday ads, special offers in the mail, and holiday activities?

We have to find a way to cut through all of the noise, get our donor’s attention, and communicate a value proposition that sets your cause apart from every other.

In this free live webinar, Jon Powell will show you what strategies work to raise more money during year-end based on years of data, research, and over 1000 online fundraising experiments.

During the webinar, you’ll discover data-driven ideas to help you:

  • Cut through all the year-end noise and clutter
  • Send email appeals at the right time
  • Target the right donors with the right message
  • Craft the right donation pages to match your donors’ motivations

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Take the Year-End Fundraising Course

A year-end fundraising campaign has the ability to make or break a nonprofit’s impact in the following year. With so much riding on its success, crafting a successful campaign can often be paralyzing – keeping many of us from trying and testing new ideas in order to grow.

In this 4-session year-end fundraising course, you’ll discover tons of new ideas to use to craft a successful year-end fundraising campaign for your organization based on years of research and over 2500+ online fundraising experiments.

Activate the Year-End Fundraising Certification Course

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Published by NextAfter