On this weeks episode of IMPACTability® , We are joined by Liz Lowe, VP of Client Relations and Agency Services with the Allegiance Group. Liz gives us an in-depth look into the lifeblood of many nonprofit fundraising efforts, direct mail. Maybe you do direct mail now and have been successful, maybe you’ve done it in the past and it didn’t work out so well, or perhaps you’re thinking about doing it for the first time. Whatever category you fall into, this is the episode for you.
In this episode you’ll discover,
- Does direct mail marketing work? 02:15
- Can it be as simple as a postcard? 03:14
- Why and how is it effective for nonprofits? 03:41
- How do you do it? 04:30
- QR codes 05:30
- How to track your results? 09:07
- What if you have list issues? 16:50
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