If you’ve mastered the very basics of online fundraising campaigns – goals, story arcs, deadlines, etc. – and you’re ready to add new layers and refine your approach, join us tomorrow for:

Advanced Techniques for Boosting Your Online Fundraising Campaigns

Presented by Kerri Karvetski

Thursday, November 10th, 2016

1:00 p.m. Eastern (10:00 a.m. Pacific)

This webinar is for All-Access Pass Holders only, but we’ve opened it up to anyone who has a special interest in fundraising and took Kerri’s Beginner’s Guide to Online Fundraising. If you had to miss that webinar, here is your opportunity to take your fundraising to a higher level and register for only $50.

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In this webinar, online strategist Kerri Karvetski will give you specific techniques, tools, and advice for achieving greater results in your online fundraising. You’ll see examples from real nonprofits that have mastered online campaigning and elevated their online fundraising to advanced levels.

Here’s what you’ll learn in this 60-minute online training:

  • How to segment your email list to boost response rates
  • How to use a lightbox to turn visitors into donors
  • Online engagement techniques to rev up donors before your campaign
  • How to use retargeting ads to convert multi-channel supporters into donors
  • How to use resends and reminders to get more donations
  • Landing page tricks to boost results
  • Easy ways to engage board and staff in your online fundraising campaign

KK-circle-Presented by Kerri Karvetski, owner of Company K Media and online campaigns adviser for Nonprofit Marketing Guide. Kerri helps nonprofits and social benefit companies communicate online. Strategist, campaigner, copywriter and trainer, Kerri helps clients such as National Wildlife Federation, Amnesty International USA and American Diabetes Association reach out to supporters in ways that deeply resonate. Nonprofit marketing agencies such as Beaconfire RedEngine turn to her for online copy that is crisp, clear and compelling.

Kerri is a youth soccer coach and an aspiring vegetable gardener. She lives in the beautiful Hudson River Valley with her husband and two children.

Published On: November 9, 2016|Categories: Nonprofit Communications|

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