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Charity Non-Profit Fundrising WP Theme

GoRising Charity Fundrising Non-Profit WP Theme v1.3 – This WP Themes perfect solution for charity, non-profits or fundrising organizations or websites. It’s built with latest web technologies like Bootstrap 3, WordPress 4.0, HTMl5/CSS3 etc. It comes with PayPal Donation System fully integrated and ready to use, Mailchimp subscription, WooCommerce, WPML + RTL (right to left), Intuitive Drag & Drop Page Builder (PT Builder worth $19.00), great 6 Custom Post Types, all default WP widgets and 8 Custom Widgets, Powerful Admin panel with awesome Theme Options, Calendar Events, more than 30+ Custom Elements/Shortcodes and a lot of other useful things which can be used for great user experience. Beside this there is a lot of layout options/styles which can be changed like, border radius, choose …

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Charity Non-Profit Fundrising WP Theme

What Makes Readers Click Buy? The Secrets to Great Sales Emails

What’s your purpose for running an email marketing campaign? Ultimately, you’re in email marketing to help your business thrive and grow. That means you’re getting into email marketing to sell more stuff. Not sure that’s you? Then look at it this way: Businesses want to sell more products. Freelancers and contractors want to sell their services. Nonprofits want to “sell” supporters on their good cause. Bloggers and writers aim to “sell” their content or their books. Political groups want to “sell” their message. And so on… We’re all peddling something. So far in our Tuts+ series on email marketing, we’ve looked at how emails are primarily about building a relationship with your subscribers. Through this relationship, your subscribers come to know and trust your company. When they’re …

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What Makes Readers Click Buy? The Secrets to Great Sales Emails

Using Video Content to Tell High-Emotion Stories: Nonprofit Marketing

In theory, videos should be one of a nonprofit marketer’s most powerful tools. No content on the web today has the same viral potential of video, and few forms of content can match it for immediacy. In the span of a few minutes, videos can transport audiences to the front lines of an organization to experience compelling stories by sight and sound the sort of up-close-and-personal impact that’s usually reserved for in-person meetings. As an added bonus, the potential audience for video content is virtually limitless, from conference attendees to readers of virtual annual reports to casual viewers on YouTube (the third most trafficked site on the internet today, behind Facebook and Google). But in practice, many nonprofits are still …

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Using Video Content to Tell High-Emotion Stories: Nonprofit Marketing

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