7 Killer Email Fundraising Tips

JOHN HAYDON | June 7, 2016

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How often do you experience your email messages from your donor’s perspective? How often do you let your donors pick the best email fundraising message? Well, that’s exactly what Human Rights Campaign does. And it works! During their 16NTC presentation, HRC shared how they crafted wildly successful email campaigns. They do it be focusing on their DUX (Donor’s User Experience).

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