By Brenna Holmes, VP of Digital | You may have seen this post on the DMAW's blog today, but I wanted to make extra sure nobody missed out on registering for the 2nd Annual Digital Day Forum. So read on, click through, register today and share - bring friends and colleagues who manage digital marketing and fundraising programs no matter the organization!
CCAH Blog: Industry Voices
A week ago today our VP of Digital, Brenna Holmes did a "Tech Tuesday" webinar with 4Good - a fantastic nonprofit community resource - called Surround Sound Fundraising Campaigns. If you weren't able to join last week, you can download the slides and listen to the recording on Brenna's 4Good profile page linked above.
by Kim Cubine, President | It is with great pleasure that I share the news that CCAH’s “I Am a Cancer Survivor” campaign on behalf of City of Hope won the Hubbies 2014 Courageous Client Award. Daniel Kamas, CCAH Senior Strategist, accepted the award at the March 31st awards ceremony.
By Shannon Miller & Peter Kazarian, Interactive Department | October's had a lot of conferences! Last week we recapped the SPI University of Chicago Decision Science Conference and today we talk Salsa!
By Emily Lauten, Interactive Department | Feel like you’ve tried every test under the sun? Looking for new fundraising tests that actually provide donor insights? Look to decision science. Fundamentally, decision science is the study of how and why people make the choices they do. CCAH’s journey into the world of decision science was spawned by Dave Acup, Managing Director of Interactive Marketing & Membership at Environmental Defense Fund. EDF was interested in looking at the root of why people make choices, and that interest has helped us know what kinds of test to administer. What do we test? How do we innovate?
Digital Account Exec. Damien Shirley of CCAH and Ben Betz of People For the American Way (PFAW) just returned from sunny San Jose, California where the Netroots Nations 2013 was held this past weekend; joining thousands of progressive bloggers, newsmakers, social justice advocates, labor and organizational leaders, grassroots organizers and online activists and enjoying four days of thought-provoking panels, practical trainings and fun networking opportunities.
Every email list is different, so how do you know what to say? What messaging will motivate your supporters the most? What subject lines will grab their attention? Which email layout will get them to click through? Fortunately, the answers to those questions—and more—are a simple email test away.