CCAH Attends Engaging Networks Community Conference

Last week CCAH had the honor of presenting at the Engaging Networks Community Conference. This conference is an opportunity for industry leaders to have one-on-one conversations with colleagues and learn how they are innovating on the Engaging Networks platform.

CCAH attendees learned about critical strategies to ensure increased data security, innovative features exclusive to the platform, and got a sneak peek at what Engaging Networks has in store for 2020. These learnings will allow our Account and Web Developer teams to better achieve client goals by building upon the already robust donation tracking, A/B testing, personalization, and segmentation strategies.

With topics ranging from email automation to peer to peer fundraising, this conference was a great way to remind ourselves of tried and true SOPs and the importance of finding innovative techniques for our client’s success. Conferences like these are a great way for CCAH to show our community what’s working for our clients and what’s working for our company.

Brenna Holmes, Vice President of Digital Services, and Alyssa Ackerman, Senior Account Executive, co-led a session on building a recurring giving program for the future. These sessions featured omnichannel tips as well as case studies of our most successful tactics.

Check out some photos of our experience and the full-length presentation video below!

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Seasonality:  It’s a thing!

four-seasonsTesting is essential to a healthy acquisition program, from finding lists that make up the core of your campaigns, to identifying which packages work best for these lists. Just like various packages perform better at different times of year, such as calendars in the fall or holiday messaging at year-end, there is an aspect of seasonality to the overall acquisition program. Some seasons just work better for certain organizations and markets! For example, many hospitals have a tendency to mail more acquisition in Spring and Fall because they over the years, these are the strongest months for new donor recruitment.