I’ve been attending IPDI’s Politics Online Conference since 2004. Back in the day, I was a consultant doing online marketing and producing multimedia. I got excited about the Golden Dot Awards, and kibbutzing with fellow practitioners. And I’ve been fortunate enough to sit on a panel or two.
Over the years, Politics Online (this is their 15th year!) has gone through many evolutions. This year’s conference, to be held on March 4 and 5 in DC, promises to be a serious change (dare I say upgrade?) from years past.
We just wanted to give some recognition to MyEmma, the email marketing and communications firm, for the good they're doing for nonprofits and the world.
Ever wonder how to find a great corporate partner? Have you tried to ask companies for their support, only to be ignored and rejected? What are some of the best practices when it comes to created great non-profit/corporate relationships?
Topics: Cause Marketing
The Facebook Causes Giving Challenge recently crowned its champions of social network fundraising -- Love Without Boundaries Foundation, a more-than-deserving nonprofit specializing in medical care, education, foster care, and nutrition for orphaned children in China. Their Causes page garnered over $94,000 from 6,268 members in 50 days.
It's no wonder that despite all the cool bells and whistles of newer technologies, email remains the most popular online marketing tool. According to a just-released survey from Datran Media , email was voted the strongest performing media buy in December 2007.