Top Blog Posts of 2012
It’s the end of the year, so I thought if might be fun to take a look at this year’s most popular posts. It’s interesting to see what YOU liked the best! Here they are:
Here are YOUR most hated words and phrases in fundraising! This was a fun and informative post based on YOUR feedback.
This post was hands down my most commented and looked-at post during 2012. There must be something about sharing “boring” words that brought people out to comment.
Those major gifts can make or break your organization’s financial future. Here are three easy to implement major gift strategies that can instantly put you on the road to fundraising success.
I just couldn’t resist sharing these 5 “status-quo” challenges that you should share with your board! Here are five wonderfully provocative nuggets from the AFP International Conference inVancouver.
You wrote a dynamite appeal letter. Now it’s time to write a drop-dead thank you letter. Follow these 16 tips for the best thank you letter ever!
We all remember when the “Komen Fiasco” went viral last year. I created this post to remind you and your board what NOT to do!
Most everyone is terrified of making the call to schedule an appointment to see their donors. In this post I shared 5 easy ideas to help YOU make that phone call and land the appointment.
Asking for a gift is the moment of truth in fundraising. Here is a simple, painless strategy that can take tons of pressure off the situation, pave the way for a positive response, and make it easier for everybody involved.
Believe it or not there are things you can do right now that will improve your fundraising. This post was popular because I gave you 10 quick fixes that you use can right now and see quick results.
This is one of those concepts that would have gotten me laughed out of fundraising 10 years ago, but now having friends is more important then ever. Your board will love this post!