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Latest articles from the blog

The Unlucky Seven: Avoid these landing page traps

Whether you’re still working on your year-end landing pages or you’re already crafting designs for 2015, there are a few things you need to be conscious of, to remove friction and drive conversions for your audience. 

In a session at the recent North American Engaging Networks Community Conference in Washington, DC (see video below), my co-presenter Rachel Collinson and I talked a lot about landing pages, and how to make the most out of the limited time and space they provide to ask our supporters to sign up, donate or take action for us. 

In online fundraising, mobile optimization matters

We have all heard (and if you haven’t heard – you’re hearing it now) that mobile optimization matters in online fundraising. And it really, really does. My organization, Humane Society International, recently went on a transformative journey to turn our basic online donation form into a mobile-optimized, fully responsive donation form.

 

Integrating with Salesforce.com (and no pretzels, please)

As 2014 starts to wind its way down, the inevitable Lists of the Year start to haunt us. Topping the charts this go-round is “Integration.” Marketing integration, API integration, Big Data integration (whenever somebody figures out what the heck “Big Data” is, anyway), Continuous integration…  Everybody wants us to integrate everything into something.  But they’re short on the how, and even shorter on the why.