Welcome to Episode 1 of the Engaging Networks Podcast, the show that explores the world of digital for non profits,…
Tips and Tricks
Take a deep dive into conditional content. What is it? How can you use it to advance your messaging and goals? And how does Engaging Networks make it easy for you to use conditional content?
Imagine your action, event or fundraising pages displaying differently to users you define? Supporters in different donor groups get different ask strings and messages. Or, you can break them out regionally. Imagine the possibilities and learn how.
What’s your favorite locale? A restaurant, lovely park or store? With Engaging Networks, you can make your actions and donation forms as personal to your supporters as their favorite place – at least in terms of language.
Deliver the right message, at the right time, to the right person. That’s what Engaging Networks’ conditional content allows you to do. Whether it’s in an email, on a donation form or an advocacy action – making sure that your supporters are seeing content relevant to them will drive more engagement. Check out how to do this.
Do you ever wonder what happens to the email you send your supporters? It went to their inbox, right? Or maybe a Promotions folder or something. Without a crystal ball, this is hard to determine. We have a couple of tips and tricks to help you determine what happened to those perfectly crafted emails you and your team sent out.
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Electoral Reform Society (ERS) got creative to make its Twitter links informative and personal. Here, ERS’s Digital Communications Officer shares the step-by-step process so any organisation can follow its lead.
We set up a form field that is invisible to human users, who will therefore never populate it. But the field is visible to spambots, which will populate it. This gives us a way to differentiate between human users and spambots. We also just added a custom validator to the form field; one that checks that it is still empty when the form is submitted. If the field isn’t left empty, then our software smells a rat (detects a spambot) and blocks the submission!