Your nonprofit just built three new houses outside of Lima and you send an update email to your subscribers. Your fundraiser is one week away and you send a reminder email, first to your donors and then to your volunteers. You’re searching for a new Volunteer Coordinator to join your team and you send an inquiry email to your subscribers and then post[…]
1. No Consent
If you’re wary whether or not you have consent to Signs you don’t have customer consent, ask yourself these 2 important questions:
Everybody knows that email is essential for stakeholder communication. But nobody likes spammy or confusing emails. So what’s a nonprofit to do? Well, maybe it helps to know first what not to do with nonprofit email campaigns.