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Turn Your Website Visitors into Monthly Givers

Reserve Your Spot Now for Writing a Donor Centered Website with Tom Ahern - Starts Next Week
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From Kristina at Nonprofit Marketing Guide
 
Hi ,


Would you like more online donors?

 

How about higher retention rates?

 

And more monthly givers?

 

Yes. Yes. And Yes!

 

How amazing would it be to turn a first-time website visitor into a committed supporter that gives to your cause monthly?

 

You can do it - your website may just be getting in the way.

 

You can’t just add a “Donate” button to your nonprofit’s website and expect it to be successful.


Many online gifts are impulse purchases. So any number of things can detract a potential donor from completing the donation.

 

But just a few changes to your website can make your donations soar.


And Tom Ahern, direct mail and fundraising expert, is here to help with:

 

Writing a Donor-Centered Website

Begins Tuesday, August 11th

 

This course is NOT about website technology, choosing the right content management system (CMS), payment processor, or other back-end technology solutions.
 
This training IS about how you write awesome landing and donation pages that get your visitors to give and keep giving!
 

3 Training Levels To Choose From

Like Tom's other training programs with us, you have 3 choices:
 
Level 1: Register for Part 1 and learn how to initiate the giving process and make a great first impression with your website's visitors. Registration is $99 or free with an All-Access Pass.
 
Level 2: Register for Parts 1 and 2. You'll learn the full giving process and how to guide your visitors toward monthly giving. Registration for both webinars is $199.
 
Level 3: Register for Full E-Clinic. You'll learn everything you need to know about writing for your website AND get one-on-one feedback on your landing or donation pages from Tom Ahern. Registration is limited to just 12 nonprofits (6 spots are already filled) and is $449.

 

 Learn more and find out which training level works best for you.

 

 

We'll get started with Part 1 on Tuesday, August 11th at 1:00 p.m. Eastern (10:00 a.m. Pacific). Recordings will be available if you can't attend live.

 

Because of the personal attention e-clinic participants receive, the e-clinic only has room for 12 nonprofits (and 6 of those spots are already filled).

 
We hope you'll join us for this NEW training opportunity!
 
Again, PLEASE NOTE, this training is NOT about implementing specific technology solutions. It's about using the right words, tone, and images on your website to get more donations.


All my best,

 

Kristina Leroux
P.S. Choose from one of three training levels and get the website training you need from copywriting expert Tom Ahern. Learn which level works best for you.

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Kristina Leroux
Community Engagement Manager, Nonprofit Marketing Guide & EcoScribe Communications

Kivi Leroux Miller
President, Nonprofit Marketing Guide & EcoScribe Communications

Questions? Contact Kristina at the Helpdesk:
helpdesk@nonprofitmarketingguide.com | 334-246-1712
Reach Kivi Directly:  kivi@ecoscribe.com | 336-300-8394
Twitter: @kivilm or @kristinaleroux Facebook: facebook.com/nonprofitmarketingguide

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