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This webconference will explore ways in which advancement can compete against the never-ending distractions to capture and convert the attention of constituents.
The digital revolution has changed the way constituents expect to interact with their alma mater.
This 30-minute webconference, "Channel Migration and the Annual Fund: Understanding What Influences Young Alumni Giving," explores which communication channels deliver the most donors and dollars.
College and university cabinets must start responding to financial and mission threats by adopting digital-first and multimodal strategies. Use his briefing to spark honest dialogue about higher ed’s multimodal future.
This guide will help you formulate a digital strategy that balances strategic impact with implementation concerns for your advancement organization.
Watch the on-demand webinar on our YouTube channel. About the Webconference Low donor retention rates bedevil annual giving professionals’ efforts to boost donor counts. With nearly 1/3 of donors dropping off every year, advancement leaders struggle to make meaningful gains against their participation challenges. Best-practice institutions focus on alleviating the “pain points” that prevent almost-givers […]
This report examines organizational office structure, brand discovery, and office assessment at mid-sized science and technology-oriented universities.
From Disciplining Social Media Strategy.
As uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 continues into the fall semester, we can’t rely on our typical playbook to engage our constituents. This resource is a checklist to ensure advancement delivers effective events.
This webconference will highlight ways to personalize the communication experience and strategies on building the case for support to keep constituents engaged and interested.