Mid-Level Giving 101: Case Studies for Success

A healthy mid-level giving program is critical to the success of your overall program. Using a mix of different techniques across channels can help you zero in on the best cohort of mid-level donors – and then move them up the donor pyramid.

Introducing Our Newest Clients

For over 25 years Faircom New York has been helping nonprofits raise funds to change the world. Today, we are proud to introduce our newest partners.

4 Tips for Maximizing Your Monthly Giving Program

Monthly giving programs have become a lifeblood of nonprofits, creating a foundation for consistent, predictable revenue for your organization. But too many organizations are missing these low-hanging fruit: A recent study by Salesforce shows that only 14% of organizations prompted one-time donors to upgrade to recurring gifts when these donors would likely be interested in budgeting their gifts throughout the year. Additionally, 27% of organizations made no attempt to retain a recurring donation from a monthly donor after a credit card was canceled.

5 Secrets to Email Marketing

By Emily Rudder, Jr. Digital Strategist Perfecting email marketing is the key to running effective fundraising campaigns. Email is cheap, so why not make the most of it! Using these 5 simple tips, you can make your message stand out, and cultivate your donors long-term. 1. Use segmentation to bring

Faircom New York Awarded Direct Mail Prize

By Emily Rudder, Jr. Digital Strategist We are thrilled to announce that Faircom New York has been named runner up for best acquisition direct mail appeal of 2017 for our International Planned Parenthood Federation/Western Hemisphere Region (IPPF/WHR) package by the Direct Marketing Fundraiser’s Association! The Direct Marketing Fundraiser’s Association (DMFA) is

The Digital Landscape: What Tools Can Help Your Nonprofit

By Matt Reese, Digital Strategist The digital landscape is murky – each day we hear in equal parts about tomorrow’s hot new social platform and how yesterday’s has already failed; we hear about ad technology and ad blocking technology; and each day more and more Unicorns are springing up. If even

7 Insights on How to Thank Your Donors

By Nikki Morin, Account Director Sending a “thank you” after you receive a donation, can actually encourage the donor to give a second gift. Surprised? We encourage nonprofits to spend as much time on the “thank you” email or card as they did on the appeal – after all, it could

Building an Effective Welcome Email Series

By Becky Fitzpatrick, Digital Marketing Associate One of the top goals of marketing and fundraising campaigns, other than to sell a product or raise funds, is to gain contact information – specifically, email addresses. Email is quickly becoming the most popular form of contact as younger generations change addresses often

4 Tips for Your Next Infographic

Written by Becky Fitzpatrick, Digital Marketing Associate Infographics are a popular way for organizations to show data in a visual and engaging way. With short copy, easy to read statistics and engaging graphics, infographics are wildly popular on social media. Nonprofits can use infographics in multiple avenues for fundraising and

Website Anatomy 101: Your Home Page

Written by Becky Fitzpatrick, Digital Marketing Associate 10 years ago, the Internet reached it’s first 1 billion users. Just 5 years ago, it reached 2 billion. In 2014, it reached 3 billion users worldwide. Today, approximately 3,090,900 people are considered Internet users. That’s 40 percent of the world population. 40

We Judge Books by their Cover (Photos)

Written by Becky Fitzpatrick, Marketing Associate A cover photo is like a cover letter: compelling, creative, and to the point. Social media profiles can make or break an organization. When supporters and fans visit your Facebook page, they want to see a clear logo, catchy posts, and graphic visuals that

Integrating DM + Online

Written by Sally Frank, Vice President Here’s a quick and easy tip for an organization working to integrate direct mail and online. After sending a direct mail appeal, it is standard practice to follow up with a corresponding email. Having both print and digital communication channels allows donors to choose their