A little background knowledge of why I suggest you do things a certain way will help make more sense of my answers for managing MailChimp, prayer letters, and PDF attachments. (Part one of two parts.) Continue reading How to Manage MailChimp, Newsletters, and PDF Attachments, Part One
If you don’t want spam, never post your email address on the Internet (or in your MailChimp emails). Why You Shouldn’t Post Your Email Address Spammers use computer software to search for the @ sign in order to harvest your email address. (Because … Continue reading Don’t Post Your Email Address on the Internet (or in MailChimp)
I’ve been making some changes in how I use some of my technology tools, hoping to help increase productivity by working smarter, not necessarily harder. Continue reading Does Technology Help or Hinder Your Productivity?
If you’ve been following my fund appeal series, you might be anticipating this post that I promised about how to send an email reminder to your fund appeal recipients. Continue reading How to Send an Email Reminder to Fund Appeal Recipients
Keeping up with multiple social media accounts. Hootsuite and Buffer are just like a car’s dashboard, you glance at the information on the dash, respond to what you see, and move along the information highway. Continue reading Social Media Dashboards: Buffer and Hootsuite
Learn to track your appeals in TntMPD. By identifying each appeal, you’ll have very useful information over time. I’ll also help you filter to find the people to challenge for an appeal. Continue reading Steps for Choosing Names for Your Fund Appeal, Part Three