96% of Post-webinar Survey Respondents Rated this Webinar Recording as Great to Excellent!
Despite the power of email, most nonprofits continue to “blast” their email list with the same tired newsletters, hoping for a different result. Instead, open rates decline, and eventually people unsubscribe.
This webinar recording will show you, step-by-step, how to breathe new life into your email list, and raise more money with email.
You will learn:
You will also get the following bonus materials:
What Attendees Said about This Webinar Recording:
“John Haydon's knowledge of creating email newsletters for fundraising purposes is awesome! I've been helping nonprofits create email newsletters for many years. This workshop was my first experience using email newsletters for fundraising purposes and it was so very helpful. Thank you.”
Marilyn Jones, Media Mag
“I very much enjoyed this webinar and learned some valuable information that we will use moving forward in our email campaigns!”
Cheryl Ewell - Hire Heroes USA
“Excellent webinar! It gave me more information about things that I knew something about and showed me new possibilities that I wasn't even thinking about.”
Matthew Matuszak - Ukrainian Catholic Education Foundation
"Very helpful webinar with great supplemental materials that I can share with my colleagues.”
Chrissy Gargano, Growing Home
"This webinar, along with its supplemental items, will be a great resource for us when we start our email campaigns.”
Carol Kyer, RISE Adaptive Sports
About John Haydon John Haydon is one of the most sought-after nonprofit digital marketing experts, with a sincere passion for changing the world. He has spoken at the Nonprofit Technology Conference, New England Federation of Human Societies, New Media Expo, BBCon, Social Media 4 Nonprofits, AFP New Jersey, and several others. John is also an instructor for Charityhowto and MarketingProfs University. John is also the author of Facebook Marketing for Dummies and Facebook Marketing All-In-One (Wiley), and is a regular contributor to the Huffington Post, Social Media Examiner, npEngage, and the Razoo Foundation blog.