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The Power of Storytelling

GAME EVENTS Derby Duck Race, Fundraising, Fundraising Community, Marketing, Storytelling

The goal of your Derby Duck Race is not only to raise funds for your nonprofit organization but to use it as another platform to bring awareness about your organization’s cause. Your story will have an impact on how many duck adoptions you receive, whether they are done online through your Equack website or in person at adoption events. It …

Crushing Social Media Myths Part 2

Game Events Derby Duck Race, Marketing, Social Media

Earlier this month we posted several social media myths that you may come across and want to believe. Here’s the second part of the series with more common myths of what you might hear and what you should believe. Myth 6: My Social Media Manager Needs to be a Millennial who “Gets It” since Social Media is for Young People …

Ways to Grow Your Nonprofit Mission with Videos

Game Events Branding, Fundraising, Marketing

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a video must be worth a couple of million.  In addition to promoting your mission, videos boost your online presence, generate an engaged social media following and share information with supporters about your nonprofit and Derby Duck Race. Studies show that over 4 billion videos are watched every day.  According to …

Sales; How to Get the Best Out of Your Sales Teams

Game Events Derby Duck Race, Fundraising Information, Sales

Not all Fundraisers involve sales teams, some are geared 100% on marketing to drive traffic to an event at which time donors give. However, some fundraisers do involve selling like when boy scouts or girl scouts sell you cookies, or when you run a Derby Duck Race and you sell Derby Ducks. One of the hardest things to do is …

Face to Face Marketing vs. Online Marketing

Game Events Marketing

I wanted to write a blog on a subject matter that seems to be at the front of the fundraising world, the idea of face to face marketing vs. online marketing.  I am not here to say that one is better than the other, as we all use both, or at least we should use both.  When GAME markets the …