#39: Marketer on a Mission: Mobile Fundraising with Christy from MobileCauseJun 23, 2019
These stats kind of blew my mind.
- 96% of all Americans own mobile devices
- 81% are adults with smartphones
- The average American checks their phone 85 times per day
- 66% of Baby Boomers currently send text messages
- Text messages have a 98% open rate
- 90% of all text messages are read within 3 minutes of being sent
They more than make the case about the potential and power of mobile marketing for nonprofits these days.
So I asked an expert to help us learn more.
Christy Noel, Vice President of Digital Marketing Services at MobileCause breaks it all down for us as today’s Marketer on a Mission.
In today's podcast she's sharing:
- How Text to Donate works
- The MANY ways your nonprofit can benefit from mobile marketing
- The simplicity and ease to getting started
And so much more……
Grab a pen and paper my friends. You’re going to want to take notes.
Today’s podcast is filled with a bundle of mobile marketing tips, ideas, and inspiration.
Like how one nonprofit increased pre and post giving by 88% with a 49% increase in new donors, all through mobile marketing.
If that’s something you’d like to do, tune into today’s podcast to learn how.
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