How many email do you receive a day? 100? 200? 1,000? As a nonprofit communicator, do can you reach your audiences when you have to compete with this sheer volume of noise? In this session, we’re going to evaluate some of the best practices in email marketing communications. We’ll review how to ensure your emails are opened to then creating engaging content that drives people to fulfill the call to action. We’re talking subject lines, theory of change, and cat photos.
Speaker: Katie Todd
Organization: NC League of Conservation Voters
Speaker Bio: Katie serves as the Online Engagement Coordinator with the NC League of Conservation Voters, a nonprofit that advocates on behalf of protecting North Carolina’s natural resources. In this role, she oversees membership engagement, email marketing, fundraising, advocacy, and social media. Katie earned her BA in English and Political Science from the University of Arizona and a Master of Public Administration with the Nonprofit Leadership Certificate from UNC – Chapel Hill. Currently, she serves as the chair for YNPN Triangle NC. Outside of the nonprofit sector, Katie enjoys going on adventures with her husband Aaron, reading, running, cooking, watching sports, and indulging in the North Carolina craft beer scene.
Session Tags: email marketing, fundraising, subject lines, advocacy