New online course: Email Marketing for Non-Profits

We’re delighted to add another course to our collection of affordable online courses designed specially for non-profits.

This course is all about email marketing for non-profits.

See the course on Udemy and get a discount of over 60%

In this course, you will learn:

  • How to get started with email marketing for charities and non-profits
  • Why email is one of the most effective digital channels for charity fundraising, campaigning and events
  • How to research and choose the right email marketing platform for your charity
  • How to build and grow your non-profit’s mailing list
  • How to stay compliant with data protection and privacy law while using email marketing
  • The secrets to creating engaging emails that will result in donations and conversions for your charity
  • What metrics you need to measure to ensure your emails are performing, and how to benchmark
  • Using segmenting to improve your list’s performance
  • Why welcome journeys deepen engagement with your subscribers, and how to create them
  • How to use split testing to improve your email performance
  • How to write an email strategy for your non-profit organisation

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You will get:

  • Multiple videos and articles
  • A checklist for setting up your email marketing programme
  • A template for creating your email strategy
  • A guide to creating an effective mailshot
  • A data protection checklist
  • A guide to diagnosing issues with your email performance
  • A template for planning email journeys
  • And much more!

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This course is suitable for:

  • Charities, non-profits, NGOs, community groups, campaigns
  • Fundraisers, campaigners and communications teams in non-profits who would like to use email marketing to promote campaigns, bring in donations and raise awareness
  • Digital and marketing teams in charities and non-profits

See the course on Udemy and get a discount of over 60%

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