John Killoran, @Pay President and CEO, was interviewed in September 2015 at the Mobile Payments Conference that took place in Chicago, Illinois. He explains who @Pay is, the difference between @Pay, Google Pay, and Apple Pay, and what is The Next Big thing at @Pay.
(Today’s blog post is brougth to you courtesy of Updentity.) You’re on a mission…to change the world. How many people will you need to reach to support your organization and make it successful? It really is a numbers game, because at the end of the day, your organization is competing with other worthy causes to grab people’s attention. How can
We are pleased to announce that @Pay now provides native support for Salesforce’s popular Nonprofit Starter Pack. Salesforce’s NonProfit Starter Pack is currently being using by nonprofits all over the world to raise more resources, communicate more effectively with their donor base, and strengthen their communities. Nonprofit Starter Pack is a pre-configured application for lightweight donor management that nonprofits can
(Today’s blog post is brought to you courtesy of Gretchen Barry, Director of Marketing, NonProfitEasy.) If you were to study a large group of nonprofits, sized small, medium, and large, to see if they value acquisition or retention more, do you know what your results would be? Acquisition. There is no doubt. Nonprofits certainly know the importance of retaining their
When I was in Business School, we had a guest presenter in my Entrepreneurship class who was one of the co-founders of Sun Microsystems. He made the profound statement that has stuck with me all through the years, “People buy with their emotions and justify their purchases with their intellect.” This observation is true — especially for donations. Donating to
“Can we all get along?” Unless you’re old enough to now legally enter a bar, you have no idea who said these famous words. But the plea is just as true today as it was back in 1992. The harsh reality is that causes — no matter how benevolent — can be victims of someone, somewhere, with an ax to
Attention CMOs — and especially email marketers! What goals do you want to achieve with your email marketing program in the next twelve months? If your organization is similar to those surveyed in MarketingSherpa’s 2013 Email Marketing Benchmark report, “Increasing Revenue” should be among your top goals. That makes sense. Email — love it or hate it — remains the most effective