It’s going to be a busy, busy week for nonprofits… Nonprofits will converge for the Washington Nonprofit Conference in D.C. on February 26 through 27, and then many will also be at the Nonprofit Technology Conference in Austin, March 4 through 6. The reigning theme for both is mastering digital media and technology in an effort to drive fundraising revenue–the perfect fit for our two-click donation technology. We’re looking forward to meeting partners, old and new! Here are some details on both conferences and @Pay:
Washington Nonprofit Conference, Feb. 26-27
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The Washington Nonprofit Conference expects around 700 fundraising and marketing professionals to attend the two-day event which focuses on innovative marking and fundraising ideas. The conference offers creative solutions that will help nonprofits make their relationships with donors even stronger and improve public awareness.
The schedule includes panels and speakers discussing many technology-centered topics such as: digital fundraising, online acquisition, data analytics, email list strategy, optimizing your monthly donor operations, driving more net revenue, Google grants, maximizing revenue from membership, donor retention, online fundraising campaigns, and online donation pages. View the full program here.
Nonprofit Technology Conference, March 4-6
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The Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) expects around 2,000 attendees at their event, which features a “Science Fair” exhibit hall, three inspiring plenaries, valuable networking opportunities, and over 100 educational breakout sessions. NTC is the “premiere event to gain exposure to the largest community of nonprofit technology professionals.” @Pay is proud to be a Silver Sponsor of this event, and happy to note that many of our partner organizations are also sponsoring this year.
The session topics look incredible! Breakout sessions address technological topics such as social media marketing, building online communities, moving your files to the cloud, big data, hackathons, code sprints, wearable and mobile tech, accepting mobile payments, multi-channel digital campaigns, security basics, responsive email design, SEO strategy, email deliverability, leveraging text messaging, video strategy, emerging tech trends, online fundraising, optimizing your donation page, and preparing for the Millennial take-over. View the full program here.
Please make a point to come visit us at these conferences! We’d love to tell you more about how @Pay fits into your existing email marketing campaign and is increasing repeat donations through email, mobile web, text, and even print.
By implementing @Pay into your online and mobile donation strategies, your repeat donors will be able to give in just two clicks. They don’t have to remember a new username and password; they don’t have to download yet another app. They can simply hit “Give” and “Send” on their smartphone.
@Pay is also proud to be a technology partner with Blackbaud, a Gold Sponsor of the NTC. Please visit both of our booths: We’d love to tell you more.
Two recent articles about @Pay we recommend you read:
- “Fixing the Donor Attrition Crisis” by PYMNTS.com – “PYMNTS caught up with two-click online checkout providers @Pay to find out how they’re making moves to combine two-click checkout technology with the most cost-effective fundraising channel, and ultimately reduce the complexities nonprofit organizations face in receiving donations throughout the year…”
- “Case Study: @Pay Helps Nonprofit Achieve 12.5x Higher Revenue Than Industry Average” by MarketingSherpa – “Since implementing the two-click solution, Roadrunner has seen that one of the three responders to Roadrunner’s fundraising emails donates via the solution, while the rest donate on the website. …Roadrunner is also experiencing a response rate five times higher than the nonprofit industry average as well as a conversion rate of 57.8%, which is 2.6 times higher than the industry average of 22%.”