2013 eNonprofit Benchmarks: Your Annual Dose of Data

What’s going on with nonprofit email, fundraising, and social media?

In short: Online revenue is up, monthly giving is booming, and social media audiences are growing too. But there are also some bitter truths about last year that you need to know about.

When it comes to online fundraising and advocacy, “in short” just isn’t going to cut it — you gotta dive deep. We’ve put all the data and details you need in the 2013 eNonprofit Benchmarks Study, the one and only indispensable guide to what’s happening online for nonprofits.

Join M+R Strategic Services and NTEN for a webinar to get the story behind the numbers in the study and see if your organization is leading the way or getting left behind.

Session Takeaways:
1.Find out the latest in online fundraising, advocacy and email trends
2.See where your metrics fall compared to industry standards
3.Learn how to track and use your own benchmarks

Sarah DiJulio launched and directs the online advocacy and fundraising division of M+R Strategic Services. Sarah has provided strategic consulting and training on online advocacy and fundraising to major nonprofits, served as a spokeswoman about Internet campaigns for major media outlets, and led innovative and successful nonprofit online marketing campaigns. Currently, Sarah provides strategic consulting to a number of M+R clients including Oxfam America, Mercy Corps, Easter Seals and the Mayo Clinic.

Cameron Lefevre serves as M+R’s senior technology strategist and leads a team of designers and developers who conceptualize and build creative, cutting-edge websites and online tools for M+R clients. Cameron specializes in building effective campaign-driven websites, evaluating and optimizing websites and constituent management systems, and developing mobile-optimized emails and webpages. He also helps to coordinate and implement online advocacy and fundraising campaigns for M+R clients such AARP.


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