Posted by Jesper Juul Jensen in January 5, 2018
With sponsorable fundraisers, we have tried to innovate on the very basic setup of peer-to-peer fundraising. Instead of asking for donations, fundraisers ask for sponsorships directly tied to their activity.
Posted by Jesper Juul Jensen in December 5, 2017
Supporters who are introduced to you through a friend needs a special approach. Here are four recommendations on how to get a new supporter from community fundraising, who just made a donation to your charity through a friend, to become a dedicated supporter.
Posted by Jesper Juul Jensen in October 18, 2017
BetterNow became Scandinavia\’s largest giving platform in less than two years. Then we learned that we could help charities fundraise more by making white label fundraising solutions.
Posted by Jesper Juul Jensen in January 26, 2017
71% – That is how much more likely a donor is to give you a contact permission on a Branded version of BetterNow, than on the BetterNow giving platform. We were surprised by how substantial the impact of branding was on donors willingness to give contact permissions.
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Posted by Jesper Juul Jensen in July 11, 2016
You know how to make the ask for donations, but do you know how to ask supporters to fundraise for you? And what are the differences between the two asks?
Posted by Alice Jennings in March 29, 2016
Peer-to-peer fundraising has continued to grow in popularity and has become heavily integrated with how many organizations are receiving their donations. This method is here to stay, so we, at BetterNow thought we would put together a little infographic outlining the key points of why we think peer-...
Posted by Kerstin Tiemann in January 7, 2014
In 2013 peer-to-peer fundraising has grown with a huge success for the American charities. According to the Digital Giving Index, the number of donations acquired by fundraisers, who encouraged their family and friends to give, rose by 50 percent. Nonprofits that added peer-to-peer fundraising on th...
Posted by Claudia Henzel in November 21, 2013
Online fundraising is rewarding, fun and simple. However, there are myths which state the opposite. We present to you the list of the three most common myths and their truths.
Posted by Martine Johansen in July 23, 2013
Now we’re not talking about our flower garden. Social media has transformed nonprofit fundraising. Individuals are enabled and empowered to actively inform their social network about charities and generate donations. Especially when it comes to saving the environment.
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Posted by Martine Johansen in June 20, 2013
Social media profiles have been viewed by some as broadcasting oneself online, as is also the case. We talk about our day, share pictures and events, all of which may not be equally as interesting to others as to ourselves. But there is also a connection happening between those who share information...