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Email Marketing: 10 Simple Steps to Make Your Supporters Feel Loved

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Date: 04 October 2017 at 12:00 am Presenter: Tristam Jones Run time: 60 Minutes Location: Online Live Tickets: Free (in AUD) Materials Price: $0.00 (in AUD)

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Not-for-profit organisations are not only competing with other causes asking for support, but also with the latest tech deal, seasonal recipe and updates or messages from friends. So how can you ensure your message cuts through and resonates with your audience? How can you leave your supporters feeling loved?

Email has the potential to burst open revenue steams, but mass emails will simply leave your audience feeling overwhelmed and disengaged. This webinar will allow you to avoid this trend and monopolise your fundraising efforts by learning both acquisition and retention techniques from a social sector email expert.

You’ll be shown how to take advantage of the resources you have to revolutionise your current strategy and ensure you’re remaining competitive in the sector.

In this complimentary 60-minute session, Adestra’s charity email expert, Tristam Jones, will teach you:

  • How to turn single donors into long-term supporters
  • How to get started or take the next step with your automation programs
  • Simple ways to keep subscribers engaged throughout the lifecycle

By attending this free webinar, you’ll be guided through 10 simple steps to unlock email marketing as an effective revenue stream.

This webinar is essential for any marketer, operational to management, working within the social sector.


This webinar is brought to you complimentary with thanks to our friends at Adestra.

Tristam Jones

Tristam Jones

Tristam Jones Head of Account Management at Adestra Tristam has worked for over ten years in fundraising marketing and events for some of the UK’s top charities, including Macmillan Cancer Support and the British Heart Foundation, where he headed up product development and mass participation.
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