Slow Down So You Don’t Lose Your Donors-PSA 5
Planned giving people love to talk about the different ways to make a gift–and the tax or impact benefits benefits these gifts can have.
But these messages that talk about gift types, tax benefits, and impact benefits are falling flat—and that’s because they break the rules of marketing by moving the conversation too fast.
Your planned giving marketing needs to grab your donors’ attention first. Then move to the conversation about gifts (and get a more successful response). Watch the video to learn a practical way to make that happen.
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Jeff Stein is the President of Planned Giving Marketing and his guest is Greg Wilson, the Sr. Major Gifts and Planned Giving Officer at Good Shepherd Rehabilitation in Allentown, PA. Greg has over 20 years of experience in direct fundraising.
FREE Resources That Make Your Planned Giving Marketing Efforts More Successful:
- Email Template One: Download, personalize, and send to donors.
- Email Template Two: Download, personalize, and send to donors.
- PSA One: Drunk Dialing Donors
- PSA Two: Donors Don’t Care About CARES
- PSA Three: Unicorns of the Planned Giving World
- PSA Four: Messages that fill the donor pipeline
- Article: What Makes Marketing a Planned Gift Effective?
- Mission Minded Marketing: An Immediate and Effective Communication Plan for Fundraisers
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