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More Than a Thank You: Building a

relationship with a first time online

Donor

Presented by:

Cassandra Koenen

Director, Online Campaigns and Marketing IFAW

Jeff Patrick

President, Common Knowledge

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Know Your Audience: The goal is to

understand WHO you are talking to – on

your website and in your email campaigns–

in order to improve HOW you talk to these

audiences.

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What kind of information should you be asking?

  • Awareness of Organisation & Programs
  • Site Visit Frequency
  • Source: Learn about Your Organisation & Site
  • Purpose of Visit
  • Value of various site features
  • Missing info/services on web site
  • Primary Role
  • Giving History
  • Reason for Not Giving (if not a donor)
  • Giving Channel Preference
  • Online Action History
  • Reason for not taking action (if not an online advocate)
  • Interest in Volunteering
  • Preferred Language
  • Preferred Communication Channel
  • Preferred Giving Contact Frequency
  • E-Newsletter Recipient (Y/N?)
  • Value of e-Newsletter
  • Preferred frequency of e-Newsletter
  • e-Newsletter Elements Interest Level
  • Print Magazine Recipient (Y/N?)
  • Value of Print Magazine
  • Preferred frequency of Print Magazine
  • Age
  • Marital Status
  • Gender
  • Ethnicity
  • Country of Residence
  • ZIP Code (if USA)
  • Income
  • Number of Children
  • Political Point of View
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Survey Overview - Questions

All Survey Respondents

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US. Respondents

CAN Respondents

All Survey Respondents

Non-donors

Donors

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All Survey Respondents

Plan to give more

Plan to give less

No Change

All Survey Respondents

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All Survey Respondents

Have visited

Have not visited

All Survey Respondents

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Interesting Findings

Online web form by e-check (4.4%)

Online web form by credit card (42.4%)

Regular mail by credit card (2.2%)

Regular mail by check (31.2%)

Phone by Credit Card (2%)

I do not plan to make a donation (17.9%)

When you donate to in the future, how would you prefer to give?

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Once a month (11.6%)

Every 6 months (22.8%)

Two times per year (15.9%)

One time per year (33.1%)

Never (17.2%)

18- How often would you like to be contacted about donating?

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Goals of the “Welcome Series”

  • Get a 1st gift from new subscribers as quickly as possible (current target: 45 days) via a targeted email stream
  • Maximize the size of the 1st gift
  • Maximize the lifetime value of new subscribers
  • Use automated email queue and send to minimize cost of managing email stream
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Campaign Statistics

Start Date: July 1, 2007

New US Subscribers: 20,601

New Canadian Subscribers: 3,926

New UK Subscribers: 2,677

New subscribers receive a total of 10 emails over the course of the

first 40 days from when they join IFAW’s email list.

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Campaign Goals

Results by Country Site:

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Why bother with segmentation?

To increase the targeting of email communications to increase the overall response rate to advocacy and fundraising appeals.

Result: More actions, more $$ raised.

Result: Lower email churn i.e. fewer lost email subscribers.

Balancing gain and loss provides the highest possible ROI.

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There are two main areas that you can choose to segment the list:

  • By Issue
    • The issue they came in on. For example if a group of Care2 activists were recruited on a whaling issue they will be associated with the whaling interest segment.
    • They have taken 1 or more actions on the same issue. For example a member signs one or more petitions on the whaling issue.
    • They have donated on an appeal linked to a particular issue.
  • By Giving History
  • Recency: How long since the supporter gave their most recent gift – up to 24 months ago?
  • Frequency: How many gifts has the supporter given in the last 24 months?
  • Monetary: What is sum of all donations by the supporter in the last 24 months?
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Possible Segments

  • RFM Segments
  • Recency: Most recent gift was:
  • R1: <6 months ago
  • R2: 6-12 months ago
  • R3: 12-24 months agoFrequency: The number of donations in the last 24 months:
    • F1: 1
    • F2: 2
    • F3: 3+
  • Monetary: The sum of all gifts made in the last 24 months –
    • M1: $10-$35
    • M2: $35-$75
    • M3: $75+