Best of the blogs: managing supporter databases, donor irritation, becoming great fundraisers and analysing other charities

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Andrew Oldham, supporter data manager at the RSPB, shares five tips for charities that want to get more out of their supporter databases.

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Joe Saxton, founder of nfpSynergy, asks if the fundraising community is in denial about donor irritation.

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Young people have a tendency to focus on what interests and excites them, instead of what they need to understand and learn to be great fundraisers, writes Ken Burnett

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Charities should take a list of the other non-profits whose marketing and communications they most admire and come up with a plan to close the gaps, suggests marketing expert Tom Belford

Read Belford’s blog

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