It's possible that your job title is so terrible, it's chasing donors away. That's what a new study by researcher Russell James finds, as reported on the MarketSmart blog, at Why fundraiser job titles suck and cost you a lot of money! The study asked people, "Who at the charity are you more likely to contact?" It gave them an array of typical nonprofit job titles. The title that fewest people wanted to contact: Director of Advancement. Others people didn't want to get in touch with: Chief Advancement Officer Director of Institutional Advancement Chief Institutional Advancement Officer Think you can...
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