Why do so many donors click through to your donation page and then not complete it? It's largely problems with the page that drive them away. Here of the 9 Common Donation Page Mistakes (and Solutions!) from npENGAGE: Hidden Donation Forms Requiring Donors to Give Too Much Information Overfilling Your Donation Page Forgetting Security Certification Not Being Mobile-Savvy Avoiding Different Giving Levels Not Suggesting Recurring Donations Ignoring Social Media Failing to Say Thank You Lots of details and examples in the post. Check it out!
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SEPTEMBER 24, 2014
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DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
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