[Webinar] Maximize Your Deliverability: The Value of Partnerships in Nonprofit Email Marketing

Posted by Courtney Finger 

Join us for our upcoming webinar on Thursday, August 3rd from 2-3pm EST.  

Not a nonproft? Keep reading! There’s still plenty of great advice packed into this webinar applicable for all industries!

We know deliverability can be challenging, especially in the nonprofit space. We’ve found that nonprofit industry email is 33 percent more likely to end up in spam folders and that nonprofit read rates trail the industry by 25 percent.

Now, more than ever, utilizing crucial data points and gaining visibility into your campaigns puts you, as the marketer, in the driver’s seat to maximize your email program. Whether you’re raising awareness, campaigning, or fundraising, email deliverability can help you hit the goals you’re looking to achieve.

During this webinar, we will showcase how Return Path has aligned with Salesforce Marketing Cloud to provide Change.org, a leading nonprofit organization, with visibility into inbox placement and the metrics affecting their campaigns. You’ll learn how our dedicated partnerships help our customers be successful and ensure their email messages reach the inbox for maximum engagement.

Register now for this free event!

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About Courtney Finger

Courtney Finger is a Product Marketing Manager at Return Path where she uses her immense knowledge of Return Path products to shape everything from their messaging, positioning, and innovation. Courtney’s previous role as a Technical Account Manager gave her the skills and background to be a successful product marketer, requiring her to be an expert on Return Path’s products and solutions, and to understand the customer’s problems and needs. She loves working with teams across the company to bring products to market that truly enhance the lives of email marketers. In her spare time, Courtney loves to enjoy the Colorado Rocky Mountains and the incredible food and entertainment scene of downtown Denver.

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