Hello spooky friends! Who’s looking forward to Halloween? The kids and I super excited! Lucy…not so much. Every year, someone in our house forces her to put on a costume and trick or treat with the kids.
They want to know if they look dead or not. Yes, this is my life.
Hey friends! I’m blogging over on Mama Wonder today, and we’re giving away this awesome Melissa&Doug prize package! Come join
“Hey! How is homeschool going?” Such an innocent question. And yet, there are so many not-so-innocent words I want to throw out in response.
Today, we had a guy from Sears come out to look at our washer. It’s not agitating, draining, or spinning,
I had the absolute pleasure of speaking with Paul Fellows of Babysitting the Kids. If you haven’t read his blog, you need to head over there right now! His recent post hilariously illustrates his quandary with commuting home during the summer holidays.
So I had a few questions for Paul. Fellow humor bloggers, you would do well to pay attention!
E says, “We are on a diet that prevents us from eating sweet potatoes, salsa, enchiladas, taco soup, and other
Did you know that R can use the force to open automatic doors?
I recently learned from Reddit that there’s an 11-year-old on the New York subway that sells emotional advice for two bucks a pop. No lemonade stand for this kid.
It’s a pretty interesting business prospect. Emotional advice from a ball of hormones, angst, and ironic Wicca worship. Who wouldn’t pay $2 for that? Sure beats your mental health co-pay.
Nonprofit marketing directors know that a good email list is essential to gaining and utilizing donors and supporters. But getting people to hand over their email address is only the first challenge. You also need to keep them around. And in today’s atmosphere of competing interests and overflowing inboxes, that can be tricky. So how do nonprofits get people to sign up and keep them subscribed?
Here are my nine easy tips for growing and maintaining a nonprofit email list.