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Do You Lean too Heavily on Your Boomer Alumni?

Do You Lean too Heavily on Your Boomer Alumni?

Talk to any financial adviser and they know two things: 1) Baby boomers are by far the wealthiest generation in U.S. history; 2) You can’t take it with you when you go. The baby boomer accumulation of wealth is widely accepted and documented. It is the reason...
Charitable Behavior: Are Your Appeals Under-Delivering on Emotion?

Charitable Behavior: Are Your Appeals Under-Delivering on Emotion?

In a blog for Hilborn: Charity eNews, the president of a new social enterprise research firm discussed charitable behavior in North America. In the research, John Hallward and his colleagues at Sector3Insights explored a range of drivers of charitable giving. One of...
Why Microsite Tracking Creates Micro Results

Why Microsite Tracking Creates Micro Results

Tracking visitors to improve engagement goes back to Xerox’s marketing and sales automation in the late 80s. For decades now, the commercial industry has used tracking intelligence to deliver top customer experiences and maximize results. As behavioral intelligence...
Practical and Powerful Digital Strategies for Higher Ed

Practical and Powerful Digital Strategies for Higher Ed

In the recent webinar, Banish the Buzzwords: Practical and Powerful Digital Strategies for Higher Ed, Capture Higher Ed experts in student recruitment, university advancement and communications came together to discuss how to use digital advertising across all...
Why Days of Giving Coincided With the Rise in Technology

Why Days of Giving Coincided With the Rise in Technology

It is all hands on deck for university advancement offices across the country for the annual Day of Giving. We recently outlined six strategies to remember when preparing for the big day and they all share one commonality — technology. Over the past several years, Day...
How to Grow a Research Program on Gender and Philanthropy

How to Grow a Research Program on Gender and Philanthropy

What does it mean for women? What does it mean for men? What does it mean for women vs. men? Do women and men behave differently? For Dr. Debra Mesch, professor of philanthropic studies at Indiana University-Purdue University in Indianapolis (IUPUI), the role of...
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