If you’re ready to take advantage of discount codes to help achieve your fundraising event goals, you may be wondering how to go about it technically.
1. Fully-functional fundraising event tools should offer the ability to create and manage discount codes.
This means that you can generate a unique code, either through random characters or a term you select. From there, you can control all the details of the discount code: whether it is a fixed dollar amount or a percentage saving, which ticket offers it applies to, and whether there is an expiration date or limited quantity.
2. Your best bet for success is to ensure that this ticketing tool is integrated with your donor management tool.
This will make it easy to reach former event attendees and existing supporters, while being able to track your performance, see which promotions are most effective, and identify how this event connects to your organization’s other campaigns and initiatives.
Causeview makes donor and event management simple, from start to finish. With all the tools you need to track, manage, and grow your supporter relationships, Causeview comes with fully-loaded event management functionality.
You can organize all your event details, create tickets and discount codes, design and launch online ticketing forms and landing pages, and easily process transactions with iATS Payments.
Event fundraising of any kind relies on secure payment processing. When you use Causeview to manage your next event, you're also guaranteeing that all your donations (discounted or not!) will be handled securely through iATS Payments, the only dedicated payment processor devoted exclusively to nonprofits.
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This informative post comes to us from Doron Barbalat, the marketing manager at Causeview. As the developer of giving apps for nonprofit organizations and higher education institutions, Causeview transforms CRM platforms into Donor Management systems by providing powerful payment processing functionality. You can reach Doron at email@example.com and learn more about Causeview here.