Are you adjusting your marketing strategies for donors and potential clients? If you’re not, you might be unintentionally causing women in need to look elsewhere for help. This week we cover why you need different strategies to reach donors and clients and the branding differences you should make between the two.Get Resource
Are you currently advertising on Facebook? Or, have you thought about it, but you haven’t quite dipped your toes in the water to try it? Whether it’s to promote your services or share about an upcoming event, you know that friends of your center use Facebook and it can be an effective way to advertise. But, do you know the best ways to do this?Get Resource
You have big dreams for your center, big hopes for your clients and big needs for funding. You know that the key to successful fundraising is taking every opportunity to personally connect with your donors to make this all possible. But you are so busy on any given day as you support staff and volunteers, provide life-changing services to your clients, and run a busy center on a budget.Get Resource
How do you know when to rebrand? Rebranding is a big undertaking, but necessary in order to effectively reach your audience. In this guide, we will break down what elements go into a rebrand, how to tell if you need to rebrand, and how to do so successfully.Get Resource
With prom season coming up, many centers are wondering how they can reach high school students who find themselves pregnant a few weeks afterwards. According to Psychology Today, in a study that surveyed nearly 13,000 high school students nationwide, 14 percent of girls said they had sex on prom night. Over half of those surveyed reported alcohol consumption, which can lead to lowered inhibitions and increased chance of sexual assault. All
of this indicates that there are girls who will need your center’s help and guidance following prom night.
According to Google research, over a billion people collectively watch more than six billion hours of YouTube video each month. With this many people spending this much time on YouTube, it’s easy to understand why the video-sharing platform has become an increasingly popular destination for advertising. Does that mean it’s the right place to reach more abortion-minded women?Get Resource
From national events and awareness weeks to social media holidays, there are numerous opportunities for you to join in on the pro-life conversation on the donor side, as well as interact with many potentially abortion-minded women throughout 2019. You don’t want to miss a single day! Download our 2019 Marketing Calendar for Pregnancy Centers to amplify your efforts this year.Get Resource
Instagram is an amazing platform for reaching women within pregnancy centers’ demographic. According to Instagram, users under the age of 25 spend an average of 32 minutes each day scrolling, while those 25 and older spend just over 24 minutes per day on the app. Your target demographic goes to Instagram constantly, and you can reach them more effectively by utilizing what you should do and avoiding what you shouldn’t.Get Resource
Social media is one of the top avenues for reaching a pregnancy center’s target audience of women ages 18 to 24. Not only does it allow you to establish your online presence, but it also offers you the chance to engage with these women
and establish a relationship. It’s an important first step to having them make an appointment for services. But, before all of that, you need to get them to follow your account! Here, we’ll provide you with some tips to increase your followers on Facebook and Instagram.
Donor banquets are a big deal for most pregnancy centers. Many of the marketing materials required for donor banquets need a lot of thought and creativity in order to be well-executed, so now is the time to start putting together everything you need to host your PHC’s donor banquet. Here’s a list of the most effective marketing materials for a successful donor banquet for your PHC.Get Resource
As colleges and universities prepare for incoming students, so should your PHC. In this guide, we’ll discuss a few tactics you can implement to ensure your PHC is fully prepared to reach as many abortion-minded students as possible during this upcoming school year. We’ll go in-depth and talk about the tactics we recommend, why they matter, and how students are lead to call or schedule an appointment with your center because of them.Get Resource