“Love this service!”

22 Apr


As the headline suggests we have our admirers in the philanthropic donor world. We are ever grateful for feedback and admirers because at the heart of what we want to do is make it very, very easy for donors to give online via any screen.

Yes, we do take a mobile-first approach and we think rightfully so since the PC is headed down (and some say out) while the mobile phone is taking over.

This particular customer the donor gave to above could be any nonprofit out there still kicking the tires on mobile giving. Now that Google penalizes your domain if it doesn’t meet their mobile-friendly algorithm guidelines mobile isn’t a “thing” any more. It’s a full-blown fundraising channel.

As a matter of fact we had a customer do over $8000 in one night last week. How did they do this? Our service combined with just asking people to give. Turns out the Millennial Impact reports are right. The biggest reason donors haven’t given to your nonprofit via their phone is they haven’t been asked.

An “ask” combined with a service your donors will love is the future. Get a risk-free RAZ Mobile account today and start WOW-ing your donors.

Dale Knoop leads a great team working to make RAZ Mobile a powerful platform for any cause engaged in fundraising. Any cause can create an content-rich mobile presence, share it through text messages, social media, QR codes, advertising and more and best of all-quickly and securely process donations from motivated supporters with a minimum of friction. Dale holds multiple patents and applications for patent in the mobile space including advertising, content optimization, geo-targeting, negative QOS and a mnemonic device QR code alternative.

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