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Tips For School Fundraising Success

Written June 11, 2014 by Alan Lopez 0

Communities that host successful Otis Spunkmeyer cookie dough fundraisers, make sure that people in their community are aware of their campaign. They do this by effectively advertising their fundraiser, using a wide selection of different advertising methods. Expecting people to in your community to know about your fundraiser, just by word of mouth is not a good idea. Instead, you need to gain a great deal of exposure for your fundraiser.

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Simple Ways To Improve Fundraising Efforts

Written June 10, 2014 by James Porter 0

Cookie dough fundraising campaigns are often looking for simple, yet effective ways to increase profits and improve the overall success of their campaigns. Websites are perfect marketing tools that operate 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. Find the perfect fundraising software for your campaign's needs..

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Great Ways to Help Your Fundraisers Succeed Online

Written March 20, 2014 by James Porter 0

These are great ways to boost your online fundraiser sales, but none of these methods work as well on their own as they do when combined. So get volunteers to run your Otis Spunkmeyer cookie dough campaign online efforts. You are sure to have lots of tech savvy volunteers if you just ask. Include Signatures

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Move Traditional Fundraising Techniques Online

Written March 05, 2014 by Jen Johnson 0

Albert Einstein once said, “You have to learn the rules of the game and then play better than anyone else.” And if you are in charge of this year’s fundraising event, then you know you are up against a big challenge. That’s why you have to play the game better than anyone else, and the way to do that is by integrating your technology and social skills with the more traditional fundraising tasks.

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Increase Fundraising Success Using Social Media

Written February 26, 2014 by Jen Johnson 0

Optimizing your Otis Spunkmeyer cookie dough fundraising campaign’s social media presence will ultimately lead to more cookie dough sales. Think about each Facebook account for your fundraising team. These accounts come with a 'wall'. This is the area where account holders write short messages. Take advantage of this feature by regularly updating your followers with your campaign's progress, team member accomplishments, new products, and other interesting developments.

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