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How your article can make the most impact in terms of marketing and visitors to your site: The article you submit doesn’t necessarily have to be about the exact nature of your business. Whatever (fundraising related) topic you think will be most successful when sharing your article on your social media accounts is usually also the best for the purpose of promoting your business on our site.

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Anything related to fundraising, non-profits, volunteers, donations, fundraising ideas, other ways to make money, social media marketing, demographics, bookkeeping, commercial ventures for non-profits, staying organized, new fundraising products, seasonal fundraisers, grants, marketing, planning, small business ideas for non-profits, letters, how to solve a problem, PTOs and PTAs, fundraising letters, your personal experience with a fundraiser, etc.

 

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