The science of fundraising is a hot topic among the nonprofit community. Through the use of scientific theories and availability of advanced measurement tools, nonprofits can be more efficient and effective than ever before at making each dollar invested towards garnering more fundraising count.
Unfortunately, many nonprofit professionals aren’t aware of the science behind what makes people take action are not, and many aren’t fluent in the tools they need to know if their fundraising campaigns are effective or not, leaving them unable to make the right decisions and use their budgets most wisely.
This course leads nonprofit professionals through the science of what really triggers humans to take action (e.g. donate, follow, sign-up) on behalf of nonprofits’ initiatives.
Section 1: Behavioral Economics and Why Your Nonprofit Should Know It
Section 2: Case Study - Behavioral Economics in Practice
Section 3: Implementing and Measuring Theories Video instruction and examples of using Google Analytics, HotJar heat mapping tool, Amazon Mechanical Turk
Nate Andorsky is an entrepreneur who blends Behavioral Economics and technology to help nonprofits, foundations, and mission driven companies move people to action.
As CEO of Creative Science, his team empowers social innovators to dream bigger by creating digital experiences which at their core are human experiences.
Prior to Creative Science he was a team member at the Startup America Partnership, a nonprofit led by Steve Case, to help build entrepreneurial communities.
He geeks out about technology and the ways in which it can motivate people to do good. Nate has been featured in Forbes, INC Magazine and Huffington Post.