Fundraising writers can be gossips, bores, or brilliant

From the wonderful Monday Morning Memo, here’s a look at the three types of marketing copywriters:

  1. A gossip trashes competitors.
  2. A bore talks about their company and their products.
  3. A brilliant writer talks about how they hope to improve some part of your world.

(The Beginning of Delight.)

I haven’t seen too many fundraising writers in the “gossip” category. But I see a lot in the “bore” group.

Their fundraising goes on and one about how great their organization is.

Donors yawn.

And flock to the organizations that have brilliant writers who show them why they should donate to those organizations.

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