In Chronicle of philanthropy, an article illustrates beautifully why your data people need to talk to your writers who both need to talk to your printer in order to execute a successful campaign.
Put simply, researchers from the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza’s college of business, found that in order to boost interest in supporting environmental causes in men, campaign designers need to make the appeal “more masculine.”
What does that mean? It means ditching the frilly font and light colors and emphasis on “togetherness,” and replacing it with an image of a howling wolf and dark color patterns like “wilderness” and “rugged.” The point is that you need to build your campaign with your different donor groups in mind. What works for one segment such as women, may not be as effective for another (men who want their masculinity subtly reinforced).
Read more about the testosterone-fueled campaign comparison study tier (More cash from the he-man nature lovers club)
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