Each week we’ll bring you a new resource that we think could revolutionize the nonprofit sector—or at least your workweek. It may be an app, platform, podcast, or product that will help you do more good. This time, we’re looking at Bonjoro, a video messaging app.
“Bonjoro!” More than a greeting, this email video platform provides a new level of engagement for donors. Bonjoro lets you create and send video messages to welcome, thank, and connect with your audience on a whole new level. In fact, saying “hello” by another method has never been quite as sweet, or as personal.
After more than a year of pandemic isolation, we’ll never take coffee chat with a donor for granted again. There is something distinctly different about talking to someone versus writing to someone. Perhaps it’s because message templates, typos, and copy/paste sentiments are commonplace, or perhaps it’s that we’re all inundated with email. Knowing someone took time to record a video for you is pretty significant, and that is what Bonjoro helps nonprofits do.
With an average open rate of 70%, Bonjoro messages are the potent antidote to digital fatigue. It’s apparent from the data that donors—quite literally—want to hear from the causes they support. Check out the testimonials on their website here (our favorite is from the YMCA).
Cultivating small to midsize donors is often challenging if you don’t have the team capacity to court every new supporter personally. Bonjoro is a great tool to make introductions and put a face to your cause without the need to schedule a block of time out of the office or set up a special meeting. It helps you and your organization operate within your capacity while gaining trust and building lasting relationships.
Bonjoro now offers a 14-day free trial! Simply click this link and start making your engaging videos today.
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