Get (and KEEP) Your Donors Attention
Because if you don't get their attention, you won't get their gift
Practical and tactical tips from one of the best fundraising copywriters in the industry
If you want to get your donor's best gift, you need to quickly capture their attention with a powerful first sentence.
A powerful first sentence keeps a donor reading to the second sentence. And then the third sentence. And then then the fourth.
And then the ... well, you get it.
Writing a powerful first sentence is easier than you think. In fact, direct mail fundraising expert Steven Screen has 5 simple rules he follows when writing a first sentence for a fundraising letter or email.
These 5 rules are proven to capture (and keep) your donor's attention. Steven's used them to raise millions of dollars in donations for organizations.
And he's ready to share them with you.
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