“The application is built to be extremely intuitive and no advanced web programming experience is needed. Once embedded, there is no follow-up needed, as users can just concentrate on spreading the word to drive event ticket sales to their fundraiser.”
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 5, 2010
Fundraiser 7 is the free event fundraising solution that organizations have been looking for and many of them are now using it to raise more money by selling event tickets online to their fundraiser events.
Traditionally, non-profits, charity organizations, political campaigns, and other causes have used direct mail, word of mouth, phone calls, and other time consuming, and overall less effective ways, to get donors to their fundraising events.
In more recent years, websites such as EventBrite.com have utilized the online space to help people organize events and invite attendees. However, there are various issues that arise when organizations use these types of channels to raise money by selling event ticket sales online. Although, they allow you to sell event tickets using a payment processor such as Paypal or Google Checkout, and email your donor base about an event, the process really just ends there.
“Events are inherently social, and Fundraiser7 provides the capabilities to share events socially. We attend events to socialize. Email, Facebook and Twitter let us share our attendance with our friends,” says Fundraiser 7 CEO, Wesley Donahue.
By teaming up with the booming online fundraising platform - Piryx, which is heavily used by non-profits, charities, political campaigns, and thousands of other causes, these groups can simply keep all of their financial contribution and performance information in one simple dashboard, while being able to utilize the vast arsenal of free social marketing tools to spread the word online about an organization’s next fundraising event.
What makes Fundraiser 7 unique and increasingly more accepted and utilized is not only the versatile nature of the application, but also the simple embedding feature that allows users to install the application with ease. Once the app is installed, users can simply review, analyze, and make sense of a lot of otherwise complex information in a clean layout, without being overwhelmed and confused by the data presented to them.
As for setting up a fundraising event, users are able to quickly customize the event information and provide details on where the fundraiser will be located. Not only is this location viewable in the form of an address, but also in the form of a map. Event ticket information is also very easy to insert, customize, and quantify the amount of event tickets available, in order to reduce overcrowding.
The Fundraiser 7 application does not stop there. It also allows users to easily embed their unique fundraiser into any website, blog, Facebook, Twitter, or web application, along with Google Maps by simply pasting the code given.
“The application is built to be extremely intuitive and no advanced web programming experience is needed. Once embedded, there is no follow-up needed, as users can just concentrate on spreading the word to drive event ticket sales to their fundraiser,” said Donahue.
In the end, the Fundraiser 7 application provides the coveted “one-stop-shop” quality for users. Instead of merely providing a teaser to a fundraising event and directing visitors to a donation page, fundraisers are able to make the sale at the point of contact. This feature is pivotal in the world of fundraising for charity, politics, or any other market. The ease of use that Fundraiser 7 provides helps to prevent users from feeling intimidated by complex functionality, which will allow the application to be used on a bevy of sites.
If you need to begin fundraising for an upcoming event, you can now do so quickly and easily with Fundraiser 7. Sell event tickets for free on your website, blog, Facebook, Twitter, and more, while passing on any small transaction fees to your donors.
Try it today. Sign up for free at Fundraiser 7.
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