Domino's Pizza learned and put to work in their marketing.

VIDEO: How to Use — or Misuse Donor Lifetime Value

Professor Adrian Sargeant of The Philanthropy Centre, talks about Donor Lifetime Value – an important measurement that can vastly improve your fundraising if you use it well… or dig you into a very deep hole if you use it poorly!

Learn what P&O Cruises and Domino’s Pizza learned and put to work in their marketing.

This may surprise you!

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  • Thank you once again for meaningful guidance and motivation for doing the right things right.

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  • What are the three questions?

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  • I am going to share this video with all the upper management folks who scream ROI as if it is the be-all and end-all of what our direct mail program is all about and is the only ‘legitimate’ measure.
    I keep trying to reiterate, we are a PIPE LINE to LTV. For us, 67% of our major donors began with a gift to direct mail. Does anyone remember the story of Bloomberg’s first gift to Johns Hopkins of $5?
    He’s reported to have wanted to see how he would be treated. And now he has Hopkins buildings named after him because he is a major donor. I have to force other staffers to adopt LTV as a measure of success. Some corporations are already looking at customers through that lens. I am delighted with your video as it is a wonderful primer I can use to educate others.

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    • Jeff Brooks
      July 17, 2018 2:05 am

      Best of luck. ROI is a useful metric, but as you note, if that’s all you pay attention to, you will hamstring your program.

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