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Guesswork: The Enemy of Retention

The numbers cited in Tom’s post on the Ultimate Collection of Loyalty Statistics are not only frightening, they’re unlikely to improve by continuing down the same path year after year. That’s because the likelihood of boosting retention occurs only when fundraisers, communications folks, donor service managers, program officers, CEOs and board members — virtually everyone in the organ
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