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Nadal, with Marc López, returns to the doubles three years later

first_imgRafa Nadal may also compete in the doubles of the Indian Wells Masters 1,000, Will probably be held from Monday, March 9 to Sunday 22. Will probably be accomplished with Marc López. Each have been champions of this identical match in two editions (2010 and 2012), though the nice feat of this pair was the Olympic gold of Rio 2016. For Nadal, it means returning to this modality three years later. Exactly in Indian Wells, he paired with the Australian Bernard Tomic. They fell in the second spherical. Since then, not counting Davis, ATP Cup or Laver Cup, Nadal had not competed in the circuit. The duo enters the field at the invitation of the match director, former Tommy Haas. Collectively with López, Nadal gained two different titles: in Doha (2009 and 2011). In complete, eleven twisted with quite a few totally different {couples}: Pablo Carreño, Juan Monaco, Tommy Robredo, Albert Costa and Alex López. The latter was the first of them, in 2003.The opposite match invitation in doubles is for Novak Djokovic, who can have his compatriot Victor Troicki as a pair. Being the first 1,000 Masters of the match, earlier than the dizzying tempo of the calendar begins, Gamers have extra probability of alternating singles and doubles.last_img read more

Create an Online Fundraising Plan: Improve Your Emails

first_imgThe email portion of your online fundraising plan should contain two main points:Getting organizedRemembering that content is (still/again) kingWork these initiatives into the part of your online fundraising plan dedicated to email marketing:Planning Tips:Plan, plan, plan… Develop an email messaging program for communicating regularly with donors and prospects. Think about e-newsletters, action alerts and/or event alerts. Make your newsletters worth reading!Build your list. Don’t buy a list–learn how to build one yourself. Aside from newsletter sign-ups, give prospects reasons to join your list–give them useful information (think value!), consider offering an incentive like a raffle for a gift certificate, and be sure to snag sign-ups at your events.Strategize and set goals. Determine what you hope to gain and what you’re shooting for with your email communications. Do you want to increase the size of your supporter pool? Do you want to increase your subscribers by a certain amount? Do you have a current email plan that you’d like to improve? Set some metrics for yourself (clickthough rate, etc.).Ask for direction. How often should you email your list? What types of messages do your donors want to hear? Ask them! Conduct a survey. Call a few top donors. Make communications a topic during your next volunteer meeting.Content and Campaign Tips:Get creative. Think about targeted messages for people who have expressed interests in certain subjects. Consider the roles of your various supporters (donors, volunteers, prospects) and what you want to communicate to/with them.Avoid gloom and doom. People like to feel hopeful, not helpless. Allow your messaging to cater to this tendency: Include attainable goals (“Every $30 donation gives a dog its shots!” “We’re already 80 percent of the way to our goal!”). People are not ATMs, and they’re involved with your organization for a number of personal reasons–sadness and hopelessness not among them.Mix it up. When considering your email strategy for the months ahead, think outside the fundraising-appeal box. And, when you are using email as a fundraising tool, keep your messages varied.…Test, test, test. You’re not a mind-reader. (No, I can’t prove it, but I can assume not.) With that in mind, test your email communications. Send one version of your newsletter to half of your subscribers and a different format to the other half. Which would have better clickthrough results? If you plop down a pair of fresh eyes in front of the versions, which one does your friend think is more readable?last_img read more