Higher Education Infographic: How to Build a Capital Campaign Website That Drives Giving

April 19, 2016

As more colleges and universities launch comprehensive fundraising campaigns, stand-alone campaign websites are growing in number and complexity. When done right, they act as the digital face for a campaign and hold the power to drive giving by offering rich online experiences.

Find out the four steps you should take when building a capital campaign website in our new infographic. Learn which elements can enrich your user experience and how the way your donors will change the way they use your website over time.

Capital Campaigns Infographic

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