Posts Tagged ‘petition’

88% of online petition signers new to Global Fund for Women; email list grows by thousands

Two weeks ago, we highlighted Global Fund for Women, a leader in advancing the rights of women and girls worldwide, and its efforts to mobilize supporters around the globe with Soapbox Petitions and Salesforce.

This campaign on behalf of survivors of rape in conflict areas such as eastern Congo and Syria garnered thousands of signatures in just days. As of this afternoon, more than 9,100 supporters have signed their petition.

Global Fund for Women: 88% new contacts

What’s more, the overwhelming percentage of these supporters are new to Global Fund for Women:

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Global Fund for Women mobilizes thousands within days with Soapbox Petitions and Salesforce

Global Fund for Women, a leader in advancing the rights of women and girls worldwide, is using Soapbox Petitions to mobilize thousands of supporters around the globe on behalf of survivors of rape in conflict areas such as eastern Congo and Syria.

Global Fund for Women petition

Soapbox Petitions, the latest app in the Soapbox Engage online engagement platform, provides real-time integration with Salesforce for the capturing of supporter data and a mobile-friendly user experience to facilitate action on any device. Read more »

 

Numbers, consistency, and online petitions: what they mean for your nonprofit and its ladder of engagement

Let’s talk numbers, shall we?

To start, let’s grab the number 1.92. 1.92 is the number of times more likely someone signing an online petition is to donate to a similar cause after signing. This was quantified by researchers Yu-Hao Lee and Gary Hsieh in their study Does Slacktivism Hurt Activism?: The Effects of Moral Balancing and Consistency in Online Activism.

So, I sign your online petition, I am then almost twice as likely as someone who didn’t sign that petition to give money to a cause that is similar to yours.

Notice that didn’t read “give money to your organization”. Mark that. It’ll be on the quiz later. The researchers also found that I’m more likely to take other actions in support of similar causes after signing your petition, provided those actions don’t cost me much.

A great example: signing another online petition. Read more »