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Ralph L. Siegel

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Siegel Marketing Group Inc

HQ Phone:  (414) 271-7000

Direct Phone: (414) ***-****direct phone

Email: r***@***.com

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Siegel Marketing Group Inc

1845 N. Farwell Ave

Milwaukee, Wisconsin,53202

United States

Company Description

Produce enterprising and effective marketing strategies to maximize your productivity. Our aim is to create a fruitful partnership that will help you....more

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Telemarketing in the Ice (Bucket) Age. Fundraising nonprofits.

theevansconsultinggroup.com [cached]

Ralph Siegel, president of the Siegel Marketing Group, a Milwaukee-based company that specializes in telemarketing , direct mail and data services, says that nonprofits have been using professional telemarketers since the early 1990s and that the results have been predicable and consistent . In other words, not too good to be true.
In a typical telemarketing campaign, Siegel says nonprofits can typically expect to receive gifts from 30 to 50 percent of existing donors who are contacted. In a direct mail effort, Siegel adds that organizations can expect donation rates of seven to 30 percent, and, less than 1 percent for email. The numbers are lower when it comes to donor acquisition, or getting people to give who have never given before to a particular organization. "People give because of an emotional response," says Siegel. Siegel said that a solicitor has only about three seconds to get a caller interested. And, he acknowledged, most of the potential donors who are reached are in their 50s and above. But, despite these limitations, telemarketing can work under the right circumstances and for the right organizations. There's a misperception, he said, that telemarketing is only an option for large organizations. His firm has run campaigns with a list of just 1,000 names and minimal financial risk.


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