End 2014 Strong: Featured Cause Programs for December and 2015

“FrontGate’s email subscribers are highly engaged. We have seen great results from our email marketing campaigns; far beyond the other ad networks we worked with on this same campaign.” – Shane Wagner, Digital Experience Manager for The Seed Company. Merry Christmas! We are here to help you engage potential donors and build your database via the 10 million visitors and 5 million email subscribers in our Web Network.  And we go above and beyond with PR, Social Media, Strategy/R&D, Media Buying and more….

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Non-profit Marketing Tips & Case Studies from Award Winning FrontGate Media

“FrontGate’s email subscribers are highly engaged. We have seen great results from our email marketing campaigns; far beyond the other ad networks we worked with on this same campaign.” – Shane Wagner, Digital Experience Manager for The Seed Company Have you seen “The Word of God” video by Brenton Brown?  This new music video is part of his partnership with The Seed Company to creatively show a Bible translation accomplishment!  Love it. In case you missed, it do check out…

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Marketing Update for Christian Non-profits

… immediately our numbers started going through the roof. Not only does FrontGate deliver results, they’re a pleasure to work with. They truly care about the work you’re doing, and they work hard to help you reach your goals and have a successful campaign.                                                               – Jamie Stahler, National Day of Prayer Task Force In this March issue of the Marketing Update for Christian Non-profits we bring you… our newest CASE STUDY: The Seed Company MARKETING TIPS SPECIALS NEWS from the Ascend Women’s Conference, the…

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Case Study: The Seed Company

The Seed Company was launched by Wycliffe Bible Translators in 1993 with a mandate to accelerate Bible translation. It started with pilot projects in 10 different languages linked to prayer partners and investors. Four years later, the model was working in 50 people groups and growing. Although Bible translation dates back to the first centuries of the Church, the spread into lesser-known languages began after the Reformation. Wycliffe Bible Translators initiated and led the modern Bible translation movement in the mid-20th century. By the 1980s, however, they realized that it would take 150 years at the current pace of translation to reach every people group. Wycliffe asked former CEO Bernie May to lead the initiative to build a model that would accelerate the pace of Bible translation and involve more national leadership.