For small or one-person marketing teams, it’s never been more challenging to juggle SEO, PPC, leads, sales, sign-ups, community building, social media, website management, and on and on… (Deep breaths, this is just a blog—not another to-do list.) In need of some expert advice to get you through your daily tasks? We reached out to a one-person marketing machine, Raise Craze’s Claire Seymour, to find out just how she gets it all done. Raise Craze: Small but Mighty Remember those painful school fundraisers where you had to sell soap or gift wrap to pay for renovations or a new chess club? Well, Raise Craze facilitates those in a digital, cashless environment—minus the painful sales tactics.
Instead of having to knock on doors to sell products—or just having parents pick up the bill—with Raise Craze, kids volunteer acts of kindness in their communities in exchange for donations. Claire Seymour, Marketing director, Raise Craze It goes back to starting with how we can teach kids the value of gratitude and how small acts of kindness can make a huge impact in the world, even if it’s just their immediate world. And collectively when you do something little to brighten someone’s day, there is going to be a ripple effect. — Claire Seymour, Marketing Director, Raise Craze Raise Craze offers curated programs for different buy email list age groups. For example, young ones can pay it forward with smaller acts like putting out birdseed, while older kids and teenagers can take on bigger tasks like volunteering at community centers.
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Heartwarming, right? Well, get ready for your heart to just burst. Founded by two parents fed up with fundraising companies taking up to 70% of their kids’ hard-earned money (nuts, right?), Raise Craze takes no more than 10% in fees. And while they operate with many one-time fundraising clients, their bread and butter come from recurring clients they build relationships with over the years. Currently, their roster boasts more than 200 schools scattered across 48 states in the U.S. Raise Craze’s staff consists of just four employees, with Claire the sole person in charge of marketing for the past six years. Yup, you could say she’s been around the block making big things happen with limited resources. Wanna know how an expert like Claire gets it done?