Amplify personal touch to extend the value of your contributions

A constant challenge for charities, professional associations, and trade-unions is recruiting benefactors and new members, improving participation and retention, and increasing fund raising and non-dues revenue generation.  The solution to these challenges, it is commonly agreed, is personal touch.  But how can non-profits extend their personal touch and effectively address these issues?

What if your organization could amplify its own patrons' "personal touch" and extend their out-reach on behalf of the organization by helping them leverage their own passion, expertise, and talent?  Would that help generate greater public awareness for your own organization?

Imagine the amount of "personal touch" that would be multiplied when your organization's loyal benefactors and members become content-contributors, licensing their publications to showcase their knowledge, expertise, and experience.  Not only would your benefactors and members strengthen their relationships to those searching for the skills, knowledge, and the mastery they offer, but they would greatly magnify your own organization's public image as well.

In short time, their word-of-mouth buzz will amplify the ability of your organization to:

  • acquire new patrons and members;
  • improve patron and member retention; and
  • expand your revenue generating capabilities.

You Empower Publishing Choice & Independence

eBook Distribution

Creating awareness and capturing interest in your works is difficult on the Internet.  Micro-licensing extends publishing success beyond eReaders, tablets and phones.

Article Reprints

Increase advertising reach, better understand readers' profiles and amplify your reading audience.  Open new revenue channels with secure article reprints.

Specialty Publishing

Digital distribution should not preclude physical consumption.  The Internet's vast reach and immense revenue opportunities can be safely leverage by you too.

Scholastic Journals

Leverage micro-licensing to cost effectively afford access to research and other scholarly literature.  Advance the value of learning, discovery, and innovation.