What is “Targeting Algorithms” ?

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Nonprofits have long faced the challenge of balancing their books when they simultaneously seek to retain existing donors and acquire new donors. Nonprofit targeting of existing donors can be done, in principle, using their past donation data. However, for new donors, such data is either not available or might be difficult to procure from secondary sources. What should the nonprofits do ? We suggest 2 alternatives.

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