Red Apple Auctions’ blog makes Feedspot’s Top 25 Auction Blogs list

In April during the busiest part of my travel season, I received an email from the company Feedspot. “I would like to personally congratulate you,” the email began, “Your blog at Red Apple Auctions has been selected by our panelists as one of the Top 25 Auction Blogs on the web.” Woohoo!  The Red AppleRead On >

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Last Minute Ideas to Raise More at Your Nonprofit Fundraising Event

Spring nonprofit fundraising event season is in full swing. I’ve received invitations to wine tastings, silent auctions, breakfast, lunch and dinner events, golf events and even non-event events. You name the type of fundraising event we’re all being invited to them. Whether you are in the final push before your annual fundraising event or planning […]

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Skip the Nonprofit Silent Auction. Put your Focus on Fund a Need

This week I’m honored to share a guest post by benefit auctioneer Sherry Truhlar, who will be our guest speaker for the January 21st Ignited Fundraising Community webinar, Fund-A-Need Secrets to Thousands of Dollars. Register here to join us. As a benefit auctioneer, I oversaw 54 nonprofit fundraising events last year. Six of them had […]

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Anatomy of a live item sale: selling Taylor Swift tickets

School auctions are typically noisy, rambunctious affairs.  The parents know each other.  Many are close friends because of their children’s ties.  And because they socialize together outside of school, the auction itself is just another party. I love school auctions, but they can be demanding on an auctioneer.  School auctions are like house parties, giving« Continue Reading »

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[VIDEO] Anatomy of a live item sale: selling Taylor Swift tickets

School auctions are typically noisy, rambunctious affairs.  The parents know each other.  Many are close friends because of their children’s ties.  And because they socialize together outside of school, the auction itself is just another party. I love school auctions, but they can be demanding on an auctioneer.  School auctions are like house parties, giving« Continue Reading »

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