A fine-tuned lead generation program
Many Catholic religious communities ask, “What are we going to do to find young Catholic women who will consider religious life?
Or, “How will our community survive if we do not find new sisters to replace us?”
Similar questions could be asked by any nonprofit or business.
Worry no more.
We at TreeFrogClick recently captured the names of 120 young women who responded to a quiz asking whether they might be called to religious life. Of the 120, 25 said they would be interested in coming to an upcoming retreat.
The women, age 18-25, came from all walks of life, and from all over the country. They answered a short survey and made various comments about their interest in religious life.
We did this by sending ads, such as the one shown here, to our list of young single women who tend to be devout Catholics. Our proprietary list of devout Catholics uses Facebook’s unique targeting method. Our method has been sharpened and honed for more than three years to come up with the best religious candidates. We know of no one else in the country who has a method that is successful as this one.
The names of the young ladies and their answers to the quiz were sent immediately to the vocation director as they came in. She then called or emailed them, giving them more details and confirming their intent to come.
We found out some interesting facts, too, from the survey. For example, how many do you think said that the vows of poverty, chastity and obedience were OK with them? To find out, click,
A winning method for any nonprofit or business
The use of an interest or aptitude survey can be used for any nonprofit or business. In the business world this is called lead generation. Think of an ad that says, “Do you know the five benefits of having a financial plan for your family? Take our quiz and find out.”