Do you want to redesign your non-profit website or create a site for your new organization?
If so, you need to start with a plan. A well-planned redesign will help you reach your goals for improved engagement and more donations. But without the right tools, it can be difficult to know where to start.
Unbiased feedback is imperative for the growth of any organization and non-profits are no exception. Receiving feedback after an event is imperative to determine the success of the event and how you can improve for future events.
Non-profits are a force for good in our communities. Whether it’s educating kids about the importance of healthy eating or providing shelter to those in need, non-profit organizations make it possible. One of the biggest challenges these organizations face is building awareness and increasing their reach. Luckily, with the power of digital marketing, it’s never been easier to get the word out about your organization and attract new supporters.
Digitally enabled business and organization models have radically changed the world around us over the past decade, and the health care industry is no exception. In order to successfully engage with patients, in the background of the COVID-19 pandemic, this year as well as its long-term effects in the future, health care organizations have witnessed the value of disruptive digital service models for the industry.
Non-profits, charities, foundations and NGOs are businesses too. And like any business, they need to find ways to raise funds, grow their network of supporters, and stay relevant in the world. In order to do this, many non-profits have turned to psychographics.
A logo helps to identify your non-profit and charity – whether it’s a product or service – and is an essential part of your brand. Look around and you’ll see a variety of logos featuring different colors, shapes, symbols, fonts, etc., but not all stand out. Why? What does a memorable logo look like?