If you’re a non-profit or charity, maintaining a strong online presence is now mandatory. It’s necessary to build and run a professional website for your organization in order to build credibility. To ensure your website is effective and helps you achieve your mission and goals, it should have what your visitors expect. Below are some of the most important things your visitors expect from your website.
021 – How to Measure Your Non-Profit’s Success on Facebook: The Metrics That Matter!
So you use social media every day, but don’t know if it’s worth all the time? Well, you’re not alone. It’s hard to know what social media success looks like.
Non-profit communicators and marketers have been using social media for years to grow their organizations’ audiences and volunteers, increase donations, and even spread their missions
6 Tips to Get Your Donation Page Ready for Giving Tuesday 2021
As you may be already aware, Giving Tuesday is another term for Global Day of Giving. It falls on the Tuesday that comes right after Black Friday and Cyber Monday – and this year, it’s on November 30, 2021.
Should your non-profit avoid DIY digital marketing?
Digital marketing is essential for any organization or individual who wishes to have a strong online presence. Without a cohesive digital marketing strategy, your organization will miss out on potential donors and lack a unified voice in the noisy marketplace.
019 – How To Design A Donation Form That Gets Results
If you’ve ever tried to donate to a charity or foundation in the past, you’ll know that the donation form is often one of the most frustrating parts of the process. It can be hard to find your information, it might not let you use a credit card, or it might ask for too many details. If you make things too difficult for your donors, they may get frustrated and never want to donate again.
Is it time for your non-profit website to be redesigned?
When was the last time you gave a revamp to your website? If your answer is yes to any of the following, now is the time to make some changes…