A website is not simply an online presence for your organization. It requires some essential components to engage and encourage your visitors.
When you manage a non-profit, one of the biggest challenges is to engage visitors and, ultimately, gain their support. Every non-profit organization that wants to accomplish its mission should know how to increase credibility and gain more volunteers to support them. But it takes time to build credibility for your organization. Here are some ways to meet this challenge.
Social media has become a powerful tool for both non-profit and charitable organizations. The following blog examines how social media can impact your non-profit organization if managed effectively.
In this episode David explores a question from a Clubhouse listener curious about how their non-profit Facebook page could be more engaging.
Non-profits, NGOs, healthcare, and charitable organizations of all sizes are eager to maintain a strong online presence. If traffic to your website is poor, you’ll miss out on communicating effectively with your target audiences. If you are concerned that your website isn’t getting enough traffic, here is a list of 4 possible reasons.
It’s not enough to have just a website for your organization. There are some fundamental requirements to ensure it is not only serving your needs but also the needs of your visitors. How does your non-profit stack up?