If you’re running a non-profit, you know that every donation and volunteer hour makes a difference. And one of the best ways to encourage donations and volunteers is by using Calls to Action (CTAs) on your website, blog, and social media. But what are CTAs, and why are they so important? And that’s what I’m going to be talking about in this podcast episode.
In this episode, we welcome Travis Johnson as a guest! He’s the podcast host for the Nonprofit Architect podcast and he has extensive experience as a board member for foundations and has helped raise over $500.000 and provided seed money for six startup non-profits. He’s an awesome guy and we’re happy to have him discuss how he got into the non-profit world, how he started podcasting, and the value that podcasting can bring to non-profits.
In this episode, I’m going to explain why you should start backing up your website, the different types of website backups, and the best website backup tools to protect you, your organization, and save you time and effort if something should happen.
Want to get your non-profit up and running online? Do you also want to be able to set up a store for people to support your mission? Then Shopify might just be what you’re looking for!
In this week’s episode, we’ll be speaking with Patrick McCarthy, CEO and owner of digifly, an ecommerce agency that focuses on Shopify. We’ll talk all about Shopify and how non-profits can leverage this platform to support their mission!
Digital marketing is a great way to bring new people to your nonprofit organization. Digital marketing can include things like social media marketing, search engine optimization, and content marketing. But there are also some digital marketing mistakes that nonprofits should avoid. If you’re a nonprofit looking to build your online presence, check out this list of digital marketing mistakes that nonprofits should avoid.
In this episode, we have another David as a guest! David Somerfleck is a digital marketing specialist providing digital marketing solutions with over 20 years of experience working for market agencies across North America and 10 years of experience as a certified small business mentor. We’re more than happy to have his insights and thoughts regarding how non-profit’s handle their digital marketing.