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
Non-profit organizations need to be conscious of their digital presence and take steps to ensure that their websites are fully accessible for everyone, including those with disabilities. In today’s episode, you will learn how to make your non-profit website more accessible, and why it matters.
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.
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.
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.
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.