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.
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.
Although social media platforms were initially introduced to connect individuals, things have changed. In fact, social media is considered to be one of the most effective tools used for digital marketing. As a non-profit or charity, you should be using the same tools to establish your online presence and engage your audience.
Every penny counts, and you want to make sure that you’re getting the best value for your dollar.
The way I like to think about it is, if you are going to hire a web designer, developer or agency to support you, you’ll want to make sure that it’s the right one for the platform you would like to use.
In today’s podcast episode, I’m talking about the backend side of websites that few people think about. We’re going to dive into the server, and why it’s crucial that your website is hosted on a reliable platform that’s easy to manage.
If you’re looking for a web hosting service, you may think that the most important factor to consider is cost. It is true that selecting a service based on price is appealing. However, if you make the decisions based solely on price, it’s risky.