Nonprofits Grew Online Giving, Website Traffic & Social Media Fans in 2013

J Campbell Social Marketing

Monthly website traffic grew by 16% in 2013. Here is a nifty infographic they created for it: The post Nonprofits Grew Online Giving, Website Traffic & Social Media Fans in 2013 appeared first on J Campbell Social Marketing.

How to get tons more traffic for your nonprofit blog

Wild Woman Fundraising

He said that the way he got tons of website visitors and built up his traffic was by commenting on 10 blogs per night. I got tons of traffic and tons of sales when my book came out.

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#FirstWorldProblems? Tablet Traffic Trumps Smartphones

SocialButterfly

What’s your website’s mobile traffic breakdown? . Adobe’s Digital Index reports that websites now get more Web traffic from tablets, than smartphones. All countries saw tablet traffic double this past year (have you?).

A Glow-In-The-Dark Design Solution to Behavior Change

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Read the full story in Wired.co.uk to learn how the system works and how its creators say this is just the beginning to rethinking road and traffic safety through design.

5 Tips For Increasing Traffic to Your Nonprofit’s Website

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I'm not an SEO expert, and I've never played one on TV. But here are some tips I've learning along the way. They'll help raise your nonprofit website's visibility with search engines so that people will find your site much more easily. Figure out what search terms people are currently using to find your site.

1999 vs 2015: The 7 Greatest Transformations in Nonprofit Web Design

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The web has seen multiple updates to HTML and CSS, witnessed the explosion of video, and the meteoric rise in mobile traffic among many other siesmic shifts We’ve come a long way since 1999.

Web Marketing for Fundraisers: Get Found, Get Traffic, Get Ahead

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For more than a decade, Jonathon Colman has designed, developed, and promoted web sites for nonprofits, including The Nature Conservancy and Conservation International.

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How to Drive Traffic to Your Nonprofit Website

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Email: Email is one of the most effective ways to drive traffic to your website. You can also drive traffic to your web site by publishing content in email newsletters of affiliated institutions. Online communities and forums: Another way to drive traffic is to share your information in online communities and message boards related to your cause.

Drive Donors to your Online Donation Page with These Six Marketing Strategies, Part 1

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

The end goal for each outreach instance should be the same, though: to drive more traffic to your online donation page. Each group of donors deserves a different message if you want to drive more traffic to your online donation page. Abby Jarvis.

It’s Today! Google Test Your Website

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Others (like Getting Attention.org , for now) will be penalized in rankings which will cause organic search traffic. Here’s how to keep your website traffic coming in through Google: For most organizations, between 30% and 50% of website traffic comes from mobile devices.

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Using News to drive SEO & traffic

Search Marketing for Nonprofits

Stumbled onto a great webinar I wanted to share: [link]. It has some great tips about items that should be in your online newsroom.

Repurpose Your Content for Consistent Storytelling

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

We immediately saw an increase in traffic. For a few reasons, mostly because I was not able to be constant in my storytelling, the traffic Invisible People generated had taken a slump.

How to Create Enough Good Content (Case Study)

Getting Attention

But since then, we’ve developed loftier goals for our e-news NTEN Connect , transforming it from a chore we had to cross off the monthly to-do list to a blockbuster driver of traffic to our blog. Traffic started to rise and we got lots of compliments on the new format.

Why Visitors Abandon Your Website (And How to Fix It)

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

And most nonprofits do some basic monitoring of web traffic and possibly conversions. Google Analytics and similar software offer a lot of robust functionality for measuring and understanding trends with your traffic. Spencer Brooks. Don’t let your website visitors get away!

One Lesson from the #iGiveLocal “Give Local America” Fiasco

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

One big obvious one is that you need the ability to redirect quickly all the traffic your campaigns have generated elsewhere when your primary page or even your whole site goes down. When the platform failed, they had no easy way to send the traffic elsewhere.

Pinterest Primer for Nonprofits

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That combined with the fact that it now drives more referral traffic than Twitter doesn’t hurt. (It It had already exceeded the referral traffic of Google+, YouTube, and LinkedIn combined!). Flickr: stevegarfield. My name is Gayle Thorsen…and I’m a Pinterest addict.

Should You Feed Your Blog to Facebook?

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

This creates a few interesting questions: What’s been the impact on traffic to the blog? According to Google Analytics, traffic to the blog from Facebook didn’t change much at all. I use Hootsuite to automatically send new blog posts to both Twitter and Facebook.

8 Social Media Trends to Watch Out For in 2016 (Infographic)

J Campbell Social Marketing

What’s on tap in digital marketing for 2016? What do nonprofits need to prioritize? In this infographic from CJG Digital Marketing , 8 social media trends are laid out for us.

5 tips for increasing traffic to your nonprofit’s website

Fundraising Coach

I wish to increase traffic to my web site and since this is unfamiliar territory I thought you could help me with this. Q: Do you know of the best way for my web site www.aidsadvantage.org to come up on search results when people type in the words “Aids, South Africa, Africa”? A: Great question! I’m not an SEO expert, and I’ve never played one on TV. But here are some tips I’ve learning along the way.

Drive Donors to Your Online Donation Page with These Six Marketing Strategies, Part 2

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Use it to effectively drive traffic to your online donation page! You can still drive traffic to your online donation page with these offline outreach strategies. In the past , online revenue has increased by 13% thanks to a 32% jump in monthly giving and a 17% increase in web traffic.

Mobile Friendly Design in Peer to Peer Fundraising Software Increases Donations

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30-40% of the traffic to your Peer to Peer (P2P) fundraising site will come from phone and tablets. Much of this traffic is the result of email referrals by the fundraisers to their friends and family asking for donations on. Bikeathon software Bikeathons Fundraising Tips Mobile Fundraising Online Fundraising Peer to Peer Fundraising Software for Nonprofits Viral Fundraising Walkathon software Walkathons

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3 Metrics Your Nonprofit Should Measure Using Google Analytics

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The picture depicted above shows that an organization located in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, is generating a significant amount of its traffic from outside its city limits. Mobile Traffic Behavior .

Want more planned gifts? Focus on why not how

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Here’s the problem with this is: Planned gift websites don’t get much traffic (rendering them relatively useless). So, absent a solid cultivation marketing plan devised to drive traffic to your PG pages, you won’t yield much in terms of a return on your investment. Today, find out how much traffic your site is really getting. Plus make sure that traffic isn’t the result of you and your staff clicking around.

An Example Of How To Fundraise With Nonprofit Infographics

J Campbell Social Marketing

Blogs that use infographics grow in traffic an average of 12% more than those that do not. photo credit: peddhapati via photopin cc. Infographics are taking the world by storm!

Is Responsive Design the Right Mobile Strategy for Your Nonprofit?

Getting Attention

Don’t assume what your users are doing—really look at your traffic data. Your SEO strategy is very important to your overall web traffic strategy. Thanks to the bloggers at the Ad Council for sharing their expertise here.

How Does Your Nonprofit Compare In the Blogging Economy?

J Campbell Social Marketing

To drive website traffic, email sign ups, social media followers and even donations. Ignitespot, a small business accounting firm, has put together a fantastic infographic on the “blogconomy” – the international obsession with blogging that has spurred the economy.

19 Fantastic Nonprofit Marketing Jobs—Movin’ Up Monday

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Manager, Social Action, TV – Strategic Impact , Publicity Coordinator and Traffic Coordinator , Participant Media (Los Angeles, CA). Please post your open nonprofit marketing position here —for full- or part-time staff, consulting or internship opportunities. New Opportunities.

New Data: Nonprofit Online Marketing and Fundraising Trends in 2015

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

increase in web traffic. Wonder where we get numbers like a typical email open rate for nonprofit e-newsletters , or estimates of how much money you could be raising online? One of those sources is the M+R Benchmarks Study , and the new edition is now available.

Show some donor appreciation!

iMarketSmart

They tell me I need to drive tons of traffic to my website. You should know that lots of people try to tell me how to market MarketSmart. They call me up and tell me I should speak at or sponsor this or that event. They recommend I buy a booth at an expo so I can jump out at people as they walk by. They try to sell me spam lists (also known as email lists). They tell me I need more Twitter followers. And the list goes on. Guess what?

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KICK IT UP A NOTCH: 4 Smart Ways to Boost Your Year-End Online Fundraising

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

The super simple notification bar helps you capture that traffic. You can use it to drive traffic to your donation landing page (or collect email addresses or promote your social channels, but I digress). Image source: https://flic.kr/p/8fVJ1b. p/8fVJ1b. Fundraising goal established.

5 Ways Nonprofits Can Use the New Facebook Changes to Their Advantage

J Campbell Social Marketing

I have a feeling this might be due to reports that Pinterest and Twitter are dramatically increasing website traffic for news organizations and Facebook wants to stay the leader of website traffic referrals.

Straight Talk on the Give Local Crash from a Nonprofit Tech CEO #GiveDayLessons

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

This isn’t to say that a vendor can’t espouse high reliability, and current and prospective customers should inquire into a vendor’s past performance on prior heavy traffic/giving days. What did they expect with all that traffic?”.

Make Blogging a Part of Your Social Media Strategy

J Campbell Social Marketing

Larger nonprofits have been early adopters of blogging , seeing the benefits in increased website traffic, email sign ups, and online donations.

How One Nonprofit Is Raising Thousands Using Facebook

J Campbell Social Marketing

Facebook currently drives 50% of all of the website traffic. a lot of that traffic is generated by our participants, they are out there posting. Using Google tools, Stamer can easily track where web traffic originated (Twitter, Facebook, etc.),

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Brian Clark shares A Surefire Way to Get Constant Traffic to Your Content. Everyone ready to end this week with some Mixed Links? Here’s what I have picked out for you this week… Need help getting started with email campaigns?

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Get more out of your nonprofit’s Facebook page

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

Which sites refer the most traffic to your Facebook page. John Haydon, our favorite Facebook guru, has created a useful video tutorial on how to use the new Facebook Insights reports to understand how your nonprofit’s Facebook outreach is faring.

8 Tips for a Mobile-Friendly Nonprofit Website

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Nonprofits are now reporting that up to a third of their Web traffic is coming from mobile devices. The mobile Web is rapidly becoming a key way to communicate your message to donors; it’s important that your nonprofit website isn’t giving them a bad impression. .

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How Nonprofit Communicators Can Measure Awareness

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Next, look at traffic metrics that bring people to those various opt-in/following opportunities. For example, is your website traffic growing? It’s my least favorite goal for nonprofit communicators: Brand Awareness.

Experts Break Down the Science of Nonprofit Storytelling

EveryAction

Track the metrics you care about (engagement, amount donated, volunteer signups, web traffic, etc), and analyze the results. Getting higher web traffic than you hypothesized? Lately, we've been obsessed with storytelling.

What to Expect from a Nonprofit Press Release

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These news sites will link directly to your press release page which will further increase your overall exposure, search engine rankings, and traffic. Send more traffic to your website.

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