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It’s Today! Google Test Your Website

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If your website isn’t responsive or optimized for mobile devices, you should be worried. Thanks to guest blogger Jen Boland, of Beaconfire.

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How Great Website Design Drives Connection & Action

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Thanks to guest blogger Alex McLain, who designs engaging websites for nonprofits as a member of the Wired Impact team. Creating a new website for your nonprofit is a mind-boggling task. Here are 10 ways great visual design drives website impact : 1. I know what you’re thinking, “How can a website make a first impression?

You HAVE Your Killer App: Your Website

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But by now, for many of us, the role of social media has been moved back to the infield, with your website sticking hard at home base.

5 Warning Signs Your Nonprofit Website Stinks

Wild Woman Fundraising

Are you not getting enough donations or volunteers signing up through your website? Are you worried your nonprofit website could be better?

3 Powerful Tools to Help You Optimize Your Nonprofit Website

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Want to make your website better? Or, you can refine and test your own website. What tools do you use to optimize your website?

Writing a Donor-Centered Website [This Week]

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

You can’t just add a “Donate” button to your nonprofit’s website and expect it to be successful. 1:00 p.m. Pacific).

Website Content for Homeless People?

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

He says most of those websites are donor-centric or all about the organization itself. ” Forget the computer with wired Internet access.

8 Tips for a Mobile-Friendly Nonprofit Website

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Try these best practices to help optimize your nonprofit website for mobile use and make your pages smartphone friendly: 1. Make it snappy.

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Make Your Nonprofit Website an Email Capturing Machine

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Guest blogger Yesenia Sotelo founded Smart Cause Digital where she builds and grows smart websites. Take these three steps to turn your organization’s website into an email-capturing machine… Is your nonprofit interested in any of these email-friendly goals… Raise money. Email is dead. Email is dead! Footer. Homepage.

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Improve your nonprofit website by moving down the ladder

Wild Woman Fundraising

But you have to give them something to do on your website aside from listing your email address. websiteThat is most people. in Georgia?

Re-designing your nonprofit website and other things that are sent to try us

Wild Woman Fundraising

Have you ever tried to redesign your nonprofit website? Here’s a quick checklist of things you need to get clear on before you redesign your nonprofit website, straight from the book, “Don’t Make Me Think&# by Paul Krug. Does this website make us look attractive to donors, funders and the community? Oh man.

10 Amazing Nonprofit Websites

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

A few weeks ago I shared tips for assessing whether or not a visitor would consider your nonprofit’s website open for business. What are your favorite examples of nonprofit website excellence This week, I wanted to share some examples of nonprofits who are getting it right. These examples all include: Clean, uncluttered design.

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

J Campbell Social Marketing

Monthly website traffic grew by 16% in 2013. It’s that time of year again – the M+R and NTEN annual Nonprofit Benchmarks Study !

Fundraisers … Grade Your Website

The Agitator

So when it comes to websites, I focus on content and engagement yields. So when I saw this pitch from Hubspot to run a website through their ‘Website Grader’ , I was intrigued. I confess. I’m no techie. My sweet spot is more in analyzing data and issues. I ran The Agitator through. Moments later we.

Writing a Donor Centered Website

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

You can’t just add a “Donate” button to your nonprofit’s website and expect it to be successful.

10 Tips to Improve Your Nonprofit Website

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Here are just a few tips on making your website more effective: 1. Include social sharing links on every page of your nonprofit website. Look at your website from the visitor''s perspective. If you were a first-time visitor to your website, would you understand the mission of your organization? Connect to your blog.

Is your charity website ready for Mobilegeddon?

Giving in a Digital World

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Extreme Website Makeover: From Ick to Slick!

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Most nonprofit websites are still at the “before” stage. I’ll confess it right here: I love a good makeover show. Great job, Project Hope!

Redesigning your website? Read this.

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

Last week I shared several ways to get your nonprofit’s website ready for year-end fundraising. Can’t see the infographic?

Is Your Nonprofit's Website Driving Donors Away?

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I''ve got a few questions to run by you to figure out if your nonprofit''s website is doing all it can to bring in donations. This is a test.

Is your nonprofit website open for business?

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

Is your nonprofit website sending the right message to potential donors? It’s time for your nonprofit website to move on to better things.

Clearer Content is THE Priority for Nonprofit Website Success: Part One

Getting Attention

There’s nothing more important than ensuring your website – your organization’s homebase online — is easy-to-use (a.k.a.

3 New Year's Resolutions for Your Nonprofit Website

EveryAction

why not make some resolutions around your website? The new year is a perfect time to make some changes. right?),

Inspiration for your Nonprofit Website Design

EveryAction

Let me ask you a question: How does your organization''s website look? Happy with it

Picture Perfect: 8 Free Stock Photography Websites for Nonprofits

EveryAction

Stock photos are a problem.

Should your planned giving website include a calculator page?

iMarketSmart

Sometimes our new clients get all jazzed about having a calculator on their planned giving website. What do you think? Related Post.

How You Can Revise Your Website, Raise Your Gifts 30%

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

We've Moved! Update your Reader Now. We've Moved! Update your Reader Now.

New report: Who is giving through your charity’s website?

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

The Growing Importance of Charity Websites to Philanthropy is a three year summary of who is giving through charity websites and why.

Are Print, Email, Website and Social Media Equally Time Consuming?

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

This chart shows a weighted average where 2 is “a limited amount of time” and 3 is a “moderate amount of time.”

Managing Content on the National Wildlife Federation’s Website

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Ever wonder how national nonprofits with hundreds of staff manage all that content on their websites? IFRAME Embed for Youtube. Great!

6 Ways Nonprofits Are Getting Online Fundraising All Wrong

J Campbell Social Marketing

2) Online fundraising does not work if your website sucks. Showcase your impact and tell your story front and center on your website.

Creating Website Content: What Do Your Visitors Really Want?

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Your website is out there for all to see. So how can you create website content that all kinds of potential visitors will find interesting and engaging? To keep it simple, let’s group your website visitors into three categories: Strangers: People who know nothing about you. What do they want to see on your website?

The 5 Most Dangerous Donation Page Mistakes & How You Can Fix Them

Wild Woman Fundraising

At the convention, I shared some tips and tools I’ve found useful when helping people click donate on your nonprofit website. the need.

Proof Point #1 — Prioritize Websites & Email

Getting Attention

Today’s Proof Point: Your website(s) and email marketing are the most important communications channels you have.

5 Principles for a More Effective Nonprofit Website

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Your website is a critical resource for engaging with three important audiences: All of your constituents, including volunteers, alumni, members and advocacy supporters. Whether you plan a total redesign or just a few tweaks, a few simple changes to your website can make a big difference in how people perceive and interact with your cause.

Craft a Positive “Page Not Found” Experience

Getting Attention

Follow my “Nonprofit Website Error Pages” Board on Pinterest. 404 error page). Flip Frustration to Satisfaction. 5) Make Them Laugh.

What do the best nonprofit websites look like?

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

I often get asked for examples of beautiful nonprofit websites. Check out these inspiring examples here.

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Hidden Donor Frustration Experiences On Your Website

The Agitator

In a post titled Is Your. Donor retention / loyalty / commitment Online fundraising and marketing premium

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How To Manage Your Small Nonprofit Website

Social Media Bird Brain

Image via City Learning Centre, Wolverhampton, UK One of your first acquisitions - maybe before you get your 501(c)(3) even - is a website. It's possible that some people may think that in these days of social media networks, a website is less important than before. redesign process social media website Small nonprofit Social network

49 things you might want to include in your planned giving website — SmartGiftmaker’s super-secret internal content checklist

iMarketSmart

If you need help trying to decide what to put on your planned giving website, here’s our in-house content guide and checklist. Print tool.