Nate Andorsky

Nate is Co-Founder & COO of Creative Science Labs. He applies his entrepreneurial skills and business acumen to ensure that Creative Science Labs' clients receive top-notch service and products. A self-taught developer, his extensive knowledge of technical solutions allows him to bridge the gap between CSL's internal design/development team and clients. Prior to joining Creative Science Labs Nate was a team member of the Startup America Partnership (launched in support of the White House). He is also a member of the Young Entrepreneurs Council and holds a BA from George Washington University with a concentration in Entrepreneurship.
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Recent Posts

6 Ways Nonprofits Can Increase #GivingTuesday Donations Using Behavioral Economics

 

If you're responsible for nonprofit fundraising, you're continually looking for new and creative ways to engage prospective donors. Increasingly, forward-thinking nonprofits are turning to the field of behavioral economics to motivate donors to action.  Read More...
Posted by Nate Andorsky on Oct 18, 2017 9:13:00 AM

Topics: Non-Profit, Campaign, Fundraising

Is Your Social Impact Organization's Marketing Strategy Failing? How Behavioral Economics Can Help

 

If your social impact organization relies on supporters to give time, money and resources (don’t they all?) you’ve probably wondered how to get people more involved in your cause — not just to be sympathetic, but to be actively invested. If you find it’s hard to motivate people to commit to being involved, it’s not your fault. Blame your marketing. And economics. Read More...
Posted by Nate Andorsky on Sep 7, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Topics: Non-Profit, lead conversion, Fundraising, social media

Taking An Agile Approach to New Year's Resolutions


 

 

Ah, yes! New Year’s Resolutions. Everyone has them and most of us (including myself) often fail to keep them. This year I am trying out a new approach and so far, so good. Read More...
Posted by Nate Andorsky on Jan 11, 2017 11:29:44 AM

Topics: Lessons Learned, Entrepreneur, Problem Solving

Learning To Be Thankful Year Round

 

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Posted by Nate Andorsky on Nov 23, 2016 11:11:03 AM

Topics: Lessons Learned

Save Tigers Now: Establishing An Emotional Connection In Seconds

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Posted by Nate Andorsky on Oct 4, 2016 9:39:59 AM

Topics: Impact, Campaign, lead conversion

Get Your Board on Board with Updating Your Website

 

It's that time of year again -- the fall board meeting. And while you may have the usual agenda of discussing this year's successes and lessons learned and next year's strategy, we hope you're also including a line item about updating your website.   Read More...
Posted by Nate Andorsky on Sep 20, 2016 10:00:00 AM

Topics: Non-Profit, Budget, website redesign

5 Tips to Follow When Writing a Grant for Your Website Project

 

Grant writing is often one of the most dreaded jobs for nonprofit staff, but a successful application can help an organization out with big projects like fully funding new initiatives or research, or small ones like helping to cover the cost of an event. As we increasingly lean toward online activism and fundraising, there are more opportunities than ever to use grants for updating your digital presence, whether it's a new website, a special social media campaign, or an annual report Read More...
Posted by Nate Andorsky on Sep 12, 2016 2:49:05 PM

Topics: Non-Profit, Grants

8 Tools You Need to Make Your Small Nonprofit Look BIG

 

 

We've written before about the challenges nonprofits face trying to accomplish all the things they want with a tight budget, small staff, and limited resources. Clients ask us all the time for specific tools that can help them put their best foot forward online without blowing the budget.  Read More...
Posted by Nate Andorsky on Sep 7, 2016 5:38:25 PM

Topics: Non-Profit, Email Marketing, social media

Why A Responsive Website Is Key to Engaging Your Audience

 

 

With more than 51% of web traffic viewed on mobile devices (and growing), it's a no-brainer to make sure your organization's website is optimized accordingly. People aren't just looking at social media or emails on their phones and tablets anymore -- they're creating sophisticated videos, filling out important forms and paperwork, coding on the go, and of course, taking action on the causes they care about. Read More...
Posted by Nate Andorsky on Sep 6, 2016 10:00:00 AM

Topics: Non-Profit, Site Navigation, CTAs, messaging, mobile-friendly

Why Your Website Is Failing to Convert Leads

 

 

When we talk about lead conversion, we're not just talking about retail sales for businesses. Nonprofits have leads, too, that can convert casually interested individuals looking to do good into highly active supporters and donors. In the same way that companies like Amazon, Zappos, or Apple want people who land on their site to put items in their cart and check out, nonprofits want people who land on their sites to sign petitions, subscribe to email newsletters, become recurring donors, or download advocacy toolkits. Read More...
Posted by Nate Andorsky on Sep 1, 2016 11:19:14 AM

Topics: messaging, lead conversion, lead funnel, mobile-friendly