7 Elements Your Nonprofit Website Homepage Needs to Have

 

Nonprofit websites serve an important purpose: they drive donations and encourage people to get involved with your cause. As such, they need to feature the structure and elements that make people want to engage and give.

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Posted by Allison Carpenter on Apr 5, 2018 12:48:37 PM

Topics: Non-Profit, Site Navigation, website redesign, mobile-friendly

5 Must-Do SEO Optimizations for Your Nonprofit Website

 

If you’ve been avoiding SEO like the plague, you’re not alone.

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Posted by Allison Carpenter on Mar 21, 2018 2:31:31 PM

Topics: Non-Profit, mobile-friendly

4 Mobile-First Website Design Tips for Nonprofits

 

In recent years, mobile-friendly websites have become everything on the web.

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Posted by Allison Carpenter on Mar 16, 2018 10:50:10 AM

Topics: Non-Profit, mobile-friendly

Why Mobile-Friendly Web Design Should Matter to Your Nonprofit

 

Is your nonprofit focusing on mobile design? If not, you could be missing out on a huge portion of customers and revenue.

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Posted by Allison Carpenter on Mar 7, 2018 8:00:00 AM

Topics: Non-Profit, mobile-friendly

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