By making your website accessible, you show your users that each of them is important to you. If increasing trust with your visitors isn’t reason enough, then consider instead that you may face legal consequences if your website is not accessible.
It’s Giving Tuesday today! After the shopping mania of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, it’s time to re-center our thoughts on what’s really important to us. Non-profit organizations help make our world a better place, and we’re glad to work with so many every day.
Giving Tuesday is December 3rd this year. Following up Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Giving Tuesday takes a different turn as it starts off the holiday giving season. Make sure your organization is ready.
Email lists of clients, potential clients, donors, or other contacts are important to a business or organization. The higher the number on an organization’s email campaign list, the more it feels like they are meeting goals and reaching their audience. But you should clean out your email list on a regular basis to be sure you are talking to an audience who wants to hear what you have to say.
Are you a small organization on a budget, or maybe a one-man or one-woman show? Afraid you can’t afford a custom-built website solution? Here are website options for organizations on a budget.
Now that your non-profit website is live and up to date, you may be wondering how you can get more people to it. Leveraging social media can help you drive traffic to your site and increase your brand’s influence.
In this part of our websites for non-profits series, we’ll go over some “behind the scenes” things you need to consider as you build your non-profit organization’s website, namely: Security, SEO, and Accessibility.
In this part of the series, we’ll review some essential tools for non-profits to use on their websites, as well as some associated tools to help your organization manage its contacts and donations.
Google has a robust solution for email, calendar, documents and more – and all for FREE for non-profit organizations. Learn how your organization can take advantage of this offer.
There’s no one-size-fits-all answer for where to build and host your organization’s website. The decision should ultimately be based on your organization’s goals for your website, your budget, and the resources you have for maintaining your site. Here are the major options and the pros and cons of each.