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Anatomy of a great nonprofit website

Anatomy of a great nonprofit website

You have solidified a rockstar fundraising team and all the key players are in place to build up your nonprofit’s financial needs but what about the tools that you’ll use to support those needs? Enter your website. Your website acts as the face of your organization just as much as the people in it. It […]

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Webinar replay – 10 steps to online fundraising success

Webinar replay – 10 steps to online fundraising success

Join Ronald Pruitt of 4aGoodCause below in a replay of a recent webinar to learn actionable steps a small-to-midsize nonprofit can take to better engage potential online donors and raise more money online. In this webinar Ronald will guide you through: How to make your website donor-friendly Core components of a great fundraising email Building […]

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How to get your nonprofit website into shape

How to get your nonprofit website into shape

Getting anything (or anyone) into shape is never easy, so we’re going to just focus on one aspect of your business that matters a lot: your website. After all, it is the lens through which people receive their first impression of your organization. Though summer months can be slow for nonprofits, overhauling your website before […]

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9 nonprofit web design best practices

9 nonprofit web design best practices

Web design is crucial for nonprofits as many supporters use what they see online as a basis for how much they will or will not give. Interactive, innovative designs translate into supporter engagement and more online donations. Looking to improve your nonprofit website? Here are our 9 best practices for nonprofit web design: Be mobile-friendly Create […]

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How nonprofits can use Google Analytics to gain constituent insight

How nonprofits can use Google Analytics to gain constituent insight

As a person working at a nonprofit, you probably track success based on how close you are to meeting your goals for the year based on the amount of donations received, the number of people signed up for your newsletter and engagement on your social channels. But do you know and utilize the ways you can track […]

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Quality content: The key to better web traffic

Quality content: The key to better web traffic

It seems obvious to say that the more traffic a nonprofit’s website has, the more donations they are likely receiving. However, many nonprofits make the mistake of believing paid advertising, a presence on social media or simply an email newsletter with monthly updates is enough to drive traffic to their site. If these organizations spent more time creating quality content to share on their social channels and e-newsletters, potential donors receiving these digital messages would become more interested and engaged in the charity.

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How to build an effective Ways to Give page

How to build an effective Ways to Give page

Have you ever considered adding a Ways to Give page to your nonprofit website? You likely have a variety of activities or opportunities for your donors to support your nonprofit, but have you clearly listed all these options out? The purpose of the Ways to Give page is to create a portal into the different channels your donors can […]

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Is your website helping or hurting your fundraising?

Is your website helping or hurting your fundraising?

Your nonprofit website is a big part of how your organization is reaching and communicating with donors. Websites do not just sit on a server, they are action-oriented—persuading and converting old and new donors to give. If your website is not compelling or easy to navigate, you might be losing visitors. Two website usability issues—content […]

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What is a “microsite” and does my nonprofit need one?

What is a “microsite” and does my nonprofit need one?

What is a microsite? Let’s jump right into this post. A microsite can be described as an individual web page or a small cluster of pages function as a separate entity either within or to complement an existing website. The content is usually branded with a company’s name and logo but lives outside of that company homepage […]

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It’s time to evaluate your website success

It’s time to evaluate your website success

For some, the word audit sparks anxiety—many people think of an IRS audit when financial information is examined to ensure information is being reported correctly and to verify the amount of tax reported is correct. While most audits are typically meant to evaluate a system and determine weaknesses, not all of these check-ups have to […]

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