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3 Tips for Writing About Your Nonprofit

Posted by Ethan Kotel on Apr 20, 2017 7:00:00 AM

How to Write Effective Copy

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If your job is to write, you are a writer. This may seem obvious at first, but it is with alarming frequency that I meet people who, although they make their living writing and publishing content, do not view themselves as a writer. While there’s nothing wrong with this, and writing certainly isn’t everyone’s strong suit, framing your copy around how to write effectively will make a massive difference in the efficacy of your communications.

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Topics: nonprofit, Strategies and Tactics, Fundraising Ideas, Mobile Engagement, Fundraising, SEO, Writing

Nonprofit Web Design: 7 Essential Elements for Your Site

Posted by Jeff Gordy on Apr 6, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Building a Fantastic Website

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Editor's Note: This article is brought to you by Jeff Gordy from NeonCRM. Jeff is, quite frankly, an expert on this stuff, and we are so grateful for his addition to our blog! Check out Neon for all of your CRM needs!

 

In the age of the internet, there are few things as off-putting as a bad website.

 

Now, “bad” can translate into a lot of things—from non-functioning to unintuitive to just plain unattractive.

 

While a bad website can encompass a lot of elements, a good website, on the other hand, generally includes a number of pretty standard components.

 

Here, we’ll walk through 7 nonprofit web design must-haves that can turn any bad website into a compelling, engaging experience for visitors, including:

 

  1. CRM Integration
  2. Simple Design
  3. Easy-to-Use Navigation
  4. Consistent Branding
  5. Clear Donation Options
  6. Mobile-Responsiveness
  7. Donor-Centric Content

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Topics: nonprofit, Mobile Engagement, Fundraising, web design, SEO

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