CATEGORY - Content Marketing

postheadericon 5 Things You Need to Do to Make Sure People Read (and Share) Your Content

I know you’ve probably heard this a million times: Make your text scannable. But I’m not sure everyone is getting the message, as evidenced by the content right now sitting on websites and blogs all over the internet. And we can’t forget about making your text sharable. READ MORE

postheadericon Breaking News – Finding and Creating News for your Website (and visitors)

We Don’t Have Any News?

I will occasionally hear a nonprofit staff person say “we don’t have much that needs to be updated, probably not more than once per quarter, if even that.” READ MORE

postheadericon The Power of Attraction – Getting Traffic to Your Nonprofit Website

I used to get teased for always saying things like “Let’s just slap it up there” implying we should just do it and move on to the next big thing. You could also call it fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants syndrome, and I see it often in the nonprofit world.

postheadericon Want to Get a Donor’s Attention? Show them your accountability.

1. Actually create a Financial Accountability section on your website


postheadericon Just the Facts Ma’am: Using Fact Sheets to Promote Your Nonprofit

Fact sheets are one of the most budget-conscious ways to help a nonprofit build credibility to their constituents. They are quick and easy to put together and can help you showcase your expertise..


postheadericon Peter Picked a Pack of Perfect Polls


Polling with a Purpose
Using polls on your site to add interest and gather interesting data. Many nonprofits don’t think to use polls and /or don’t know what they would poll about.


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