July 2012: Nonprofit Websites

Microsites for Nonprofit Fundraisers

Submitted on Fri, 7/20/2012 - 2:45pm
An online donations page may be the right solution for some organizations, but you may want to consider the additional features that can be included in a full-fledged microsite.
By Kari Ann Kiel – Event Marketing Consulant

10 Steps to a More Effective Nonprofit Website: Part 4

Submitted on Tue, 7/17/2012 - 2:17pm
Websites are tools used to engage, interact with and mobilize your audience – and ultimately, inspire action. Here are tips 8, 9 & 10 on how to make your website more effective.
By Kelley Jarrett – Market Manager

The 10 Step Blog Plan

Submitted on Fri, 7/13/2012 - 2:08pm
So, you're ready to start a blog for your organization (or wondering why people aren't reading your current one)? It helps to have a plan.
By Britt Bravo – Nonprofit Blogger

10 Steps to a More Effective Nonprofit Website: Part 3

Submitted on Fri, 7/13/2012 - 9:38am
Websites are tools used to engage, interact with and mobilize your audience – and ultimately, inspire action. Here are tips 5, 6 & 7 on how to make your website more effective.
By Kelley Jarrett – Market Manager

Some Data on the Importance of Adaptive Web Design

Submitted on Thu, 7/12/2012 - 3:31pm
We suddenly need to reshape, rethink, and redesign our content to work on smartphones, tablets, apps, social channels, eBooks, and more including what's yet to come.
By Jason Samuels – Manager of Information Technology

10 Steps to a More Effective Nonprofit Website: Part 2

Submitted on Wed, 7/11/2012 - 4:29pm
Websites are tools used to engage, interact with and mobilize your audience – and ultimately, inspire action. Here are tips 3 & 4 on how to make your website more effective.
By Kelley Jarrett – Market Manager

Increasing Your Organization’s Internet Presence: SEO Fact & Fiction

Submitted on Wed, 7/11/2012 - 2:40pm
Can you really "optimize" your website for search engines? It helps to separate a few pieces of fact from fiction about search engine optimization and search engines behavior in general.
By Lisa Rau – CEO and Co-Founder

Microsites for Nonprofits: Your Questions Answered

Submitted on Mon, 7/9/2012 - 9:42am
A microsite is a mini-website, generally two to four pages, focused on a specific topic or campaign. If executed the right way, microsites are proven to garner more action.
By Paul Habig – Executive Vice President/Partner