Giving Tuesday 2019 (#GivingTuesday) is on December 3, 2019. So now may be your best time to really prepare for Giving Tuesday… you know, before crunch time comes.
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WordPress is the go-to content management system platform for your nonprofit organization. Its user-friendly interface will inspire you to develop your nonprofit marketing to its full potential.
From free stock images that will blow your mind, to no-fee video editing app. Here’s the 2019 list of free website tools for nonprofits.
Usually the most difficult part of SEO is trying to gauge what is, not only the most intuitive keyword phrase to use, but which keywords that are actually searched in Google and other search engines.
Your website is, or will be, the main spokes-mechanism for your nonprofit charitable organization. It is your virtual, 24/7, open house event to what it is you do and do it for. We can help you get it done right.
A Nonprofit professional’s advice to working at-home and disciplining yourself in your new, alternative, work environment. Practical advice for working remotely.
For a limited time only, Dot Org Web Works will provide your qualifying nonprofit organization with three months of our Quick Fix website maintenance/upkeep plan when you select DOWW to make-over your current website, or develop your first website!*
Turn Unused Reward Miles Points into Donations Giving Tuesday 2018 (#GivingTuesday) just came out with a new guide: “How to Donate Unused reward Miles Points!” This guide outlines the donation process while including the airline miles charities accept to help readers consider where their miles can be used to change someone’s life. Nearly one-third of […]
According to Google, staring in July 2018 (though it has not yet happened), in their next browser release (Chrome 68), a website that is not secure–does not have an SSL certificate integrated into it (thus producing the prefix “HTTPS” instead of the usual “HTTP”), will get a “not secure” message at the lead of the URL. In other words, they will be warning your website visitors that your website is not secure. That is, if you have not already taken the corrective measures.
There may be no better instrument for your fundraising tool box than the delivery of a good story. More specifically, a client story/profile: one that will both captivates the human drama that is the reason for your charitable nonprofit organization’s existence, and that will also showcase the giving opportunity. And then, afterwards, the results: the “product” of one’s investment into the organization. What’s more, such stories/profiles help your SEO.
The intelligent way to get your cause and services noticed is to use website design professionals who are also nonprofit professionals.