Digital First Impressions: Your Nonprofit’s Homepage

Your homepage is the face of your nonprofit. While marketing appeals will likely be supporters’ first impression of your nonprofit, your homepage tells supporters everything they need to know about your nonprofit (whether it’s intentional or not). To improve visitors’ experience on your homepage, learn how to build and maintain an accessible homepage with a

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After the Ask: Understanding Nonprofit Payment Processing

Your organization has just made a compelling fundraising ask to your potential donors. Now that one of the hardest parts is over, what are the next steps you should take? There are a few practices your team should put into use to make sure your donors’ journey is as simple and straightforward as possible. Providing

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How to Move Facebook Followers to Your Nonprofit Email List

Facebook is a powerful marketing tool for small nonprofits, but the real gold is in a robust nonprofit email list. You might be surprised to learn that email is a more reliable way to reach your supporters and build relationships with them. Facebook has its merits, but it might show your organic content —

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20+ Nonprofit Tools You Need to Get Your New Nonprofit Up and Running

Building an organization from the ground up is a challenge, but with the right nonprofit tools, the heavy lifting gets easier. There are SO MANY nonprofit tools out there, all promising to make your work easier as you grow your new nonprofit. The key is to find the right tool for the right task. 

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We’re not selling t-shirts

Fundraising isn’t just about raising money one time. If it were, we could sell t-shirts. Fundraising is about connecting values – the values of donors with the values of your cause. Sure, there are times when we just need the transactional. We need to pay the bills. But when all we do is transactional, we

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Analyzing Budgets and Saving Money at a Nonprofit

A penny saved is a penny earned. Organizations are always making miracles happen on tight budgets. So, it’s hard to imagine cutting additional costs at a nonprofit.. The best leaders understand two things must happen to sustain a nonprofit: SAVING money and RAISING money. Afterall, nonprofit is your tax status, it shouldn’t be your business model.

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How to Convert Your Nonprofit Website Visitor into a Donor

Every nonprofit website visitor is a potential donor. And we all want more donors, right? By telling the right stories in the right way, you can lure visitors to your donation page and inspire them to give. But it’s not as easy as it sounds. The challenge is grabbing your visitor’s attention. You don’t

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Nonprofit Fundraising Videos Inspire More Giving

Nonprofit fundraising videos bring your organization’s work to life in a way that written stories just can’t. Videos show as well as tell. They speak to supporters with authenticity and display your story in a way that easily grabs the viewer’s heart. In short, videos make an impression. Nonprofit fundraising videos help you raise

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