In the nonprofit world, all dimensions of usability are more important than ever. While a good visual design creates a strong impact on potential donors learning about your organization and taking action, looking beyond the visual design creates a broader impact, by considering the user’s experience beyond what they see on the page.
Maintaining your nonprofit’s online presence is crucial if you want to benefit from this rise in online donations. And one of the best things you can do to inspire your donors to give online is to ensure your website is secure.
Most nonprofits today face similar challenges. Among them are acquiring and retaining donors, finding volunteers, promoting brand awareness, competing for scarce resources and engaging the community — all with limited time and often insufficient budgets. For nonprofits willing to embrace technology, online forms can help alleviate at least some of these constraints...
Your nonprofit’s website can make or break your virtual fundraising campaigns.
From raising awareness and support for causes to attracting donors — nonprofit marketing is challenging.
It pays to take a step back to review each new peer-to-peer campaign with fresh eyes.
The user experience of your donation page plays a critical role in driving conversions and revenue.
With monthly giving, it’s all about consistency. It’s about a continued and committed focus. It’s about finding ways to build in a monthly giving ask wherever you possibly can. If you’re sending appeals in the mail and you’ve not already done so, consider adding a simple tick box to your appeal.
A great website can be the key driver in attracting new donors to your nonprofit. Sure, your nonprofit’s website may look the part, but are all the functions working effectively to keep potential donor’s on your website?...
Is your website working for you or against you? Even if your site looks great, that doesn’t mean it’s working effectively. Here are three keys that can help turn your website into a marketing machine that converts visitors into donors...