Search engine optimization, or SEO, involves making changes to a website’s design or content in order to attract more organic search traffic. Strategic and consistent use of SEO builds your website’s credibility and authority, giving the website a better chance of ranking high in search results. More organic search traffic means that a nonprofit’s mission, stories, and goals will be on display for more potential donors, volunteers, and advocates.
There are many channels available to nonprofits to communicate and interact with their supporters. It is important to tell your nonprofit’s story through different platforms in order to connect with supporters whose donations habits vary. YouTube is a channel that takes some time to establish, but once up and running it can be of huge benefit to nonprofits and charity organizations. Whether you are looking to expand your nonprofit’s advocate and donor base, market for an upcoming fundraiser, or keep supporters engaged and inspired, YouTube has a lot to offer.
As consumers, we have the final say over what ends up on store shelves because we control the demand. Practicing conscious consumerism means choosing brands that place importance on conserving the Earth and protecting people, instead of simply making a profit.
At Donor360, we connect donors to causes that matter through our innovative, ethical eShops. Recently, we added upgrades to our eShops based on feedback from our customers. These upgrades give fundraisers more control over the look and feel of their eShops. If your organization has been searching for new nonprofit fundraising ideas, there has never been a better time to start a Donor360 eShop.
Online fundraisers for nonprofits are a popular way to raise money for causes, but it can be hard to know where and how to share fundraiser pages to attract attention. It's disheartening to start a fundraiser, only to have it fall short of its goal.
How do you get people excited about donating? With so many things going on online, how can you get attention for your fundraiser?