Nonprofit Website Design

Nonprofit Websites: The Ultimate Guide to Building Your Dream Site

From a Nonprofit Partner

You made the process as painless as possible. You spoke at our level, you didn't make us feel ignorant when we asked what had to be incredibly dumb questions. But most impressive and important to us was your personal attention and how important you made our cause feel. We truly felt your commitment to our mission and to helping us communicate that mission in an easy-to-follow way to our donors. See more testimonials

Powerful Websites. Empowered Nonprofits.

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Our clients are mission-driven organizations that want to get more out of their websites and digital marketing. See their nonprofit web designs in action.

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Make a website that works as hard as you do.

Nonprofit website design should mean more than building a slick online brochure. Our team works with each client to make sure you see tangible outcomes from your website:

Boosting Fundraising
Increasing Volunteerism
Driving Membership
Serving Your Community

From a Nonprofit Partner

I can’t say enough about the positive experience and results I’ve enjoyed working with Wired Impact. If you’re seeking to start a nonprofit—then by all means—you need to hire a gifted and reputable company that specializes in designing dynamic websites for nonprofits. The team at Wired Impact is this and much more. See more testimonials

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10 Nonprofit Marketing Strategy Mistakes to Avoid

Having a strategy for anything is great. It helps us achieve more of our goals and prioritize projects that matter most. But for marketing, a strategy can be the difference between success and utter frustration. A good marketing strategy needs certain checks and balances that connect it to your overall organizational goals.

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Twitter for Advocacy: How to Shape Your Strategy

As your marketing program matures, you’ll find that you use social media channels differently based on your strategy and target audiences. This is especially true for nonprofits developing advocacy campaigns. Using Twitter for advocacy presents a lot of opportunities as long as you have a plan in place to make the most of the channel…

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