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Nonprofit Websites: The Ultimate Guide to Building Your Dream Site

From a Nonprofit Partner

Wired Impact was so great to work with throughout this process! We are very proud of the quality services we provide to the community and we needed a partner who is also top quality to share their expertise with us. Wired Impact was a perfect fit for us! 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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How to Use the Yoast SEO Plugin to Get More Traffic

Is your nonprofit’s website showing up in related searches about your organization and mission? Optimizing website content for search can increase your odds of appearing in the results pages of those searches you care most about. Search engine optimization (SEO) has the potential to increase traffic to your site from those already interested in or…

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Internal Communications: What’s the Role of a Nonprofit Marketer?

Unlike the marketing you do to raise the public profile of your nonprofit, internal communications are all about engaging and educating colleagues within your organization. And even though the audience is different, many of the same principles and tools apply. Does this mean that nonprofit marketers should play a leading role?

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