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You’ll find questions to ask, tips to get better proposals and factors to consider when picking the right web design company for your nonprofit (even if it’s not us).
When you’re creating a new website (or updating your nonprofit’s current site), focusing on how to build a sitemap should be one of your first priorities. But before you can actually organize any pages, it helps to know which pages you need to be organizing.
Photos can make a website pop. Icons and infographics are other ways to visually punch up your website, but there’s no better way to convey your nonprofit’s story than through photos.
There’s a better approach to marketing than traditional methods that interrupt people to grab attention. And it’s called “inbound marketing.”
Your nonprofit’s web design should not only look beautiful, but should also drive visitors to take meaningful action to support your cause.
Driving more of the “right people” to your site is the first step of the process in converting them from strangers to supporters.
Once a visitor lands on your site, the next step is to engage them, build a relationship and transform them from a casual visitor to an active supporter.
From our first meeting, the staff at Wired Impact was professional, organized, and prepared to work with us as a team. Hearing our own vision, they helped us achieve it in a timely, efficient manner. Their warmth and approachability resulted in excellent customer service skills, and I would strongly encourage colleagues and also friends to use their services. Wired Impact made the process of building a website actually fun and enjoyable.Christan Perona, Director of Admissions
Central Christian School
We’d love to hear more about your organization and what you’re looking to do.
Sure, nonprofits need a website that looks great and is easy to use, but they also need to inspire website visitors to take action and support their cause. By focusing on nonprofits, we can study what works best in the world of nonprofit website design and help organizations use their websites to connect with supporters and do more good in the communities they serve. For more, check out our nonprofit web design page.
Plus we just love working with nonprofits. We all have histories of working with nonprofits in various capacities prior to joining up at Wired Impact. If you want to know more, you can read a bit more about our team.
In looking around the web, we saw a lot of nonprofits who could be getting a whole lot more out of their web presence. And it gets us really fired up to combine our passion for the nonprofit space with our love of web marketing to help organizations do more of the good stuff they’re already doing. For more, you can read about why we do this.
In our minds, nonprofit website design and marketing is about a whole lot more than just making pretty sites. Sure, your nonprofit’s website has to look great. But it should also be driving towards your goals as an organization. That’s why we always start by discussing your nonprofit’s goals. If you’re interested, you can check out more about our approach to marketing and making websites for nonprofits.