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7 Ways to Make a Partners Page that Boosts Supporters

Typically found in the “About Us” section of a nonprofit website, a partners page is a way to acknowledge your collaborators, sponsors and important funders. A partners page also presents an opportunity to build the credibility of your organization by featuring third party endorsements and the impact of working together to get to your goals.

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10 Online Press Room Examples for Nonprofits

Offering an online press room has become a standard part of nonprofit websites. By sharing media resources such as backgrounders, press releases and multimedia files, a press or media page helps your organization quickly respond to media inquiries and provide timely and accurate information.

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Get Reporter-Ready with our Press Page Checklist

Does your nonprofit website tell journalists that you’re ready for prime time? In today’s media world, reporters are under a lot of pressure to find and publish stories on tight deadlines and limited resources. If anyone could relate to that, it’s nonprofit marketers like you! Let’s make it easy for both the media and your…

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5 Content Rules to Follow for Effective Nonprofit Websites

Even if you feel like you’ve hit your content marketing stride, it’s important to pause and take stock every now and again. Being a great marketer goes beyond writing well about your organization. According to our content rules, it also means you’re crafting new content regularly, making sure it adds value for your audience, and…

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How to Use Memes on Your Nonprofit Blog

If you’ve spent more than an hour on the Internet in your lifetime, there’s a good chance you’ve seen a meme. Those silly photos or illustrations with a short snippet of text, often dripping with sarcasm and littering your social media feeds – those are memes. Younger supporters love them, and they’ll add a touch…

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How to Achieve Consistency in Writing

When you have content in lots of different places, it can be a challenge to maintain consistency in writing. But, it’s a necessary challenge. A writing voice that varies from medium to medium, or even from page to page, can appear jarring and unprofessional to readers. And nobody wants that!

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A 7-Point Blog Post Checklist Before You Publish

Brainstorming, outlining, drafting, optimizing, editing. Writing a blog can be an intensive, time-consuming process. By the time you’re done, you should (rightfully) feel relieved and accomplished. But before you take that victory lap, there are some important, last-minute things to check off before you publish your post.

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5 Content Questions to Ask Before a Website Redesign

Keeping content at the forefront of your website project should be the rule rather than the exception. Content strategy isn’t just a lift-and-shift, copy and paste job from the old site to the new one. If the entire site is getting a face lift, the words on the website should get just as much attention…

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