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10 Types of Stories For Nonprofits Just Starting Out

It might not feel like it, but starting out as a new nonprofit does have some advantages, even when it comes to storytelling. While you probably can’t tell the types of stories that a more established organization can, like those about the impact you’ve had in the community, there are inspiring tales to be told…

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Best Practices for Nonprofit Service and Program Pages

Offering programs and services are the key ways that many nonprofits advance their causes. If this describes your organization, the related pages on your nonprofit website are especially important to explain the connection to your mission and encourage new participants to get involved in a program and make use of your services.

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How to Reuse Your Nonprofit Annual Report to Reach More People

Showing gratitude and recognizing supporters is a year-round process for many organizations. From donor acknowledgement letters to special events, saying “thanks” takes many forms, including your nonprofit annual report. To help you get more mileage out of your annual report throughout the months ahead, consider our five tips for repurposing your content.

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Thank You for Donating
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Creating a Stellar Thank You for Donating Page

Nonprofit fundraisers know how important it is to nurture relationships with donors. So when a visitor makes a donation on your website, what happens next? If you’re not sending them to a compelling Thank You for Donating page, you’re missing out on a huge opportunity to nurture donor relationships and keep these folks engaged on…

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3 Nonprofit Myths that Lead to Common Blogging Mistakes

You might have noticed that we feel pretty strongly about blogs here at Wired Impact. Whether we’re talking about website structures or driving website traffic, there’s a role for a blog to play in your nonprofit’s marketing. But even though blogs are a well-established tool these days, many organizations struggle with getting started or finding…

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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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