Monthly Archives: December 2010

Why the heck use a blog anyway? Don’t bore my sister

I had an eye-opening experience today. I asked my sister to take a look at my website. My sister is cool, and I mean really cool. She’s an artist, she dyes her own hair, she paints, she makes and sells … Continue reading

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Non-Profit Staff Page: The most visited page on your site

In working with non-profit organizations, I consistently see their ‘Staff’ page is the most visited page on their website. This speaks to what many visitors to your site are curious to see. They want to see you! In an world … Continue reading

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Building a Community on Facebook to Build Momentum for Future Online Giving

Many non-profit agencies come to me to help them develop a ‘Social Media Strategy’ (in caps of course) to help them grow their online donations. However, keep your fantasies in check! Non-profits assume that all social media work should lead … Continue reading

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