The Web can be highly advantageous to nonprofits

Creating a strong online presence is more important today than ever before. Most nonprofits do not have a large budget to efficiently market their organization, making the Internet a powerful resource. Our team here at aims to help nonprofits leverage their online presence for good. Various Web platforms allow nonprofits to better connect with their members, reach new donors, run high-impact fundraising campaigns, and effectively communicate messages to a target audience.

We offer valuable advice and information to nonprofit organizations of all sizes and in all industries. Run by volunteers Brad and Ben Son, we work to build a powerful collection of resources, including content relating to website management, online reputation, and the building up and promotion of nonprofit causes. We take great pride in providing organizations from all segments of the nonprofit sector with the knowledge they need to succeed on topics such as online fundraising and creating user-friendly websites.

Marketing for nonprofits can be challenging, as most organizations do not have a large marketing budget if any at all.

To create brand awareness, many seek free marketing opportunities in and around their communities, but this strategy is not always successful.

Fortunately, the growth of the Internet has provided nonprofits a plethora of marketing opportunities that are free or low in cost.

If pursued with Internet security in mind, the Web can be a safe and effective place to collect donations and raise awareness.

When used to its full potential, the Web can be highly advantageous to nonprofits. We are proud to offer resources that help to strengthen the hard work of nonprofit organizations and apply these tools in pursuit of healthy and prosperous communities.

To be successful, it’s important to implement new technologies in small steps while staying true to your mission.

For more help getting started with your online efforts, check out these resources:

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