2013 likely brought your charity some new donors. Good for you! But you can’t take their loyalty for granted. Website strategist Todd Jamieson has tips to help you turn your website into a donor retention powerhouse.
If half of your website's homepage is wasted on content your visitors don't care about and ignore, it's better than average. That's the unhappy finding of a recent study by Jakob Nielsen, reported at Homepage Real Estate Allocation.
With online donations to nonprofit organizations on the rise, the onus is on the nonprofit to make the donation process as simple as possible. The point is to make donating through your nonprofit secure website simple, easy, and fast. The best way to do this is by optimizing your website, and more specifically, your online …
If I told you that you could double your digital fundraising quite easily, wouldn’t be stupid of you not to? I think everyone would agree. Yet the sorry state of affairs is this- donation forms suck, and people are not fixing them.
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