The Top 2 Marketing Strategies that Work on Me

In an effort to mix things up a little bit, rather than give you marketing strategies I use, I’m going to give you 2 marketing strategies that work on me… like, for real… they work… and I’m a sucker for them. And if they work on me, I’m willing to bet that they work on many, many others!

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3 Steps to Starting a Blog as a Small Business Owner

You are a small business owner, you have a million things on your to do list, and blogging sounds like another huge task. Where in the world should you begin?! It doesn’t have to be that difficult! In fact, if you set things up properly at the front end, then the rest is easy. Here are the three first steps in starting a blog for your business. 

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How to Build a Website Homepage that Converts Visitors to Customers

Laying out and writing content for your small business website is not an obvious thing, and requires some dedicated thought. Thankfully, there are people to help you in the process.

Today I want to tackle one aspect of laying out your website—your homepage. In fact, it’s probably one of, if not the most important part of your website.

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5 Reasons Why Your Nonprofit or Business Needs a New Website

This is the difference between good and bad web design. Good design draws your audience into a compelling story. Bad design repels them—meaning you lose potential fans, ambassadors of your brand/cause, newsletter subscribers, customers/donors, etc. Here are five questions to ask yourself or your team in order to find out if you need a new website.

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Why Squarespace is a Great Web Hosting Option for Nonprofits

If you are a nonprofit, chances are hiring a web design agency and launching or refreshing your website not only seem like daunting tasks, but expensive ones as well. Well my friend, have no fear, it’s Squarespace to the rescue!

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Four Basic Web Design Terms Your Nonprofit Should Know

Just getting started with your nonprofit or church and ready to launch your website? Maybe you’ve chatted with a few people about it, and they are throwing terms back at you like domain and web host and coding and… ah your head is spinning with the other 100 things you have to manage! Well friend, I got you! Knowing these four basic terms will help you a lot in your quest to build a website that works for your organization.

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3 Things You Need To Become GDPR Compliant On Your Website

If you are in the nonprofit or business world, or really any world where you have a website, you’ve probably heard this term floating around for the last year or so called GDPR. And if you’re like me, you’ve probably done a quick google search to get the basics, but then are left in the dark not knowing how you need to take action on it. Well friend, I’m here to help! But first, let’s start with the basics.

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The 2 Top Free or Inexpensive Design Programs for your Nonprofit

If you’re anything like me when I first started out designing for a nonprofit, you took one look at the design program that was recommended to you (Adobe Creative Suite) and felt completely overwhelmed, not to mention way in over your head. 

Most nonprofits don’t have the time nor energy to spend hours learning design. Well, you don’t have to!

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The #1 Thing I Get Asked About Working for a Nonprofit

After working at seven different nonprofits, I’ve picked up on a thing or two. I’ve gleaned leadership skills and best practices from some of the most amazing leaders and world changing visionaries out there. When other nonprofits started noticing the website, communication platforms and content of the nonprofit I worked at, and asking who did it, I saw a beautiful opportunity in front of me.

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