1. Content   •   Photography   •   Tips and Tricks

    Your Nonprofit Deserves Great Photography

    Nick Conti

    When you’re gathering photos for your nonprofit website, you want to be sure they communicate your message loud and clear. Your inspiring story deserves better than an iPhone photo with a filter slapped on it or a friend experimenting with a ‘fancy camera.’ Great photography will help you cut through all the noise, communicate your message and not easily be...

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  2. Content   •   Copywriting   •   Strategy

    Nonprofit Storytelling Done Right: 5 Steps to Sharing Your Social Impact

    Cory Bosket

    Whether you’re sharing around the water cooler, sitting around a campfire, pitching a prospective client or running for public office, it pays to have a knack for narrative. Good stories have the power to pull at our emotions and grab our attention. Great ones, however; they have the power to spark movements. They can inspire members of your community and...

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  3. Content   •   Strategy

    Putting your best content forward: part 2– discovering the details.

    Caitlin Ewing

    Hello again, awesome reader. In my previous post, I explained why focusing primarily on your new website’s content, while having great supporting design and functionality, will lead to the most successful project outcome. Your organization’s story is the most important asset when connecting with your community – make sure you tell it in the most effective way! In this article,...

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