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Your Website is Like the Kitchen in Your House

By May 24, 2017June 1st, 2017Coaching, Fundraising

In our houses people tend to congregate in the kitchen. It’s where we chat, learn new things, and build a sense of community. I believe the same is true about your nonprofit website.

Your website is where people spend the most time learning about your organization and what you do for your community.

Your Nonprofit Website is like a Kitchen

Everything you do as a nonprofit organization leads people back to your website.

Whether it’s:

  • Checking out your services
  • Searching for your address for an event
  • Making a contribution

All roads leads back to your website

Why then, is the time spent on nonprofit websites almost an after-thought?

Join me and my friend and colleague, Jay Wilkinson, CEO & Founder of Firespring for How to Captivate and Engage Constituents with Your Website a free web class on Wednesday, May 31, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. ET (register here). In this class Jay will take us through his thoughtful, fun, and helpful approach to deepen the engagement of your website visitors.

And learn why, your website IS like the kitchen in your house. And how to “clean it up” for visitors.

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