Nonprofit websites, like any other organization’s website, need to follow best practices of website design such as intuitive navigation and an aesthetically appealing presentation of material.
Multiple studies have shown that consumers will grab their mobile phone to research different restaurants in their immediate area before choosing an establishment for their next meal. Given the popularity of smartphone research, restaurants can certainly benefit from improving their mobile marketing strategies.
Establishing an online presence helps to eliminate the barrier that has traditionally existed between the artist and the general public. It is important to own and maintain a website dedicated solely to your artwork. A website provides you a platform from which you can build your brand and market and sell your art. With options like Square and PayPal, artists have more options for selling online and don’t need to depend on the large conglomerate artist websites. A properly designed website can be as effective as having your art displayed in galleries.
Your company’s website is one of the most crucial components of your marketing and branding strategy. Sure, we could hop in and do your socials, throw some money into ads that will drive traffic, design and mail out postcards, or do other means of advertising to generate you new traffic or even better, business. If your website is lacking, however, that is putting the cart before the horse.