When you think about a financial audit, does your stomach start to churn? This is the immediate response that many nonprofit professionals have about the auditing process due in part to the stress we put on ourselves to be perfect. When it comes to auditing, however, keep in mind that the goal of the process is to help. This process should create a more accurate, efficient financial system for your nonprofit. Who doesn’t want that?
In the process of blogging, you might start to wonder how you can expose your content to more people and achieve increased website optimization.
Social sharing on sites like Facebook and Twitter can be beneficial, along with any interactions from your supporters, but when it comes to your nonprofit outreach, social media can only take you so far. This is especially the case if you don’t have a major following on these channels, as you’ll want to find alternative ways to expose your content to more people.
A blog should serve to keep your current and potential supporters up to speed on the important things happening within your organization.
To accomplish this while also enhancing the efforts of your nonprofit, there are some basic steps you can take.
Attracting new supporters and maintaining their support through continual engagement are paramount to nonprofits like yours…
Even for those who are successful sticking with the traditional offline route of engagement and fundraising, all nonprofits can benefit from developing a stronger online presence. And a major way to accomplish this is by having an informative website.