6 Tricks to Make Your Content Skimmable

We’ve talked before about how people don’t really read all of your content. Laurel Dykema is back with some tips on how to get your point across even to busy readers. ~Kivi Guest Post by Laurel Dykema of Mission India “AVALANCHE!” Twitter-ers are tweeting. Facebook-ers are posting. Pinterest-ers are pinning. Instagram-ers are picture-taking. More micro content…

Mobile Friendly Websites for Nonprofits – Case Study

Yesterday we heard from Julia Reich on why you should use responsive design. Today we hear from JoAnn Manke from WithinReach on how they used responsive design on their new website for teens. Guest Post by JoAnn Manke from WithinReach Our agency makes connections that families need to be healthy, and works to meet families where they…

S, M, L, XL: Why Responsive Website Design is the Best Strategy for Different Size Screens

In this post, one of our favorite graphic designers, Julia Reich, toots the horn for responsive design, explaining why she decided on responsive design for the new Stone Soup Creative website; why she and her team will endeavor to build it into sites they’ll be designing for their clients from here on in; and why…

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Marketers and Fundraisers June 21, 2013

Happy Friday! Let’s have some Mixed Links… Lori Halley at Wild Apricot blog is hosting this month’s Nonprofit Blog Carnival and this month’s theme is data for good. Submissions are due this Tuesday, June 25th. Facebook added a hashtag feature last week, so you know John Haydon has some ways nonprofits can use hashtags for their…

Need Some Blog Post or Newsletter Article Ideas?

As content creators, we all know how hard it is trying to come up with fresh ideas that will be interesting to your readers. Inspiration can be hard to come by some days, but that’s where our Monthly Nonprofit Writing Prompts come in. Every month we send out a free e-newsletter designed specifically to help you come…

What’s All This About Responsive Design?

We’ve noticed lately a lot of folks talking about “responsive design” or “responsive web design.”  Mashable even proclaimed 2013 the Year of Responsive Design. Just in case you are getting questions you aren’t quite sure how to answer, we wanted to give you a quick explanation. Simply put, responsive web design means that your website knows what…

How to Plan a New Website Without Your Head Exploding

If your website is stuck in the past, it may be time for an upgrade. Sounds daunting? Jennifer Doron of the Ohio Environmental Council shares how she approached the process of creating their new site to writing a novel. ~Kivi Guest Post by Jennifer Doron of the Ohio Environmental Council During the day, I serve as the Director of…

Creative Ideas for Nonprofit Writers for October and Beyond

“Content is King,” they say. While that may be true, “they” don’t mention how hard it is trying to come up with fresh ideas that resonate with your readers. Inspiration can be hard to come by some days, but that’s where our Monthly Nonprofit Writing Prompts come in. Every month we send out an e-newsletter…