Monthly Archives: August 2012

37 Must-Have Strategies to Better Engage Your Website Visitors

We had a great time at the Bridge Conference this week. The Engage Group’s Sue Anne Reed presented with Allyson Kapin from Rad Campaign and Rob Manix from Defenders of Wildlife on the 37 Must-Have Strategies to Better Engage Your Website Visitors. You can check out the slides below. Bridge Conference: 37 Must-Have Strategies to… Read more »

We’re All Set for Bridge

Exhibit ready?  Check. Business cards ready?  Check. Seminars all picked out to attend?  Check. Hope you’re ready too.  We’re looking forward to seeing familiar faces and meeting new friends at the Bridge Conference this year. Please be sure to stop by Booth #232 and enter to win the flat screen TV and be sure to… Read more »

How Are You Sleeping?

Like a baby?  Tossing and Turning?  Having nightmares?  The PMG family is taking a very, ahem…scientific poll at the Bridge Conference, August 7-9 at the Gaylord Hotel & Conference Center, National Harbor MD.  We want to know how you feel about your preparedness for year end and other fundraising tasks. Really, it’s just four simple… Read more »

Is Your Website Engaging Visitors? Tip #31

A website visitor must be engaged and/or find the information they are looking for as quickly as possible after arriving at your site or landing page.  There are many ways you can engage visitors once they arrive at your website.  Most are just small items that can turn a site visitor into a loyal supporter,… Read more »

I’ve got a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore

While nonprofits have direct mail content down pat, the evolution to the online realm is a challenge. Providing fresh content online can seem as daunting as a trip through Oz. However, the dreams that you dare to dream really do come true! A Content calendar (or editorial calendar) for your nonprofit’s online presence can provide… Read more »