- January 29, 2013 3:00 pm
- January 29, 2013 4:00 pm
Your website has two strategic objectives – first, to inform the website visitor about your organization and its mission. However, the second, more important objective is to get the website visitor to SUPPORT your nonprofit.
- Learn how to plan and build a site which not only has a lot for the user to see, but a lot for the user to do as well.
- Consider the impact of a site that offers online donations, event tickets, membership dues, e-store purchases, affiliate marketing, even in-kind donations, planned gifts, investment donations, and much more.
|Allan Pressel is founder/CEO of PowerSite123 (formerly CharityFinders), which helps nonprofits and for-profits create world-class websites, social media, and online marketing to further their mission. PowerSite123’s unique technology enables any organization to have its own powerful website quickly, affordably, and with no technical skills required.
Allan has done thousands of presentations for the nonprofit and business community worldwide, almost always to rave reviews. Allan has been designated as one of the world’s leading e-philanthropy speakers. Allan is the co-author of Internet Management for Nonprofits. He was given the Volunteer Service Award by President George W. Bush.
Previously, Allan was co-founder of i-Cube, which had a highly successful IPO, and was later acquired by Razorfish. i-Cube helped large corporations through software/web development.
Prior to founding i-Cube, Allan was a technology strategy consultant at Arthur Anderson and First Consulting Group. Allan holds an M.B.A from UCLA, and is an All-American springboard diver.
|Powersite123 helps small- to mid-sized organizations create beautiful, interactive websites integrated with marketing programs to:
– Help drive traffic
– Convert leads
– Generate revenue
Now you can have access to powerful functionality, such as the ability to collect funds securely within your site (not on a 3rd party site!), build a database of constituents, facilitate search engine optimization, sell products, register people for events, and manage your own content. By providing your constituents with lots to see and lots to do, your website and marketing can make you money, not just cost money.