A reliable, user-friendly website is critical to many modern businesses. In fact, at 8.3 percent of GDP, the Internet contributes more to the UK economy than in any other G20 country. Nonetheless, to keep your website running as efficiently as possible, it's sometimes necessary to plan an outage that will allow you to upgrade content and add new features. So how do you do this without alienating your customers? Read more info below.
The Internet levels the playing field for not-for-profits who are just starting up. Social media platforms make it easy for small organisations like yours to reach their base on a personal level and interact with them. Managing your online presence is a full time job though, and for organisations that rely on volunteers, managing your online presences can become overwhelming. This blog has tips on how to simplify the job, how to know which online marketing jobs you should do in house and which you should outsource. Our mission to to show not-for-profits how to focus your online marketing efforts to maximise sponsorship dollars.