You already lead a stressful life. You need to research operating a successful charity website but you are not sure where to start. Continue reading for a grouping of tips designed to help you succeed in operating a charity website.
Set up RSS feeds on the social media platform of your choice for your SEO keywords. Monitor these feeds throughout the day so you don’t miss an opportunity to direct traffic to your charity website.
Use third party widgets to help you gauge the most popular content on your site. Once you know what visitors view the most, you can tailor your new content to that niche. Posting on popular topics helps increase your viewership.
Find a variety of free image sources to add to your charity websites visual appeal. Search out ‘copyright free’ images and use them to compliment your written content. There are several different charity websites that offer libraries of such images.
Make sure that the font on your navigation bar stands out from the background colour. So say for example that if your navigation bar is dark green and the font is light green, this will not be good. If the background is dark green make the text white to stand out from the darker colour background.
Don’t overdo posts on social media. It is important to update your feeds with new product launches or content. However, if you clog your followers feeds with useless content, they will start to ignore you.
Once you’ve conducted your keyword research, assign keywords to a webpage. Typically, two keywords per page works best. One keyword is unique to that page and the other is brand specific, your most important keyword you need to rank well.
Make a commercial. Once you start making money from your site, it might be fun to invest it into a commercial. It is less expensive to run them during the early morning, and you can also run them online.
Avoid going into debt as much as possible. If suppliers know you as a chronic debtor or one who stalls on debt repayment, it will have a negative impact on your business relationships. When you stay out of debt, your business cash-flow is hardly interrupted.
Author: Justin ChengThis author has published 11 articles so far.