Your website is your digital doorstep. It’s your business card. It’s often your first impression. And it may even be primarily where your nonprofit or social enterprise exists—online.

For those reasons, it’s very important to make sure your website is doing its job. It needs to be a clean, inviting space where people can learn about you and your work. It should also entice them to jump on your email list, buy from you, or become a donor. Frankly, it’s a tall order, and an opportunity you don’t want to miss.

You can have a beautiful Instagram account, stellar Facebook ads, or the most clever content on Twitter, but if you’re continually sending people back to a website that doesn’t represent you well—or worse, confuses people—you’re wasting time, money, and effort. And I already know you well enough to know that you don’t want that.

Your cause is important. And it deserves to be seen and heard. So, let’s make sure your website is the megaphone your mission needs.

Deb Brazell testimonial

Kristi Porter, founder of Signify

I'm Kristi Porter, and I started Signify to help small nonprofits and for-profits with a social mission get noticed and grow through effective marketing and communications. I also teach solopreneurs and small businesses how to incorporate philanthropy and giving strategies. I believe that cause-focused organizations like yours are the future of business. You're proof that companies can both make money and do good. And I'm here to make sure you focus and shine. When you succeed, we all win.