Skip to content

Blog

All
  • All
  • Annual Report
  • Blog
  • Branding
  • Community
  • Digital
  • Direct Mail
  • Email Marketing
  • Fundraising
  • News
  • Non-profits
  • Portfolio
  • Print Design
  • Redstart Creative Team
  • SEO
  • Small Business
  • Social Media
  • Uncategorized
  • Website

How To Curate Content For Your Website

By: Dominic Vecchiollo We often hear from clients at Redstart that they don’t have enough content for their website or don’t know where to start gathering information. With a few key tips and tricks, you’ll find it’s simple to curate amazing content for your website! Along with repurposing material you may already have, such as white…

What's your Story? How Storytelling Can Help Increase End Of Year Giving

By: Henry Mortimer   Storytelling is the oldest form of communication in the world: humans are wired for it. Telling stories about how you shaped your thinking and way of life can have the same effect on others. Through storytelling, we’re able to make meaningful connections with people we want to meet. Here’s why:  …

Google For Nonprofits

There are so many amazing resources for nonprofits across the internet that are not well-known! One of these is Google For Nonprofits, which allows eligible nonprofits access to Google products for free. The products can help nonprofits find new donors and volunteers and work more efficiently! Here are some of the great tools your nonprofit…

6 Reasons To Use WordPress For Your Website

It’s no secret that here at Redstart we sing WordPress’ praises high and loud. When it comes to website design, WordPress is our go-to for all projects that we work on. In fact, WordPress is used by over 74 million sites, so we’re not alone in that thought! You may be familiar with “drag-and-drop” websites,…

How To Give Back In Your Business

By: Rebecca Teaff  When I first started my business, my goal was to work with organizations that were changing the world. I wanted to contribute to their success. Some may call this cheesy, but this is where my heart lies.   The first few years running the business I worked on gaining clients, building the…

2017 Trends In Annual Reports

By: Rebecca Teaff Over the years, annual reports have evolved. However, throughout the changes, they still remain an extremely valuable tool to communicate with donors, volunteers and potential funders. The purpose of an annual report is to tell your organization’s story and communicate the past year’s accomplishments. While the goals of an annual report remain…

Top 4 Tips For Direct Mail Lists

By: Judy Antisdel, AT Direct  Many non-profit organizations rely on direct mail as one of their fundraising elements. Chances are, yours does too. Along with ensuring that your direct mail’s content is telling your story in an impactful way, it’s also important to assure that you expand your list while reaching the right people. Judy…

3 Reasons To Update Your Brand

Your brand is a reflection of your organization’s values and identity. Over time, you may need to realign how this looks and feels to remain consistent with your vision. A rebrand, or brand refresh, offers you an opportunity to revisit what the most important aspects of your culture, company and voice are, and update their…

3 Tips To Make Your Website Better

Your website is, many times, the first impression your audience has of your agency. Having a fully-functioning, well-designed website is extremely important. Your goal should be to create delight for users who visit your website! Delighting with an easy-to-use and accessible website is key to building a community and increasing your number of members, donors,…

4 Tips To Recording Your First Facebook Live Video

As some of you may know, Redstart has recently started a Facebook Live series on Tuesdays when team members discuss different topics and tips for online marketing. Now that we’re in the thick of our series, we have some key takeaways to give you if you’ve been thinking about doing your own Facebook live.  …

Rebecca's Top 7 Productivity Tools

By: Rebecca Teaff When writing my 7 lessons in 7 years blog post, I realized there are many apps and softwares that help me be more productive on a day-to-day basis. Here are my current top 7 tools: Things https://culturedcode.com/things/ Things is an amazingly powerful To-Do List app. I have been using Things for seven…

4 Ways Your Nonprofit Can Build A Community On Social Media

Social media, when utilized correctly, can help you grow a meaningful and engaged audience of volunteers, donors and advocates. With so many different outlets available to obtain donors, grants and volunteers, it’s no surprise that social media is sometimes not leveraged to its best advantage. Here are 4 ways that you can grow a community…

Scroll To Top