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Ten Quick and Easy Content Ideas

One of the biggest mental hurdles for digital marketers and content creators is the dreaded feeling of constantly having to produce new and original content. Sure, we can curate content from an industry insider or retweet a Chrissy Teigen gem (always gold) but sooner or later our creative brain cells will momentarily wander away, along…

5 Tips to Boost Your Giving Tuesday Campaign

The leaves are falling, red and green decor is making its way to the shelves, and the holiday season is on its way! With so much giving and receiving happening in the next few months, it’s only fitting that a designated day to give back happens in the midst of it all. Giving Tuesday is…

3 Key Phases to Develop a Website

By: Rebecca Teaff and Julia Archer, Redstart Creative  Developing a website can be a long, time-consuming project. This is why we break down the process into three key phrases. By breaking down the website development process into steps, each phase can be focused on intensely as part of the whole. Phase 1: Planning and Exploration…

4 Steps You Need to Take Before Starting a Website Redesign

Jumping on the bandwagon feet first is tempting for many website owners. It is important to consider a few details before making the investment. Choosing the wrong company can lead to frustration and an ineffective marketing tool for your business or organization. This article will outline a few resources to successfully lay website redesign groundwork…

4 Reasons You Need A Website Redesign

If this was 2005, we may not be recommending a website redesign for you. However, in this world of technology, website design has changed immensely. It is no longer possible to just create a website and let it remain stagnant for a long period of time without ever making changes to it. Here’s why: Get…

3 Types of Visual Content You Should Be Sharing to Increase Year-End Fundraising

  Digital marketing is an efficient way for those in the nonprofit sector to grow awareness for their organization and expand their network. Social media can help you increase donors, retain your existing database and share the story of your organization with a global audience. Here at Redstart, we are often asked how to stand…

Free Resources for Growing Your Non-Profit

  Accessing grant and nonprofit training resources can be as easy as dusting off your library card. In a time where we can Google anything, we can also be met the frustration of finding legitimate resources for the information we need. The Enoch Pratt Library has resources from reading to courses and networks to help…

START WHERE YOU ARE, USE WHAT YOU HAVE

If you’ve seen Bohemian Rhapsody you know that part of the reason that Queen rose to fame was Freddie Mercury’s fervent refusal to blend in. He wore grandiose outfits, found a party in any room, and always vowed to stay true to himself. “Fortune favors the bold.”- Freddie Mercury When he met his would-be manager…

Changes to Instagram: Instagram 2019

Change is a part of life. As we have said time and time again, everything evolves and changes. The same concept applies to our technology, if it doesn’t evolve, the platform and/or system goes the way of floppy disks, room sized hard drives, and MySpace. Part of the beauty of social media is that it…

Facebook 2019: FB5

Change and evolution are a natural part of life. Perspectives and expectations evolve; we develop brand new ideas for where we see ourselves in the now and in the future. As we grow and evolve, our needs and desires change in order to bring the ideas we have to life. One of the things we…

Mother's Day Tribute

Moms are important. They shape our idea of what a woman is and how she acts. For many of us, our moms are a glimpse of what incredible people we can become if we try. They are our first role models, sounding boards and shoulders to cry on. Moms support us and cheer for our…

Resources for Nonprofits in Maryland

We love sharing resources for nonprofits in Maryland – there are so many quality resources! This is Part 2 in our series. Thank you to our guest blogger Cara Fogarty, who is a Coordinator for the Charles County Nonprofit Institute at the College of Southern Maryland (CSM).   The Nonprofit Institute at CSM is Southern…

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