The Digital Nonprofit has been an valuable colleague for the past year and a half. It was their marketing efforts alone that have generated considerable views, press and awareness. They are an excellent consultant and highly knowledgeable about nonprofits and marketing in the digital age.
— Divya P., Director of Code Therapy and Contenders
 
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Our Services

 
Growth-driven web design from the digital nonprofit

Growth-Driven
Web Design

Get a new, user-tested website in as little as 1 week and $5,000 with data-driven methods pioneered by Google.

Marketing Strategy by The Digital Nonprofit

Marketing Strategy

Want to consistently increase donations, month over month? We’ll create a custom plan for you and your budget, measure the results, learn from the data, rinse and repeat.

 
Ad Grants Management for Nonprofits from The digital Nonprofit

Ad Grants Management

Turn Google’s $10,000 nonprofit Ad Grants into 5,000 website visitors a month with our management plans.

 
Fast, friendly, and did exactly what I needed on my site for a reasonable price.
— Sara W.K., Co-Director of Creature Kind
 
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Intelligent, industrious, very knowledgeable, accessible and easy to work with.
— Suyin K., Executive Director of Mother Foundation
 
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What Does Data-Driven Mean?

The Digital Nonprofit Methodology

Data-driven means that at the end of the day, we let the numbers, not our hunches, define the course of action. It all comes down to a simple process: Build, Measure, Learn.

First, we hypothesize what might work best, and set out to build it. Then, we measure its results. And finally, we learn from the data. Then we rinse and repeat, equipped with new knowledge from the last cycle.

This process allows to make consistent, measurable progress, with very little time and money spent. It all adds up to a super-effective way to increase donations for budget-minded nonprofits!

 

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