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What is Content Strategy
By Valerie Neumark on April 11, 2017
Generating a marketing plan for a nonprofit is a daunting task, to say the least. Content strategy is an easy process that will help you figure out who you are marketing to, and how to talk with them in a way that motivates them to take action. Our...Read more.
Writing Nonprofit Website Content
By Andrew Goldsworthy on April 6, 2017
Let's face it—writing content for nonprofit websites can be difficult. We all know the feeling of staring at a blank page and trying to develop compelling content. Unfortunately, research shows that great content for your online marketing efforts is...Read more.
By Jason Mickela on March 29, 2017
Your website visitor's data is at risk. If you haven't heard about the legislation altering Internet privacy protections that recently passed through Congress, and is likely going to be signed by President Trump, now is the time to get up to speed...Read more.
Rootid's 5 Steps to a Successful Moodboarding Process
By Valerie Neumark on March 9, 2017
Moodboards are a an effective way to discuss ideas, share insights and clarify communication. They will help you visually explain a feeling and in turn, develop a more authentic and successful brand. What makes a successful moodboard process? Here...Read more.
Rootid brandUP Campaign Winner - Root & Rebound
By Andrew Goldsworthy on December 6, 2016
Rootid is very excited to announce the 2016 brandUP winner - Root & Rebound. We're thrilled to be working with this amazing organization to help them build out their marketing strategy and broaden their reach.Read more.
Rootid's Guide to Webpage Hierarchy
By Valerie Neumark on September 1, 2016
Information architecture and page hierarchy can make or break you. Your interface should be designed with your end goals in mind. Website visitors arrive with many levels of literacy, attention spans and 'will' to figure out how to use your website...Read more.
Lean Your Style Guide
By Valerie Neumark on May 31, 2016
A style guide should have a few main components, but often times it gets bogged down in a lot of “descriptive jargon” that is just not that useful for your typical non-profit organization or association. A style guide is needed so that anyone who is...Read more.
Rootid's Six Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Web Development Firm
By Jason Mickela on March 28, 2016
Hiring a web development firm to design and build a website can be daunting—time consuming and resource intensive. Finding a development company to work with can feel a like finding a mechanic you can trust to work on your car. Here are six...Read more.
Keep It Confidential Poster
By Valerie Neumark on January 5, 2015
The California Family Health Council is a statewide nonprofit that champions & promotes quality sexual + reproductive health care for all. They are leaders in passing recent legislation that as of 2015, gives those covered under another person's...Read more.
John Dewey Educational Psychologist
By Valerie Neumark on February 27, 2014
Educating...I mean Engaging Your Community We throw around this idea of using stories to engage your community, audience, and site users a lot. I would say, most people take for granted that this is true and that it works to keep people interested...Read more.
Empathetic Marketing
By Valerie Neumark on January 2, 2014
Outrospective Marketing in the 21 st Century Conversion levels, effective mixed-media strategies, integrity of core brand promise, optimization…and synergy, what does all this jargon actually give you? As a company, we talk a lot about starting...Read more.
By Valerie Neumark on October 25, 2013
Oversimplified and Out of Touch, Current Advertising Lacks the ‘Nutritional Value’ Consumers Are Desperate For When I think of “going on a binge” it usually involves mass consumption of something that is not healthy over a short period of time, like...Read more.


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