Would you like a free website and social media audit for your not-for-profit organisation? Then get in touch.
Following our recent project to create a new website for Cornish conservation centre The Screech Owl Sanctuary we are now working on a report into how the third sector is using the web to communicate its message.
We would like to hear from any organisations interested in working with us. We will analyse your web and social media presence, using only information that is already publicly available, and provide you with a report listing what works well and what could work better.
We will then use the findings in our report, which we intend to make freely available to all interested parties on our website, as a resource for voluntary organisations. They will be anonymised – for instance, we might refer to “an east London social care group” or “a Hampshire wildlife charity” rather than giving specific names or locations.
If this sounds interesting, and you’d like to take advantage of it to boost your organisation’s web presence, drop us a line with a contact name and email address (for returning the finished audit) and your website address. Details of any social media networks such as Twitter or Facebook would also be helpful.
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