Designing a rich educational curriculum and writing an engaging Dvar Torah are skills that many rabbis and educators have mastered. However, if your new lecture series does not feature a compelling title, chances are that no one's going to respond to the flyer, let alone read the email to learn more about the program. Here’s the good news: There’s no mysticism or magic behind catchy names.
We live in a digital age. According to a survey conducted by emarketer.com, the average adult spends five hours a day on the internet. Between being at work, surfing the web on a desktop or searching on a mobile device, a very large chunk of time is spent online. Therefore, by not promoting your non-profit organization online, you are
There are thousands of webpages discussing millions of tips on how you can get more traffic or have your site listed as one of the first couple of results in a Google search. This is obviously helpful as people find anything from stores to synagogues using the most famous search engine in the world. What many of these sites do not discuss, is that there's a program
There are yeshivos, programs, seminaries, and more who have all paid and used Google Adwords. Not only does it serve as Google’s main advertising product and main source of revenue, but it could very well help promote your organization or program to a higher level when someone is searching for something that may relate to your cause. For example,... Read more »