Does the internet scare you? What with the Google stuff and the advertising and the search engine optimization stuff?
It scares us.
Basically, there’s a bunch of nifty lil’ tricks you can employ to boost your website’s traffic. The only problem is mere mortals like us – especially folks in the non-profit sector, which the Henry Miller Library is – don’t know them, or don’t have the time, wherewithal, or emotional maturity to learn them.
But do you know who knows them?
And that’s why we like Mediacause. It’s a platform where non-profits can submit a request for Internet-work, and technically included angels will volunteer to do it for you.
And when we say “angels” we mean “smart geniuses.” We can attest to this first-hand: what would normally take us, like, four weeks to do, some of these whiz kids can do in four days. Or four minutes. Or four seconds.
It can be anything from, “help my non-profit fully take advantage of Google Grants,” to “help increase our web traffic by 200%” to “please erase all my Facebook postings about my ex- from the last two years, because now I realize it was the best love I’ll ever have and we’re trying to make it work again, and I said some terrible things (when I was drunk) but now I’m in a better place and if some Palo Alto genius could purge it from the Internet servers it’ll help our rekindled relationship get off to a healthy start.”
The Henry Miller Library is registered with Mediacause.
Maybe you should be too?