Check out examples of successful Jimdo sites below, or visit our Outstanding Jimdo Websites page. By default, the journal entries you have are private, but you can choose to make public. You’ll have options for your cover, background, and font to make the journal unique to you and your personality.
If you have good products (which of course you have), then show them. If you have complex products, show a cross-section of some of them. A transmission manufacturer I visited in Sweden displayed their transmissions cut in half with plexiglas as windows into the interior. An engine manufacturer in Japan did the same, and even colored the different channels of the engine to explain the paths for fluids and air. Vehicle manufacturers often park the coolest of their products outside. Nidar chocolate factory in Trondheim, Norway, gives the visitors unlimited access to samples of goodies directly from the line. And, unbeaten to this day, the Samuel Adams Brewery in Boston invites to free flow of freshly brewed beer after the free-of-charge old brewery tour. Display your products. Running a non profit agency is different than running a for profit business. A for profit business usually has a budget for paying programmers to do all the coding for their websites. You are likely tasked with not only building your website and managing its content, but fundraising and running daily operations as well. You don’t have time to do any coding and HTML may be all Greek to you in any event. The 501(c)(3) application with the IRS was complicated enough! The great news is that Doodlekit offers non profit website templates of many shapes and sizes. Its programmers and designers intentionally created templates suitable for both commercial and non commercial use. You aren’t stuck with the standard for profit look, but have hundreds of templates to choose from, which in many cases offer softer looking themes and formats, even earth and green colors. Themes and designs suitable for just about any fundraising or charitable need.