Social entrepreneurs occupy a middle ground between non-profit aspirations, and for-profit accountability. As such, their design needs aren’t met by either a traditional business template, or a site built for an entirely donation-based model. Designing a site for social entrepreneurship should hybridize the best of both worlds; here are a few tips to make it happen.
Time for another collaborative effort folks! This time it’s a free eBook that represents the contributions of 31 bloggers. Hats off to Michelle Welch (find her on twitter @NewBizBlogger) for organizing this effort. Unlike my last collaboration, the “2011 Internet Business Ideas Book”, this book is completely free. Simply click on the download link below. There’s no opt-in and no strings attached. This project contains contributions from some of the best bloggers that I know.
We’ve all seen poorly designed websites. Some are obviously do-it-yourself attempts and others are honest efforts by someone who’s dabbled in a little code. Still others are built using free website builders that are offered by website hosting companies or built using a website template.