Cozality Releases Cutting Edge Web CMS Non Profit Websites

Being online is one thing. Being socially integrated is so much more. The Cozality Effect Engine CMS powers fully-loaded, affordable non profit websites.

Toronto, Canada, February 25, 2010 --( Cozality, a MediaTown Marketing brand, officially announced today the release of its new proprietary Effect Engine CMS for non profit websites. This non profit CMS comes with a number of cutting edge features. Facebook Connect, for example, comes standard with every Effect Engine CMS powered website.

Facebook Connect is serious social power for any organization that needs to create a buzz. This feature, however, is only one of many designed to improve the social media relations of the cause. Effect Engine CMS powered websites also encourage donations, volunteering, social network sharing and bookmarking, podcasting, are backed by email marketing management services, and even boast features that are useful for event promotion and management, to list a few. For a complete list of features, please visit

Non profit websites powered by the Effect Engine CMS are very affordable, running non profit organizations a mere fraction of what it would cost them to build a comparable system on their own. Research and development already completed, the biggest tasks include the custom design and integration.

The featured cause at, "Keep Canada Strong," is a website powered by the Effect Engine CMS for the re-election of Canada's Minister of State, Peter Kent. One can get a good feel for the capabilities of the technology behind the CMS at

While it is true Cozality provides a proprietary CMS rather than one that is open source, the value it brings to websites powered by the Effect Engine CMS is unparalleled. If being smart with the hard earned dollars of donors is important to the donor funded organization, proprietary technology is, at least in this case, worth careful consideration.

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Charles Lojko