Here’s the dream: You fire up Facebook → You share a link to your nonprofit organization’s website → Hearts and minds are changed forever.
Help your nonprofit website visitors by transforming your error page into a fun, helpful tool.
Here are eight steps that you can take right now to make your current nonprofit website easier to use for people who are visiting via mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets.
I think email is one of the most powerful tools available to my nonprofit clients, regardless of their size or mission.
Are you engaged in a virtual arm wrestling match for control of your nonprofit’s website? You’re not alone. I have seen many fundraisers, communicators and IT staff engaged in similar struggles.
We don’t need *all* the website analytics, we just want the analytics that are going to help us do a better job connecting with and inspiring our supporters when they visit our website. Here are a few key analytics for your donation webpage along with tips on why they matter and how to calculate them.
Securing your nonprofit’s website is the cost of doing business, and it’s not difficult to do. Here are the most common nonprofit website security issues along with tips on how to fix them.
You deserve better! There are higher quality vendors available and moving your business elsewhere is a viable option.
Most of the delays in nonprofit website project timelines is due to delays in content development.
There are user testing options for all budgets, even if the budget is zero.