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Microsites are a powerful tool for building a streamlined, engaging, targeted website. Since WordPress makes it fast to assemble a site, it’s the perfect tool for a good microsite. Check out these tests to know if a microsite is right for you, examples of microsites, and the steps to build one in WordPress.
WordCamps are one- or two-day conferences all about WordPress. They’re one of the best ways to find a WordPress consultant for your nonprofit, plus they’re super affordable and happening all over the world. Put simply, if you have a WordPress website, it’s one of the most affordable and impactful technology professional development opportunities you’ll find. … Continue reading Get the Most Out of a WordCamp for Your Nonprofit
Thinking about your website’s “bus factor” NOW will save you countless headaches and panicked phone calls during a website emergency. Learn what it is and how to prepare for website problems.
Modern nonprofits blog first, and then promote their posts in newsletters. (Infographic included!) Learn how to get started with this efficient and powerful strategy to make your online communications more vibrant and impactful.
The navigation menu is one of the most visible and important features of your nonprofit’s website. Follow best practice tips and avoid common pitfalls to ensure your visitors can find the information they need quickly and with confidence.
You’ve got to eat an elephant—and keep your website up to date—one bite at a time. Here are six easy tasks you can do in an hour or less. String a few of these together and you’ll have a better website!
When done right, nonprofit blogs are engagement tools that can convert social media followers into committed supporters of a cause. It’s not easy, but here’s how that works and how to get started.
More and more organizations are getting their websites onto HTTPS. Doing so makes every visitor more secure. Just as important, using HTTPS is becoming a critical way to build trust with your website’s visitors. Here’s the what, why, and how.
PDFs on websites have long tortured visitors, making their time on your site slower and more frustrating. Understand the downsides of PDFs on the web and then get started improving your site by converting them to web pages.
When you’re about to start on a website redesign, it’s important to collect information from your colleagues to make sure the new site reflects organizational needs. Here’s a list of questions to help you do just that!