You’ve finally given into the hype and decided to start a blog on your nonprofit website. But how do you know which blog features to include in your new blogging system? To make your new blog as easy to use as possible for both you and your readers, it’s important to take the time to do your research and choose the blog set-up that works best for your nonprofit. (more…)
Launching your new nonprofit website can be a stressful time, we know. You want to check and double check all of your bases before your pet project is live for everyone to see. We came up with a website checklist of everything you should complete, double check and discuss with your developer before your site launches. (more…)
This post was updated on November 30, 2017, to include information on easy-to-use features.
You’re in the process of building your new nonprofit website and going through the checklist of all the things you need to figure out. Let’s be honest, “register your domain name” is probably not the most exciting thing on the list. But it’s absolutely essential, and there are benefits to registering with Namecheap over their competitors. (more…)
Making your case for a new website can mean having some difficult discussions, especially when the person controlling the budget doesn’t understand that there’s a problem that needs fixing. To get the ball rolling with a skeptical executive director, we’ve put together a list of website redesign questions that can help guide your initial conversation. (more…)
By now, it’s no secret that including visuals in your social media posts means more engagement. Facebook posts with an image get 2.3 times more engagement than those without, and Twitter posts with an image and summary are 78% more likely to get shared. Could your nonprofit use some help creating free social media graphics? (more…)