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Your Website Health Check: Part 2

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Welcome back! Here is part two of the website health check. Check out part one if you missed it last week. Your website’s forms How many forms do you have on your website? How long are they? Are you asking your audience for information that you believe you need, but is not crucial to the [...]

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Your Website Health Check: Part 1

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When was the last time you stood back and tried to evaluate the performance of your organizations website? If you’ve fallen into the trap of letting your website take care of itself, now is the perfect time to take a look at what’s really going on, and to make any necessary changes. To get started, pull [...]

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Does your website make sense?

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How do you go about generating copy for your website? Do you start actively thinking about the desires, motivations and language of your community before you start typing? Can your readers easily understand what you’re trying to say via your website? Website copy can have a huge impact on how long your website visitors choose [...]

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Turn Good Web Pages Into Great Ones

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You may have inherited a vast pool of web content written before your time, or you frequently receive lengthy “expert” articles and other contributed pieces to add to the web site you now manage. Not every expert who contributes to a web site is also an expert in writing for the web. Fortunately, in most [...]

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Remember Me? 5 Website Tips to Retain Loyal Volunteers

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When you hear retention in the nonprofit industry, you often think about “donor” retention. Lately, however, I’ve been thinking about how organizations can retain their best and most active volunteers and supporters. For many organizations, volunteers are the life blood of the cause because of budget cuts, small staffs, etc. Nonprofits work hard to bring [...]

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