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Website Management for Small Nonprofits
At small nonprofits, it’s not uncommon for there to be one staff member who manages the organization’s website, web presence and digital communications. Here are 3 tips to thrive in your role:
- Set appropriate goals. Your organization’s website should support organizational goals. Be reasonable when setting redesign goals (especially if you’re doing it yourself) and when setting content update schedule. Don’t worry about comparing your organization’s website with a larger organization’s website. They oftentimes have both IT and Communications teams.
- Focus on specific audience personas. Focus your website’s copy and the topics discussed in resources and blog posts to areas that resonate with your audience. Ensure that your website’s UX (user experience) is in alignment with how your audience tends to search and interact with websites.
- Measure what’s working (and what’s not). Identify a few meaningful metrics for each of your organization’s goals which will help you decide where to best spend your time and budget in the future. Example: A/B testing landing pages
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Website Security News
WordPress finally gets the security features a third of the Internet deserves
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Website Accessibility News
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How a nonprofit trained an army to stop Uganda’s atrocities
For more than 25 years, Joseph Kony and the Lord’s Resistance Army terrorized citizens in Uganda, killing tens of thousands and abducting more than 25,000 children to become soldiers and sex slaves.
NY, NJ Sue IRS for Info on Nonprofit-donor Disclosure Shift
New York and New Jersey want to know how the Internal Revenue Service decided to stop requiring donor information from certain nonprofit organizations — among them big political spenders.
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