Blue vs. Orange. Two “Donate” buttons went head to head in a click test. Here’s what the results said and what I still don’t know.
A question about a Fitbit got me thinking about making websites and the nonprofit sector. As we introduce data and analytics into our fields of passion, we must be careful to not lose the joy that got us started.
Now that I run a website completely devoted to nonprofit websites, some of the content that I used to post here makes more sense over there. That’s the case this week as I decided to write on the Nonprofit WP blog. I don’t want my readers to feel left out (I know I missed last week, … Continue reading “Spring Cleaning Your Website on Nonprofit WP”
My newest plugin required some lobbying and changes to “core” WordPress before I could even build it. Here’s why I went through the trouble.
Over on my new site, Nonprofit WP, I just published a brief review of the new Idealware report on selecting WordPress plugins for nonprofits.
Two events for nonprofits using WordPress with a bonus third are all next week in Seattle. I hope to see you there!
Nonprofit WP is an ebook-like website that walks nonprofits through the basics of starting a WordPress site.
Giving Tuesday is coming up December 1st, and year-end giving is just after that. Is your website ready?
Lots of nonprofits don’t have the best password-management systems. It turns out professional baseballs teams don’t either.
The new NGO domains promise better branding, more online prominence, and easy online donations. Do the claims hold up?
This is Part 2 in a three-part series about the new .ngo and .ong domains. To learn what those are, take a look at Part 1: “you.ngo? What are these new domains, anyway?“ So we know that the .ngo domain is new, promises numerous benefits, and might look pretty great in a browser address bar … Continue reading “you.ngo? What Others Are Saying”
There’s a new player in the game competing for space in your browser’s address bar, and it’s for nonprofits only!
The dangers of a DIY website and a suggestion for making better websites on the cheap.
A free WordPress-for-nonprofits event and free WordPress plugin! What could be better? (Answer: Getting back to work on paying projects!)
Frequently Asked Question pages have a place on modern website when the content and design conform to best practices.
It’s a common if misguided notion that bigger and brighter donate buttons and slick snazzy websites are required to get users to donate. That view overlooks some of the most basic requirements to get users giving money on your website.