Topic: News

AdvoTalk: Content Planning and Management 101

  Sarah Durham (00:04): Hello everybody, this is Sarah Durham and I am delighted to be your host today for the session on Content Planning and Management 101. We still have a lot of people who are logging in. So before we dig into the substance of our discussion today, I want to just do

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What must your website convey right now?

With COVID-19 dominating the news and our lives, we simply cannot go about business as usual. Your nonprofit doesn’t need to be in the healthcare sector to feel the pressure to translate programs and services, events, or volunteer coordination to an online experience.  Given that your website is the first place people are turning to

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Adapting your organization’s website during a crisis

An organization’s website is the first place people look for information, connection, and support – especially now.  Here are a few recent examples and lessons learned.  Help people find what they need fast.  If you have regularly updated news or information to share with your audiences, add a special announcement bar at the top of

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We’ve got your back: planning for Drupal 7 end-of-life

On June 24, 2020 Drupal.org announced that Drupal 7’s end of life has been extended until November 2022 because of the impact of COVID-19 on budgets and capacity. This article still remains relevant– but please note that the dates have been pushed back a year.    If you have a Drupal 7 website, you might

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Why CMOs are the new CTOs

In the past ten years—or even the past five—marketers have gained access to a wealth of new tools. You used to need to be a tech giant like Google or Facebook to do technology-centered, data-driven marketing. Now, all you need is a small team (and the right partners, of course).

So here’s the big question: Has your marketing department kept up with the changes?

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How to Prepare for a Web Project

A web project starts long before the actual kickoff. Even before you secure the budget and go in search of design and development shops, there are several things you can do to get your organization ready to go and set up to have a faster, smoother, more successful experience.

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Election Day Coping Strategy: Tech-Themed Cocktails

Here in the US, November 8th, 2016 is a stressful day. Advomatic can help you with that. Our solution is not quite technical, but it is tech-flavored. As our development team was working trying to work weeping with despair and horror talking today, we were looking at one of our project management tools (Pivotal Tracker). Someone had added what

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Announcing the Advomatic Scavenger Hunt @ Drupalcon New Orleans

  Last year at Drupalcon LA, our team did a conference scavenger hunt based off a list of funny/unusual things we’ve encountered at Drupalcons past. We took a photo of each item for proof, and at the end of the conference, we went through our list and shared our photos. This was a good time. This year, we’re taking

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#15NTC Recap (And the slides you should actually watch)

  Me at most conferences: Me at NTC:   This was my very first Nonprofit Technology Conference, and it was SUPER GREAT. I got to meet some awesome people who I’d previously only ever seen on the internet. Some of us even hugged, so I can confirm that they were not holograms either. And I got

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