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Advotalk: Nonprofit Communications Engine

The Nonprofit Communications Engine, Sarah Durham’s new book, helps nonprofit communicators and leaders to leverage communications in order to advance their mission. In this conversation, Sarah Durham will define what “success” means for nonprofit communications regardless of mission or size, and unpack the six core elements necessary to achieve it.   This invitation-only conversation with

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Advotalk: Bridging the Gap Between Content Creation and Technology

Fundraising. Programs recruitment. Advocacy. Marketing. The website is critical to advance each department’s goals online and organizations all have limited tech resources. Stanford University’s Marion Groh Marquardt will join Sarah Durham to share her techniques for engaging internal stakeholders, juggling tech and bandwidth restraints, and constantly improving a website in any size organization.    

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Who Really Owns Your Nonprofit’s Website?

The internet used to feel like the wild west. Websites sprung up like homesteads, built by an enterprising range of people using all sorts of source code. If you worked in the nonprofit sector in the 1990s, the odds are good that your organization built its first site in a proprietary system using custom-built code

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Campaign Websites and Accessibility

Miami Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired, an accessibility advocacy organization, analyzed all the 2020 presidential candidates’ websites, and found that NONE of them were fully accessible. We went through the websites, and found several common issues, many of which are easily remedied. 

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