Nonprofit websites, just like the organizations behind them, vary in mission, size, and complexity. But almost every nonprofit’s website has one goal in common: it aims to make donating online easy. For some organizations, this might even be the website’s most important job. Here are four ways to ensure that your website’s visitors who are …Read more »
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 …Read more »
Podcast: Should your nonprofit be worried about GDPR and online privacy?
Ochen Kaylan, Senior Developer at Advomatic and attorney, is passionate about online privacy. In a recent podcast with our sister agency, Big Duck, he discusses how to store and manage your donors’ and clients’ information, when enough information is enough, and how your own information is being used.Read more »
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 …Read more »
The Advomatic Team Reflects on Drupalcon and NTC 2018
Two weeks ago, the Advomatic team divided up and went to both Drupalcon in Nashville and the Nonprofit Tech Conference in New Orleans – they happened at the same time this year. (A few of us went to both!) The short story is: We had a great time and met a lot of people and …Read more »
To the Point: Your Web Development Project Needs a Point Person
This post is first in a series on what your organization can do internally to prepare for a website development project and what to expect during the process. No matter who builds your site, your organization will only get the most out of the money you spend by paying close attention to project throughout the …Read more »