More Insecure Content Blocked By Google Chrome

Byte Technology

Beginning in January 2020, Google Chrome will start blocking more insecure elements on web pages. Website developers need to make adjustments to the site’s digital assets (the video, audio and images referred to earlier) to ensure they load properly.

10 Website Design Best Practices for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Your website is the foundation upon which your digital communications and fundraising campaigns are built. How well your nonprofit’s email and social media campaigns perform depend upon how well your website is designed. Maximize your website’s sidebar.

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Overcoming Declining Nonprofit Website Traffic

Connection Cafe

Blackbaud’s just-released Online Marketing Benchmark Study for Nonprofits found nonprofit website traffic was down 14 percent in 2012 compared to 2011. Mobile: With the rise of mobile devices, websites not optimized for mobile devices could have seen fewer return visitors.

[FREE WEBINAR] Introduction to Google Analytics for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Nearly everyone has Google Analytics installed on their websites, but they should. Even if a nonprofit has Google Analytics installed, most nonprofit marketers aren’t taking advantage of the advanced features, or worse yet, they aren’t looking at their analytics at all.

Experts Weigh-In on Nonprofit Website Design Best Practices

Connection Cafe

I often get asked questions about how a nonprofit’s website should look and behave and what benchmarking or evaluation tips I might have. And while I’m usually able to offer some general guidance, nonprofit website design best practices have never been my area of expertise.

Is Your Nonprofit Website Ready for 2017?

Connection Cafe

No matter your mission, having a website that inspires action is crucial to the continued advancement of your cause! Does your website provide an experience that converts interest into action? Is your website responsive?

If Google were a nonprofit, what would its website look like?

Connection Cafe

What makes a great nonprofit website? Think about it – why do all that hard work to drive traffic to your nonprofit’s website, only to have your visitors leave because they found it difficult to navigate or filled with irrelevant content? Google got it Right! Google.

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Top 5 Essentials for Your Nonprofit Website

NonProfit Hub

As your nonprofit starts to build a new website, you may immediately run into questions or roadblocks. How should your website be structured? Website design is important , and leveraging the right web development features will help you navigate many of these questions.

3 Reasons Your Nonprofit Website Needs Responsive Design

Connection Cafe

Did you know that organizations update their website, on average, every 2-4 years? While this seems to be quite frequent, and perhaps more often than some of you may like, if you think about your website in terms of technology, four years is a very long time!

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Google Panda

NetWits

Earlier this year, in February, Google launched its latest search update in the US: Google Panda (or the Farmer update.). The Panda update is said to have changed over 11% of Google’s search results. This advice is backed by Google.

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4 Step by Step Engagement Strategies for Nonprofit Websites

Connection Cafe

” Organizations are always looking to attract more people to their cause and want their website and social media presence to support that goal. So, here I am contributing my own thoughts into the blogosphere on how to “build more engagement” on your nonprofit website.

5 New Google Analytics Statistics For Nonprofits

TechImpact

Image courtesy of Google User Content. Google Analytics, where would I be without you?”. The website measurement and analytics tool serves as a dipstick into the effectiveness of your current marketing strategies, and into the effectiveness of your website as a whole.

Why Your Nonprofit Is Not Ranking on Google

NetWits

The day or week after a website launch, someone will inevitably notice that they can’t find the site on Google, Yahoo, or Bing. You know your website was indexed by the search engines, but it is listed on page 10 in Google – and no one will ever see it!

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8 Tools to Help Manage Your Nonprofit Website

Connection Cafe

You’ve got the usual list of suspects at your organization: the online engagement tool, a blog, social media platforms, and a website. Out of all of these tools, your website is getting the most visibility. A website is a bit like a car. This website will tell you just that.

What Google’s New Algorithm Really Means for Your Nonprofit

Connection Cafe

Making your website responsive and/or mobile friendly will help you lose weight and cut your monthly mortgage payments! In a statement, Google said that site design alone will not improve rankings in search results.

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5 Ways to Make Your Nonprofit’s Website Donor-Friendly

Connection Cafe

They both have websites that do an admirable job of showcasing their impact. Nonprofits have websites in order to fundraise. Sure, websites serve plenty of other needs?—?e.g., And how can a website make charitable giving a given? So how accessible is your website?

4 Ways Nonprofits Can Turn Website Click Data into Actionable Steps

Connection Cafe

Another type of click-throughs, website click-throughs, is still under the radar, though. Some nonprofits spend a lot of time on content and information architecture when redesigning their website. Tools like Google Analytics offer a ton of information. Google.

How to Design Your Nonprofit Website for Better User Experience

Connection Cafe

3 Tips to Design Your Nonprofit Website for Better User Experience : 1. We make decisions based on research about who visits their website and why. Understand Behaviors: Do you know what your visitors are doing on your website right now?

Top 20 Best WordPress Plugins for Nonprofit Websites

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Please join Chuck on October 29 for a webinar on how to prevent your WordPress website from getting hacked. The platform has grown into a powerful publishing tool where organizations of all sizes can extend their website’s capability. Guest Post Websites

Will Google’s Mobile-Friendly Website Search Ranking Kill Your SEO?

John Haydon

You’ve probably already noticed the “Mobile-friendly” designation in Google search results on your mobile phone. If not, here’s a screenshot from my iPhone: Google (along with Facebook, Twitter, etc.) Google’s New […]. Your Website Mobile-Friendly Website SEO

Top 4 Web Hosting Providers for Your Nonprofit’s WordPress Website

Nonprofit Tech for Good

By Chuck Spidell , founder of ILLUSIO and a WordPress Strategist committed to helping nonprofits get their websites unstuck and moving forward. In this article, you’re going to learn about four web hosting providers that your nonprofit should consider using if your website uses WordPress.

Google Analytics - Site Search

Connection Cafe

This post is the fifth in an ongoing series about Google. If you’re not yet familiar with Google Analytics, it’s a free tool from. Google that you can add to your site to give you information about how. Author: Alissa Ruehl.

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The 5 Ways Your Nonprofit’s Website Generates Traffic

TechImpact

Driving web traffic to your nonprofit’s website is likely at the top of your to-do list. You’ve invested in it, consistently update the content, post to your blog, and market events through your website. Go ahead and Google it.”. Google.

Nonprofit Website Usability

VisionLink

This week, I attended a wonderful Denver Tech4Good session on how nonprofits can make their websites more usable and easier to navigate. Do a user test of the VisionLink website and see how we are utilizing tips from this post to improve our organization''s site!

6 Website Optimization Tips to Make Your Higher Education Institution Shine

Connection Cafe

Your higher education institution likely has several goals and requirements in mind when building and maintaining your website. Your audience is used to polished, easy-to-navigate online spaces and a mediocre website negatively affects their perception of you.

6 Must-Haves for Your Nonprofit Website

NonProfit Hub

Now more than ever, a sleek and functional website is essential to your nonprofit’s brand. But we’ve got you covered: here are six elements that will lure donors to your website and keep them there once they arrive.

How to Measure Social Media Traffic on Your Website with Google Analytics (Video)

John Haydon

This video will show you how to measure traffic from Twitter, Facebook and Google Plus using Google Analytics. Your Website Facebook google analytics google plus measurement Twitter

Why Google’s Algorithm Update Was a Good Thing for Nonprofits

Connection Cafe

Google’s recent mobile algorithm update has been a very good thing for nonprofits. But it has forced them to take a closer look at their mobile experience and how well their website is optimized for search engines, also known as SEO.

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Google+ Opens Up to NPOs

NCE Social Media

Google+ finally is allowing charities (and businesses) to have their own pages on the Google+ platform. John Haydon has created a video explaining how to create a Google+ page for your website. Do you have a Google+ page for your agency? Education and Training Tools g+ Google Plus Tips Googleplus haydon kanterNo more work arounds. Beth Kanter has already started pulling together a circle of all charities who have a page.

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Easy B2B Tips for Google+ Users

SocialFish

Businesses often use Google+ to connect with target audience members but forget it’s also a useful tool to gain prominence among peers in the marketplace. Use Google Circles to Create Personas. One of the primary goals of using Google+ for B2B purposes is to demonstrate authority.

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Google+ Best Practices for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Currently Google+ is only available to invited individuals. Finally, Google+ Entity Profiles will launch after the release of Social Media for Social Good: A How-To Guide for Nonprofits , so please consider this blog post a supplement to the book. Sign up for a Google Account.

BREAKING: Google is shutting down Google Reader on July 1

SocialFish

From the Official Google Blog : We launched Google Reader in 2005 in an effort to make it easy for people to discover and keep tabs on their favorite websites. So, on July 1, 2013, we will retire Google Reader.

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Google+ Icons For Your Website, Blog, and e-Newsletter

Nonprofit Tech for Good

A “Google+ icons&# search in Google Images reveals numerous free Google+ icons available for download, however most are embedded in images files. Many of you have to tools to extract and crop the icons for your website, blog, and e-newsletter, but for those of you that don’t, simply right-click on the Google+ icon in the right-hand column of this blog for an icon that is 64 pixels x 64 pixels. 10 Free Beautiful Sets of Google+ Icons.

Being Human: Google’s New API Solves an Internet Annoyance

Byte Technology

As long as there have been websites, there have been tools in place to keep those sites safe from spam and hacker abuse. Google recently unveiled their “No CAPTCHA reCAPTCHA” feature that works on a simple and logical premise: it just asks users whether or not they’re robots.

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Your Website Health Check: Part 1

NetWits

When was the last time you stood back and tried to evaluate the performance of your organisations website? To get started, pull all of the key staff members responsible for the website together for few minutes and consider: What are they key goals of your organisation?

Google Analytics - Annotations

Connection Cafe

This post is the sixth in an ongoing series about Google. If you’re not yet familiar with Google Analytics, it’s a free tool from. Google that you can add to your site to give you information about how. Author: Alissa Ruehl.

Google now denies program to nonprofits they used to serve

Judi Sohn

At Fight Colorectal Cancer, we switched from web host email to Google Apps in 2007 and we haven’t looked back. Last summer, I set up Google Apps for my synagogue. Both IRS-recognized nonprofit organizations are using the Education Edition of Google Apps, which offer more features, support and storage space than the Free edition. Google used to offer the Education Edition free of charge to any 501(c)3 organization. Google won’t say.

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Your Website Health Check: Part 2

NetWits

Here is part two of the website health check. Your website’s forms. How many forms do you have on your website? Your payment processes are contained within the same website – donors don’t have to go off on to a third party payment provider. Welcome back!

Google+ Best Practices for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Now that Google+ is open to everyone, all nonprofit staff can start experimenting and familiarizing themselves with Google+ before the brand pages, also known as Google+ Business Profiles , are launched later this month. Sign up for a Google Account. Join Google+.

Google+ Best Practices for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

UPDATED 1/8/12: Thanks to the launch of Google+ Pages for brands, Google+ traffic hit an all time high in December 2011 and it’s likely that the trend will continue in 2012. If your nonprofit has yet to get on Google+, now would be a very good time to start.

5 Ways To Instantly Enhance Your Nonprofit Website

TechImpact

In the past, we have discussed the importance of your nonprofit’s website, and generating traffic to it. According to a study conducted by The Millennial Impact , 75% of millennial donors would be ‘turned off’ by an outdated website. Mobile Tech nonprofit nonprofit technology website

Google+ Best Practices for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Also, since the Google+ Pages launched after the release of Social Media for Social Good: A How-To Guide for Nonprofits , please consider this blog post a supplement to the book. Finally, I will be offering a Google+ and Google Products Webinar for Nonprofits on February 28, 2012.

4 Ways Nonprofits Can Turn Website Click Data into Actionable Steps

Connection Cafe

Another type of click-throughs, website click-throughs, is still under the radar, though. Some nonprofits spend a lot of time on content and information architecture when redesigning their website. Tools like Google Analytics offer a ton of information. Google.