There are 10 must-haves for a successful Nonprofit website. A website should be pulling users in, engaging them and help drive donations in an easy and effective manner. This helps you to do just that. The 10 must haves are the following. Responsive design, which means to fit your website to any screen size and make it user-friendly. Intuitive user-friendly navigation allows the user to easily navigate to the section they are most interested in. Call to Action Buttons is to have a few clear and easy to see buttons. Online Forms that people can easily sign up to stay involved. High-quality photography helps connect users and looks professional. SSL Certificate keeps data secure. There should be a fast loading time of about 3 seconds. Social media integration will help spread the word about your cause. SEO can help in ranking and analytics tracking can measure your success.
- A responsive design is a very important thing to a nonprofit website.
- Having a well thought out navigation is a very important thing for a site.
- People should use logical names in their menus like contact and about.
“Google recently updated its search algorithm to prioritize “mobile friendly” websites in mobile search results. That means websites that aren’t responsive will be pushed down lower in mobile search rankings.”
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