Lessons To Learn From Nonprofit Website Management

8 Lessons in Nonprofit Website Management to Learn From Game of Thrones

You should be prepared for the worst – it's best to over-prepare than to be caught by surprise. You need to keep ahead of the evildoers – grab that latest software and make sure it can combat the threats. Take advantage of the free helpers out there such as a password keeper, or a design app. Make sure you evaluate your site from time to time to see if anything can be improved. Run analytics to find out what your site users are doing on your site – are their needs being met? Professional development is key – always keep learning so you can keep up with the times. Make sure your tools such as nonprofit website services and software are really what you need; be prepared to spend money on convenience. Small improvements here and there really add up; don't feel overwhelmed by the big picture and take a look at what you can do now.

Key Takeaways:

You need to imagine your website as a domain to defend against unwanted attacks.

Regardless of the size of your firm and the budget (or lack of it), you must use all available tools at your disposal (existing ones and those you can find free on the web).

Approach your website management in a logical manner and try not to get frustrated with your limitations but to make the most of what you have.

“Swords, crossbows, wildfire. Sometimes you have to make the most of what you’ve got! Luckily there are many free and affordable marketing tools out there to help manage your nonprofit’s website.”

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