Website Management Roundup for May 2010

May 20, 2010 at 4:23 pm

Members of the Nonprofit Blog Exchange have posted blog entries related to website management.  Listed below are links to four entries.

1. What is your web site’s visual hierarchy?

What catches your eye when you look at your web site’s homepage? What is the first thing you see and the first thing you want to click on? These are questions we almost always ask during a usability test to ensure our visual hierarchy is coming through clearly and consistently.

Read the rest of the entry at Connection Cafe at
http://www.connectioncafe.com/posts/2010/may/visual-hierarchy.htm

2. Nonprofit Marketing Wake-Up Call — 3 Right-Now Website Revisions

I was shaken by new stats on a crucial shift in online user behavior–only 5 to 15% of your website users are coming in through your home page.

Read the rest of the entry at Getting Attention at
http://gettingattention.org/2010/04/nonprofit-marketing-wake-up-call-3-right-now-website-revisions

3. 6 Reasons Your Website Sucks

Nonprofit websites need to be better. No one is going to give you a donation online without first visiting your website. In fact the majority of online donations in 2008 ($15 billion) came in via nonprofit websites.

The rest of the entry is found at Marketing for Nonprofits at http://www.marketingfornonprofits.org/2010/05/6-reasons-your-website-sucks.html

4. Website Best Practices for Nonprofits

This is a guest post on the blog. Website best practices include updated and well organized content, donations, and social media.

This entry is at Nonprofit Conversation at
http://nonprofitconversation.blogspot.com/2010/05/website-best-practices-for-nonprofits.html

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