I have a few questions...

 

What if I have a larger/one-time project?

Good question! It's common for organizations to reach out when they've identified a larger project they need help with, especially if they're looking to enter into a relationship with a new firm. Many nonprofits use this initial project as a way to evaluate the experience of working with a company before they decide to continue the relationship.

The answer to this question depends on your long-term goals. Are you looking to enter into a relationship with a company after your project is complete to help support and improve your website? Or are you just looking to complete your project and leave it be?

If you're looking to only tackle a fixed-length project with no long-term support, we're probably not the best fit. But if you're looking for ongoing help after the project is complete (provided you enjoy working with us, of course), let's talk more.

 

But I thought the point of Drupal was to give me the ability to maintain my own site?

You're correct - most organizations choose Drupal because they can leverage a sophisticated set of features while still allowing them to manage the day-to-day workings of their website.

However, a data-driven approach means actually using your data to make changes to your website. This continuous improvement process has been gaining traction for years now, and it's no different for nonprofits.

 

What specific capabilities do you offer as part of your ongoing site improvements?

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How well do you know Drupal?

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What if I only want part of the CauseGrow package?

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What if I don't have a Drupal site?

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What does the getting started process look like?

  • Site audit/onboarding
  • Money-back guarantee