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Our latest thinking on data-driven websites and digital strategy.

Should You Have To Pay For Bug Fixes On Your Website?

The topic of who is financially responsible for fixing bugs on a software project is a question that often comes up during the lifespan of a website. Especially if you don’t have an extensive background in website development and support arrangements, it can be hard to determine what’s “normal” and reasonable in this type of situation.

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Why You Deserve Unlimited PTO And 32-Hour Workweeks

The lines between work and personal life are becoming increasingly blurred with smartphones and tablets constantly interrupting us with work-related emails, texts, and phone calls. Here’s why Brooks Digital is on a mission to create an environment that helps protect your work-life boundaries so you can live an intentional, fulfilling life.

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Balancing Your Nonprofit's Dream Website With Your Budget

For nonprofits, there is often a central tension when it comes to building the right web presence.

It’s the struggle between building a dream website—all of the features and functionality you could ever want for your organization—and the budget—actually being able to pay for all of that stuff. After working with NPOs of all sizes for half a decade, we’ve seen it time and time again.

But here’s a little secret.

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SEO for Nonprofits: The Definitive Collection

There’s no way to beat around the bush, so let’s just say it.

Most nonprofits suck at SEO.

This guide isn’t aimed at making you feel bad or making your organization seem outdated or uncool for not being good at SEO. It’s about providing a foundation of knowledge—a collection of resources—that will take you from, “S-E-huh?” to navigating the world of Google SERPs (search engine results pages) with confidence.

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