Drupal support and strategy for nonprofits


Our latest thinking on nonprofit website support and strategy.

Setting Website Goals When You're Stumped

The problem is that many nonprofits don’t take the time to identify these goals or bake them into the strategy of developing and updating their website.

Rather than identifying key, strategic objectives for the site, they end up with goals like, “make it look pretty,” or, “make sure people can donate.”

These are features—not goals. Big difference.

But don’t feel bad if you’ve fallen for this trap before. It’s remarkably common. And coming up with actual goals for your website can be a bit difficult to do in a vacuum. How are you supposed to know what constitutes a good goal and what’s a ludicrous pipe dream?

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Getting Unstuck: 6 Keys to Avoid Website Project Hell

People are at the heart of every technology project. And ultimately, the mindsets and attitudes of the people involved in a technology project determine whether it succeeds with flying colors, or descends into the hellzone.

Let’s discuss some of the ways that your organization can shift their thinking and their approach to website projects in order to maximize its chances of success.

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Tyler HakesComment
My 5 Worst Productivity Mistakes

A few years ago I was in a serious battle with overwhelm at work.

I was constantly feeling stressed about all the different projects that needed to be moved forward. While my inbox tugged me in five different directions, I had this ever-present feeling of guilt about the things I knew I really should be doing, but kept putting off.

So I set out to find the root of the problem and learn how to get more of the right things done without my responsibilities having an iron grip over my mind 24/7.

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Spencer BrooksComment