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How to Build a Great Nonprofit Website

April 14, 2014

When it comes to building a nonprofit website, functionality reigns as king and inspiring an emotional reaction is his queen. So, what exactly do we mean by “functionality” and “emotional reaction”? Functionality is the ease with which a potential donor can give money to your nonprofit. The emotional reaction...

Does HeartBleed affect WordPress Websites?

April 9, 2014

This week, a major vulnerability has been found in OpenSSL, a very widely-used open source library which allows users to securely connect to websites (at least, in theory). The bug has been commonly dubbed “HeartBleed,” as it targets a flaw in something called the TLS Heartbeat Extension of OpenSSL, which...

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Should you update your brand collateral to match your new website?

April 7, 2014

Let’s say your business is about to launch a new website to take the place of that old, outdated thing that you’ve been using for years (at least it was compatible with Netscape Navigator, right?) – Does this mean that you also need to redo your business cards, stationary...

What is the Average Cost of a Restaurant Website

March 31, 2014

In the good old-fashioned days pre-Internet domination, a good restaurant had a steady flow of customers thanks, in part, to word of mouth. And then the Internet came around, and suddenly restaurants found themselves in a whole new ball game, where the pitcher not only had a good fastball,...

How Long Does a Business Website Last Before it Needs to be Replaced/Redesigned?

March 24, 2014

A question that goes arm-in-arm with, “How much is a website supposed to cost?” is “How long will our website last?” With a landscape that’s evolving quickly, it’s a valid concern. We’ve come a long way from flat HTML websites, and the rise of proprietary website content management systems...

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