2012 Non Profit Website Best Practices

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2012 Non Profit Website Best Practices

  1. 1. 2012 Non ProfitWebsite Best Practices Speaker: Terry Low, CEO Byte Technology
  2. 2. Alba Farmers MY MuseumBeacon House National Council of Asian American BusinessBoy Scout of America Troop 888 AssociationCentral Coast Visiting Nurse National Philanthropy Day of the Central CoastAssociation & Hospice Old Monterey Business AssociationCommunity Foundation for Monterey Otter ProjectCounty Rotary Club of Monterey PacificGateway Center of Monterey County Safe Blood AfricaHappy Hollow Park & Zoo Salinas Airshow MobileHealth Care for Women Salinas JayceesHope Center of Monterey Society of Animal Welfare AdministratorsHospice Foundation SPCA of Monterey CountyInteract Club of Evergreen Special Kids CrusadeKeep Monterey County Clean The Global Forum on MSM & HIVLes Clefs dOr USA The International Research Foundation forMonterey County Employees Credit English Language EducationUnion United Way of Monterey CountyMonterey Peninsula Chamber of United Way of Santa Cruz CountyCommerce YMCA of Watsonville
  3. 3. Make Your Website Donor Friendly
  4. 4. Make Your Website Media Friendly
  5. 5. Make Your WebsiteVolunteer Friendly
  6. 6. Make Your Organization’sPurpose Obvious
  7. 7. Make Your Website Consistentwith Brand Materials
  8. 8. Consider a News or Blog Function
  9. 9. CaptureVisitor Data
  10. 10. LeverageSocial Media
  11. 11. Mobile and Tablet Compatibility
  12. 12. Make It Easy to Donate
  13. 13. Making itAffordable
  14. 14. Great Non ProfitWebsite Examples
  15. 15. Questions Speaker:Terry Low, Byte Technologywww.byte-technology.com (831) 656-9178

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