[Book Research] How do you manage your nonprofit’s website?
[tweetmeme] Although social media gets much of the buzz these days, websites are still central to your nonprofit’s online communications strategy. I am very curious how nonprofits are managing their websites these days:
Are you managing your website manually using a website design software like Deamweaver?
Any nonprofits out there using WordPress.org as your CMS?
How about low-cost, web-based website provider like Webs.com?
Who in your organization is responsible for maintaining and editing your website? Is it staff, or do you rely upon volunteers and interns, or an independent contractor?
Are you happy with your website and what you pay for it? Or is it a frustrating experience that costs more than what you think it should?
How has your website changed during the Era of the Social Web?
I ask these questions because I want to be able to suggest in the book the best website vendors and programs for nonprofits of all sizes and budgets. I have my own ideas and favorites, but I want hear yours. With 1.3 million nonprofits out there in the United States alone, that’s a lot of websites and likely a huge variation in experience. I would greatly appreciate you posting your website link with your comments too. Thank you!