If you’ve mastered the basics with Google Analytics for your nonprofit website, now’s a great time to level up. Improve your Google Analytics skills by adding goals, events, dashboards, and segmentation. These advanced Google Analytics tactics will help you dig … Read more
In many ways, the whole notion of giving online isn’t the same as it was a month or two ago. For one thing, even if you plan the perfect fundraising campaign, you just don’t know how many of your supporters … Read more
Here’s a simple trick for refreshing your supporter engagement campaigns: Try an eCard campaign. Much like a classic postcard delivered to your mailbox, eCards are a thoughtful, quick way to deliver a personalized message to friends and family. How do … Read more
Do you really need a site redesign? It used to be best practice to fully redesign a nonprofit website every few years to keep up with rapidly evolving technology. But major redesigns can be extremely costly in many ways: They’re … Read more
How will Gutenberg affect your nonprofit website? Gutenberg, the new WordPress visual editor, is the talk of the WordPress community, but many nonprofits don’t yet know much about it. Cornershop’s Meredith Reynolds and De’Yonté Wilkinson put together a webinar to … Read more
If you have bought anything online from a major retailer, you’ve likely used a mega menu. Mega menus are designed to provide site users with a simple top navigation and detailed options below. They often allow more space to show … Read more
We’re proud to announce a new WordPress plugin built to help you find and eliminate duplicate images and attachments from your media library.
We’ve learned a thing or two about good and bad hosting over the last few years, and while we stand by our insistence on access to tools like git and ssh, our list of good and not-so-good hosts has changed.