How To Tell If Your Website Is a Success

Simply launching a website is a success in itself, but how do you know if it’s hitting the mark with your audience? It’s a crucial question to ask so you know that the time, effort and money you put into your investment is paying off. The key is to set goals before you even begin on your website project, and then break those goals into measures of success. For instance, your goal may be to transmit your message to more teens. Ways you can measure the success of that goal might be:
  • More registrations from people aged 13-18

5 Useful and Free Web-Based Tools

Free Web stuff has never been more available nor more overwhelming. It's easy for a budget-conscious non-profit or other small organization to glom on to any of the thousands of freebie apps out there and out of eventual frustration, opt for a paid service. On the flip side, it's easy to be deluded into thinking free services can do anything a paid service can do. That's one mistake that can get expensive. It's important to pull out the cash when it's worth it. Even if you save a bit, it helps.