1. Add a feedback formOne of the very best ways to get more use out of your website is to give its visitors a way to interact. If you add a contact form to your contact page (here's an example), you’ll open up opportunities for accepting comments. It’s welcoming, will help limit spam, and can increase the amount of feedback you receive from your site. A pretty big payoff for something so small.
- Inspirational thoughts – quotes from scripture or elsewhere
People frequently ask me why it's worth it to start some kind of social media program, such as beginning a blog, setting up a Twitter account or establishing a Facebook group. I can go through case study after case study to show why it can offer a good ROI, but I came across this useful analogy on the WebWorkerDaily blog yesterday:
If your nonprofit isn't using social media yet, it's time to think about it! A new report from Talance due February 2009 explores how non-profits in Massachusetts are using social media – or if they’re using it at all. Sign up for notification.
The report is based on a benchmarking survey conducted in November 2008 among Massachusetts non-profits and covers: