Posted on Mar 29, 2019
As a small business or non-profit, you probably do not have a huge budget (if any budget) for advanced search engine optimization and a local marketing strategy. The good news is, Moz.com offers a lot of free tools that can help you jump start this partucilar area of your business. Moz.com is argueably the go-to website for all things SEO and online marketing related offering various paid features, but here are some of the free tools that Moz makes available with a free account.For Search Engine Optimization
Target with Keyword Explorer Leverage the largest, most accurate search keyword database to discover and prioritize the best keywords for your site. Sign up for a free Moz Account for 10 free queries per month.
Research with Link Explorer SEO starts with Link Explorer. Uncover content and link building...
Posted on Mar 18, 2019
It's no suprise, your non-profit organization runs on the generosity of others! Without monetary donations, the mission and vision of your non-profit can slow to a crawl or even halt altogether, which is why it's critical for any non-profit to provide a way for new and recurring donors to process payments as securly and conveniently as possible. If you non-profit runs on Drupal, then you have a lot of different ways in which to accept donations on your website. Customer relationship management (CRM) systems like RedHen CRM and CiviCRM integrate with Drupal and come with their own fundraising components, but if you don’t want to integrate a CRM with your Drupal solution, you have plenty of other options. This blog post covers some of the options available. They range from basic to complex, depending on your needs.Donorbox Embed Widget
Currently, there is not...
Posted on Mar 12, 2019
As you may know, CiviCRM is an open source constituent relationship management platform for non-profits, NGO's and advocacy organizations. It is highly configurable and customizable , which is a great thing as every organization of course has it's own unique needs. CiviCRM is also extremely feature rich and can easily stand on it's own providing it's administrative users all of the necessary tools to manage contacts , online contributions , events , memberships , and email marketing just to name a few. However, if you or your team are utlizing CiviCRM in cominbation with a Drupal website then you'll want to check out the Webform CiviCRM Integration module !
To quote the project page, the module is a "powerful, flexible, user-friendly form builder for CiviCRM. Just as Views can output data in virtually any way imaginable, this module allows you to have data input...
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Posted on Feb 23, 2019
As you may know, there are a lot, and I mean - a lot, of website hosting providers to choose and like most things in life, you get what you pay for. In other words, not all hosting providers are created equal! Drupal, our content management system of choice, is an extremely powerful, flexible and modular piece of software and therefore it needs a more robust and fine-tuned hosting platform to keep things running smoothly. There is of course more than one hosting provider on the market than is able to handle the demands that Drupal brings to the table: Acquia, Platform.sh and Cloudways to name a few, but in our experience Pantheon is the hosting provider that stands out among the rest for a variety of reasons. In fact, there are so many reason that it's not possible to summarize in one blog post so I will break down each section in future blog posts with an in depth review.High-...
Posted on Feb 23, 2019
Over the past several years, a number of misconceptions have emerged about how the search engines operate. For the beginner SEO, this causes confusion about what's required to perform effectively. In this section, we'll explain the real story behind the myths.Search Engine Submission
In classical SEO times (the late 1990s), search engines had submission forms that were part of the optimization process. Webmasters and site owners would tag their sites and pages with keyword information, and submit them to the engines. Soon after submission, a bot would crawl and include those resources in their index. Simple SEO!
Unfortunately, this process didn't scale very well, the submissions were often spam, so the practice eventually gave way to purely crawl-based engines. Since 2001, not only has search engine submission not been required, but has become virtually useless. The...