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The Internet depends on connections – between computers, between people, between ideas. Links, or “hyperlinks” as they were originally called, are a basic tool for creating these connections.

Nonprofit websites, just like the organizations behind them, vary in mission, size, and complexity. But almost every nonprofit’s website has one goal in common: it aims to make donating online easy.

Sarah Durham and Amanda Luker discuss how to constantly improve your website, create different ways to experience content, and run accessibility audits of your nonprofit’s website.

That was then. This is now. In 2013, organizations focused on social good began to embrace marketing automation and make the shift to responsive websites (as opposed to separate mobile ones).

Things aren’t going the way you planned. We’re now in a recession, the pandemic has caused unexpected challenges, and your budgets have been cut. Welcome to the summer of 2020. Still, your website is more important than ever.

An anti-racist is someone who is supporting an antiracist policy through their actions or expressing antiracist ideas.

Sarah Durham (00:04): Hello, everybody and happy Friday. I am Sarah Durham and I am very excited you are here. You can see I’m joined by Joe Coakley.

  Sarah Durham (00:03): Welcome, welcome and happy Friday everybody. I am Sarah Durham and as you can see I am joined by Marion Marquardt who is my esteemed guest today for this conversation.

  Sarah Durham (00:04): Hello everybody, this is Sarah Durham and I am delighted to be your host today for the session on Content Planning and Management 101. We still have a lot of people who are logging in.

Sarah Durham (00:00:03): Hey everybody. Thank you for joining us today. I am Sarah Durham. I am the CEO of Advomatic and we are talking today about marketing place-based programs in an entirely digital world.