Last week one of our clients was asking me about how they should think about the myriad of options for website hosting, and it inspired me to share a few thoughts. The different kinds of hosting I think about hosting for WordPress and Drupal we
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Your website likely has hundreds of pages of content ranging from news stories and events to informational resources and staff profiles. It’s impossible to review all of it and constantly generate new content for each area.
Only a few nonprofits had websites before the late 1990s. Those that did were pioneers, hiring “webmasters” to build and maintain them, often using early code bases and proprietary software. Boy, have things changed!
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A website can be a huge investment of time and money. I know, I’m not telling you anything new. But what if it doesn’t have to be that way? The key is to continuously improve your website so that you sustain the life of it.