We’ve already discussed the importance of your nonprofit’s website making a good first impression. And we talked about how 60% of people check out a nonprofit’s website before deciding to donate. So if you’re not convinced at the importance of your nonprofit’s website (or we’ve convinced you and you’re eagerly waiting for the next few tips), read on!
Before launching your website, you need to double, triple and quadruple check that all of your paths work, there are no broken links and that every possible way that people are accessing content are on the up and up. Trust us, if there’s a path that’s broken, someone will find it. And know what they’ll do next? We’ll give you a hint—it’s not try again. They’ll leave.
For 2 more tips on perfecting your nonprofit web design, check out the link below.
10 Steps to a More Effective Nonprofit Website: Part 3 [NTEN]