The Spacious Blog
One of the most common questions people ask me as a web designer is: “How do I choose the right image type for my website?” This is a great question because the size and file type of images can greatly affect a website’s speed and overall appearance. There are many different options to choose from […]
Just like phones and computers, websites need to be updated every once in a while in order to maintain performance. With every update missed, phones and computers gradually get slower performing basic tasks and running programs. The same goes for websites. When websites are not regularly updated and maintained, performance gradually degrades and it becomes […]
It’s time to redesign your nonprofit’s website, but you don’t know where to start. Here’s my best advice for planning and executing a project that saves you money, avoids common pitfalls, and results in a website you love. Step 1. Define your nonprofit’s goals This is where you get your big picture goals in order. […]
What’s the key to creating worthwhile content as a business owner? Simple, start by answering the questions your clients are already asking you! But how do you know what questions they have? Should you go and post a survey? Not necessary. Here’s a better idea: Keep a Log of Questions Your Clients Are Asking You […]
Coming up with ideas for your nonprofit newsletter is tough. That’s why we did it for you. Here are some ideas you can write about for your next nonprofit newsletter. Send Your Updates Sending out updates in your newsletter is a great way to keep people informed about your nonprofit. Sometimes social media algorithms don’t […]
One morning a few months ago I woke up and took a look outside at my car. Guess what I saw? That’s right. A parking ticket. The automatic reaction when any normal person see’s a parking ticket is anger and confusion. In my case I felt it was justified because I live on a normal […]
Instead of wasting your time trying to crack the formula (or paying thousands to an “expert” that promises to get you on the front page), focus on making your content relevant, updated, and logically organized.