- Tue, April 28 2009
- Filed under: Websites and web usability
Oh me oh my! Here at the Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) in San Francisco, ForeSee has released a report saying nonprofit websites score a mediocre 73 out of 100 on their quality scale, a point behind E-government sites.
Here’s the report. Apparently the problem is poor communication about what nonprofits do and functionality that is lacking.
We need to fix this, because as the report says:
One in five visitors to a website are there to make a donation!
Half are more likely to give if it’s a good website!
If you now feel motivated to fix your website, you may want to go here.
And if you’re interested in my presentation from NTC with Mark Rovner—the Seven Things Everyone Wants aka ePhilanthropy Unplugged—you can check it out here.