If your website is in need of an overhaul, and your organization does not have the IT staff necessary to complete the changes, a web management service will need to be brought in. A web management service firm houses staff members for all parts of website management and maintenance ranging from solutions architects to web programmers and system administrators.

A Content Management System, or a CMS, is the backbone of almost every dynamically updated website on the internet. CMSs separate your website’s code from its content - meaning your website’s information is handled independent of its structure. CMSs sync a web server to a database, which is where the site’s content lives.

Your website’s 99% is an important piece of information to understand. 99% represents the overwhelming majority of visits and interactions with your website. By understanding how your visitors are accessing your website you too can ensure it functions flawlessly for 99% of its use-case scenarios.

Content management is a huge part of business for today’s websites. After a meteoric rise in the number of internet users and social media sharing over the past decade today’s businesses need to keep their website’s content fresh and up-to-date in order to attract repeat visits and interactions.

Quality Assurance on the web, often referred to as QA, is a proof and review of a product or deliverable - in our case web applications and websites. QA is independent of the design and development processes in order to test a product’s many uses in the myriad of ways an enduser, especially those unfamiliar with the software, might. The QA process is expected to discover design issues and development errors while testing a product’s user interface (UI) and gauging the user experience (UX).

Thanks to the digital age Non-Profit Organizations (NPOs) are more equipped than ever to disseminate information and garner support worldwide. Once a visitor has landed on your website there are hundreds of free tools that can be employed by NPOs to turn anonymous visitors into vocal supporters. Here are four of our favorite free web tools to advance your NPO’s mission.

Google hasn’t been hiding the fact that it has made significant changes in the new algorithm it’s launching today.  Many are referring to this algorithm update as ‘mobilegeddon’ because of the impact it’s expected to have on websites that aren’t mobile friendly. Previous updates to the algorithm, such as Panda, affected approximately 11% of sites and caused a significant stir in the online community as the rankings for major brands were affected.