Use Automated Testing For Your Association Website

Your staff just went through an intensive User Acceptance Testing (UAT) process, and the shiny new website looks and performs as expected. You give the go ahead to the vendor to launch the site, and in most cases it is also the last time anyone tests all features of the website. Unless a team member or client notices an issue, no one is actively analyzing the site to ensure it maintains expected performance.

By Manav Kher | June 26, 2020
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Synchronizing Single Sign-On (SSO) with a Domain Cookie, Part 2: Technical Considerations

In the previous post, we went through an overview of SSO with a domain cookie. In this post, we’ll dig into some of the technical considerations when implementing this SSO solution. System Overview As an overview, here are the responsibilities of each website from the previous post: AMS.abc.org (Identity Provider/System of Record): Provides login page […]

By Hans Stechl | July 25, 2018
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An Introduction to Google Tag Manager

Is your organization’s website performance aligned with your business goals?  Without properly leveraging your website’s data, it is difficult to know how you can improve your web presence and improve your users’ experience.  We recommend using Google Analytics, a powerful free web analytics service, to track and report your website traffic. If you manage your […]

By Christi Liongson | June 28, 2018
Personalized Content – CRM Driven Website

The first interaction most people have with an organization is through their website. Having a website that is attractive, easy to navigate, and well organized to engage effectively is essential for every organization. The latest web technologies enable developers to create attractive websites and with some effort, organize content that is easily accessible for customers. But a well designed […]

By Manav Kher | September 13, 2016
PODCAST: Dan Labert from NACBA

We’ve recently rebranded the podcast as the Non-profit Tech Podcast, presented by fusionSpan. This week I spoke over the phone with Dan Labert, the executive director of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys about his recent move from listservs to an online community platform (Higher Logic) integrated with their member database (netFORUM Pro). We touch on challenges he has faced, how he gets members’ input, and his general approach to strategic use of technology.

By Justin Burniske | December 9, 2015
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