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  • Getting Buy-In for Your Website Redesign
    Most projects start with the need to address a deficit, and redesigning a website is no exception. Your current website may not be serving your visitor’s needs, the content might read like a brochure or look dated, the layout of the site may make it hard to find the best content you have to offer, […]
  • 10 Ways to Improve The Website You Already Have
    Who doesn’t love a good list? I’m Joshua Jenkins, Americans for the Arts’ Website Coordinator, here to drop some hints and tips on website improvement. I started at Americans for the Arts in the summer of 2013, and played a large role in the final push toward the website launch in December. In a perfect […]
  • Content is King
    As Bill Gates famously said in 1996 at the dawn of the internet revolution, “content is where I expect much of the real money will be made on the internet, just as it was in broadcasting.” Almost two decades later, his predication rings true. Winning websites have quality content that is compelling enough to grab […]
  • The First 3 Steps to Your New Website
    So, you’ve figured out that you need a new website, eh? Whether you came to that conclusion on your own, or with the help of our quiz, you’ve now realized that it’s time to give your website a little TLC. But, where do you start? Do you call a vendor immediately? Do you start on […]
  • How to Build a Winning Website
    Welcome to the “How to Build a Winning Website” blog salon – the first blog salon written entirely by Americans for the Arts staff! I’m Danielle Williams, the Website & New Media Manager at Americans for the Arts. You may not know this, but Americans for the Arts has quite a few websites. Aside from our […]

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