Does Your Association Need Feathr?

A Look at Digital Marketing Software for Associations   If you’ve ever set up a digital campaign—whether through Facebook ads, retargeting, or email—you know current technology provides lots of great opportunities to get in front of your targeted audience as they go about their online lives. But managing digital advertising across different platforms can feel overwhelming, especially if you don’t live...

Is your website working for you or against you?

1 in 5 relationships start online. This means first impressions are everything and, usually, the first impression is made based upon the website experience. Sites that don’t clearly communicate who an organization is or its mission and values tend to have high bounce rates. So how can associations use their websites to initiate strong, lasting relationships? The Importance of Your...

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Hey, Alexa…is Voice Search Here to Stay?

There are roughly 118 million smart speakers in American homes today. And, research shows that three out of five adults use voice search to find information on the internet. Many believe next year, half of all searches will have shifted from the keyboard to the microphone. I know this may be hard to believe, but take a moment to watch...

Best Practices for Blog Categories and Tags

How to ensure your blog taxonomies are SEO and user friendly When it comes to search engine optimization, having an active blog with useful content is one of the best strategies you can employ—but the way you organize that content matters. Used correctly, blog categories and tags can boost your search engine traffic, bringing in new visitors interested in the...

How To Conduct A Moderated Usability Test

If you’ve read our post on Getting Started with Usability Testing, you know it’s important to get user feedback on your new website or redesign before you make costly mistakes. Running a moderated usability test is one of the best ways to hear directly from your audience members. Usability testing can be scaled in many ways, but no matter how...