Why WordPress isn’t always the answer

8 months ago | 7min read | Education

Clients often start their conversation with us like this: “We’d like a website that can do such and such… and we’d like it built on WordPress.” After which we say, “Why WordPress?” The reply is often along the lines of, “Well, we’ve heard it’s good.”

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How to brief your software development team

9 months ago | 4min read | Thought Leaders

New software projects have the power to unlock opportunities for businesses, churches and charities. But getting it delivered without delays or other difficulties can prove tricky at times.

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Is your payment provider costing your charity money?

9 months ago | 5min read | Tips & Techniques

The really really simple answer is yes. Yes it is. But there’s a lot more behind the question.

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How to run a team meeting volunteers actually want to attend

10 months ago | 5min read | Thought Leaders

It’s team meeting time. The volunteers have arrived, free tea and coffee has been served, everyone has taken their seats. How do you make the next hour the exciting, enthused exchange it is meant to be?

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Why integrating your data is a waste of money

10 months ago | 7min read | Education

All the information you need in one place. Sounds good right?

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5 questions to ask before choosing a website hosting company

11 months ago | 7min read | Education

If you’re on the lookout for a website hosting company, chances are you’ve already asked the obvious questions: What support do they offer? What’s their security policy? How much will it cost?

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