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    Rethinking the nonprofit landing page

    Nonprofit Communications

    As much as we like to use the newest and latest technology on our homepage, sometimes less is more. This landing page discourse focuses on the nonprofit use of the landing page.

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    Job Hunting in San Diego, CA for a Front End Developer Position

    Life Events

    Yesterday was my last official day with the American Sportfishing Association as Web Manager for KeepAmericaFishing. Due to the fact that I could not work remotely in a permanent fashion and now that the transition to the new Web Manager is complete, I am moving on. Today, kicks off my job search as a full […]

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    Are you looking for a Front End Web Developer? I’m your guy.

    General Thoughts, Life Events

    Today, I received word that my replacement at the American Sportfishing Association (ASA) was found and an offer was accepted. As such, my time at ASA is coming to a close in the middle of September (that is, unless I find something sooner). My duties will remain until the beginning of September and then I […]

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    …And So Begins My San Diego, CA Job Search

    General Thoughts, Nonprofit Communications

    Now that my cross-country move to San Diego, California is complete, I thought I would provide a quick update about my job search. My current employer, the American Sportfishing Association (ASA), whom I am performing remote work for, is through their second round of interviews for my replacement as the Web Manager for KeepAmericaFishing, leaving […]

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    E-marketing: Managing an E-mail Marketing Platform Migration

    New Media, Nonprofit Communications

    Over the last couple of weeks I have been in charge of a migration from one Salsa Labs platform to another. The reason for this seemingly meaningless and unrecognizable change, at first glance to the end-user, is to host the KeepAmericaFishing™ actions, e-mail and donation forms on their own dedicated IP address. Previously, KeepAmericaFishing actions, […]

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    Implementing the 960 Grid System in Web Design

    Blog Tools, New Media

    Recently, I ran across an article on Six Revisions entitled, “The 960 Grid System Made Easy” by Joshua Johnson. I have known about the 960 Grid System for some time now. However, I had yet, up to this point, to implement the system in any of my designs. As I had some time on my […]

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    A Few Words About KeepAmericaFishing™

    New Media, Nonprofit Communications

    If you’ve been following me lately, you know that I recently started a new position with the American Sportfishing Association as Web Manager for KeepAmericaFishing™. These past three weeks have been amazing and incredibly challenging in many ways. First, I have never used Salsa Labs or ExpressionEngine in a professional capacity before. My learning curve […]

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    I Have Accepted a New Position: I’m Going Fishing with

    Life Events, Nonprofit Communications

    Today, I write with fantastic news. I have accepted a new position with the American Sportfishing Association as Web Manager of In short, this position includes the “day to day responsibility for implementing and coordinating the content, design and functionality of [Web site].” I will be implementing online fundraising, advocacy, e-marketing, search engine […]

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    Strategy: Four Simple Steps to Migrate from an E-Newsletter to a Blog

    New Media, Nonprofit Communications

    Recently I wrote a response to the Progressive Exchange Listserve regarding the question of whether or not to convert an active e-newsletter into a blog. The short answer, in my opinion is yes, you should convert your regular e-newsletter into a blog. But only if it makes sense for your organization to do so. For […]

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    A Brief Update – My First Video

    Blog Tools

    I thought I would steer off the beaten path tonight and record a brief video update about the progress I am achieving with this blog. I have a bit of experience editing video working with United Cerebral Palsy and I thought I would leverage it to create something here. I hope to create more in […]