Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Welcome To The New NonProfit Times

If you have been to The NonProfit Times' website this morning, you will have noticed it looks a little different. This is the result of a new design we have been working on for some time now which will make the site easier to navigate.

“This new evolution of our web platform reflects a year-long effort to meet the information needs of our readers and advertising partners,” said John McIlquham, president/CEO of The NonProfit Times. “We're proud of these changes because our subscribers have been vocal in what type of information presentation they need us to provide. Our advertising partners also provided valuable feedback.”

The new web platforms for The NonProfit Times, Exempt Magazine and the Nonprofit Job Seeker, the site's career center, incorporate more than an updated new design that allows for greater video and audio capability. It is also built on a content management system featuring a new ecommerce platform and recommendation engine. The new features allow more content centric access to a huge catalog of articles, interviews and videos.

The launch offers a more integrated approach to executive functions so that web visitors can tour information on all three sites from one location. There will be interactive links to education, online libraries, grants and jobs boards that multiply a visitors’ ability to tap into a substantial and growing information base.

We are also happy to announce that the new website has been optimized for smartphones and tablets, allowing users to access the latest nonprofit news and information wherever they are.

A look at the mobile version of the new site


"We're excited about this new effort to reach out to more organizations looking for expertise in managing, hiring and promoting their cause," McIlquham noted, "because technology has opened vistas for our subscribers in accessing information that will translate into new ideas, new opportunities and new funding for their missions." Visit http://www.thenonprofittimes.com to learn more about the re-designed site.

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