Project: Performance Roofing

Front page of Performance Roofing Website

When your business expands to the point where it’s time to devote a site to a new division, give us a call. Our existing client, Performance Painting, has given their roofing division even more room to grow. If your customers say excellent things about you on sites like Yelp, Google Reviews and Facebook Reviews, we …

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Project: Van Alstyne Community & Economic Development Corporation

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Our nonprofits or agencies evolve, so don’t forget to reorganize your website to reflect your mission and staffing. In September of 2020, we combined two sites we developed several years ago and have been managing since into a single new site for both corporations: Van Alstyne Community and Economic Development (VACED) vaced.net. The new site …

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Nonprofits: Why Hire Someone to Design your Website?

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As I said in my post about print projects, I have a passion for non-profit organizations. Each one is different and faces unique challenges. And, it’s extra motivating to use my skills to raise money for education, solve hunger, or help a city prosper. Many small non-profits don’t think they can afford to have a professional …

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Project: Bluebonnet Meats

  When the owners of Bluebonnet Meats purchased a custom processor that had been around for decades, they created an image that reflects their commitment to modernization and the fact that they are true “foodies.” The audience is upscale restaurants that buy their meats, as well as farmers and hunters who want assurance that they …

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Including these Seven Things on your Website will Increase Donations

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Did you know that there are 23,000 nonprofits in North Texas? That’s a lot of competition for support, donations, and volunteers. Most nonprofits already do a great job talking about their mission and programs. I advise nonprofits to make the case that they also are good stewards of donor money and time. Thanks to a …

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Local Gov & Nonprofits in Texas: Add the 2020 Census to your To-Do list!

I bet you really wanted another thing on your to-do list, right? Since the state of Texas is not spending money on or making plans for the 2020 census, it’s up to us to make sure our cities, towns and unincorporated areas are counted. Here is the bad news: Some Fear Undercount As Texas Decides …

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Bookkeeper Steals $1.3M through PayPal: How to Keep your Nonprofit Safe

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A Fort Worth woman was sentenced to 15 years in prison after admitting she stole $1.3 million from the Stockyards Rodeo over a three year period. D’Ann Elizabeth Wagner, who was a bookkeeper for the Fort Worth Stockyards Rodeo, used a PayPal account on the organization’s website that was linked to her personal information to …

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