Two Easy Methods For Shutting Down Comments In WordPress

WordPress is great…until it isn’t. The good news is most of those shortcomings are pretty easy to work with if you know your options. Moreover, most of them tend to be holdovers from the days when WP was primarily a blogging platform. Case in point: comments. For most arts organizations using WordPress for their publishing platform, the comment functionality is a pretty low priority if not entirely unnecessary. Unfortunately, comment fields show by default on posts and even when deactivated, you can still get targeted by comment spammers. We’re going to cover … Read more

Who’s Interested In An RFP Resource Site?

I need your help today. Specifically, I’m looking for some feedback on an idea a colleague and I have about creating an online Request For Proposal (RFP) portal that nonprofit arts and culture orgs could use, free of charge, to post RFPs and solicit bids. Here’s an overview: The site would accept listings for all the things organizations solicit bids for: IT, web, CRM/Ticketing, grant writing, marketing, data analysis, etc. Submitting listings would be free. In order to maintain a necessary degree of confidentiality, listings would remain behind a paid subscription wall. … Read more

Print With A Purpose

We tend to question whether or not we still need to place print advertising. The efficacy of newspaper ads  depends on your market and target audience. That said, I just saw a really great use of a print ad that is totally outside the box. Love Beauty and Planet recently placed an ad in the New York Times that isn’t just an ad, but it is actually wrapping paper. Not only does this adhere to the brand’s philosophy of being environmentally-friendly, but it is also clearly tailored to their target audience: women. … Read more

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