The Latest List Of Google Analytics Must Have Settings And Configurations

I’m attending #19NTC (the Nonprofit Technology Conference) in Portland, OR this week and in addition to a presenting a session on creating data driven culture along with fellow ArtsHacker, Ceci Dadisman, I’ll be hosting one of NTC’s new tactical sessions. Tactical sessions are shorter sessions, 30-minutes each, are designed to be deep dives into practical, immediately actionable tips and tricks. If that sounds like a lot like what ArtsHacker.com is all about, you’d be on the right track which is why I am all kinds of stoked about being part of the program for … Read more

WordPress Plugin Review: Carbon Copy Menu Duplicator

Giveaway alert: submit your email to win a free one-year, one-site license for the plugin in this review. Who doesn’t love simple? But when it comes to some content management tasks inside WordPress, simple can get complicated in a real hurry. Case in point, duplicating menus.

While WordPress makes it easy to create multiple menus, there’s no default functionality to duplicate an existing menu. That means if you find yourself in a position where you need to make a copy of a menu, you must rebuild it from scratch, which can become double the hassle if you have a lot of custom link items or use custom classes.

It’s Like Excel On Steroids

Most of us are using Excel to manage any number of things, right? *everyone nods in agreement* I’d like to invite you to try my go-to spreadsheet software: Airtable. You guys, this thing is like Excel on steroids (in a good way).  I use it exclusively to manage advertising campaigns, editorial calendars, speaking engagements, and more. Here are just a few of the reasons why I love it so much: It is in the cloud and it is easily shareable. You don’t have to worry about which version of the spreadsheet you’re … Read more

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