Summer is a great time to get your nonprofit's website into good shape.

Many nonprofits find their website visits drop off in the summer, making it a good time to update pages and experiment with new features. You want to work out the kinks and make sure everything is current and working smoothly by fall, when online giving goes way up. Working on your website is also a good project for tech-savvy teens and college students looking for summer internship projects.

Check out these articles from my Nonprofit Communications Blog or on Nonprofit Marketing Guide.com to find out what makes a good nonprofit website.

10-Point Basic Website Checklist for Nonprofits

Your Nonprofit Website: Five Quick Fixes

Why Your Nonprofit Website Should Have Multiple Domain Names

Five-Step Strategy to Marketing Your Nonprofit Online

The Art of Chunking Your Website Content

Easy Ways to Track Your Online Marketing