Have you ever visited a website url to find that the site no longer exists? There are three specific reasons for this happening. Learn what you can do to prevent a site from going dark.
A coalition website must be carefully maintained, or you just may find that one day it is not there when you or your site visitors need it the most. When that happens, you lose credibility. There are three main reasons why this happens:
The person responsible for maintaining your coalition website doesn't:
1) Pay the hosting renewal fee,
2) Pay the domain renewal fee,
3) Respond to email verification requests from your domain provider.
Recently we learned of the demise of www.kscri.org, a Cities Readiness Initiative (CRI) website that also was used by two public health regions in the State of Kansas. The website had been around for seven years and was used by people from all across the country. One day it disappeared.
The webmasters at eCoalitions understand the importance of routine website maintenance. If you're coalition website is being maintained by someone who wears so many hats they resemble a hat rack, perhaps it's time you considered outsourcing your website management. At eCoalitions, we offer unlimited website design and unlimited website maintenance for a single annual website subscription. We're the #1 provider of coalition website management services in the United States. Schedule a free phone consultation, or contact us via our website today.
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