Designing a website that is unique, modern, and powerfully functional—while still feeling distinctly a part of the Nationals brand.
The core problem with page-level edits is this: the more edits you make, the harder your site becomes to maintain in the long term.
Designing powerful tools for data collection and grassroots mobilization, and that are feature rich — with logged-in user functionality like a personalized supporter dashboard.
By taking these few, super simple precautions, you can save you and your clients and awful lot of headache and embarrassment down the road.
With a little custom theming, you can enable public profiles while tricking Google — and the public — into thinking they’re disabled.
It takes just a single line of code, but has the effect of making your website look almost like a native app on Android.
If you’re running for office in 2016 you ought to be giving NationBuilder a long, hard look.
Using this trick, you can level up your advertising analytics beyond just knowing the click-through rate to knowing who — exactly — you reached on a per-campaign level.
Often, when working with larger, multi-site organizations, the question arises of how best to manage multiple chapters / websites in NationBuilder.
With this simple change, any logged-in supporter who uses the page’s default social widgets (the tweet button, Facebook Like button, etc.) will automatically be sharing their personalized tracking link, giving you the benefit of that additional data.