What website visitors want to find quickly and easily:
*Photos of children must have the proper release/permission and adhere to Kiwanis International’s photo philosophy. Please read the philosophy on the Images page. What visitors don't want to see: NEXT PAGE
- Who you are: Are you easy to find using search? When visitors land on your site, is it immediately clear who you are?
- Take care to select a website address (URL), also called a domain name, that is short, easy to remember and makes sense to your users.
- Use the official Kiwanis International wordmark and seal customized with your club name. Refer to the Kiwanis International brand guide.
- Where you are: Put your club city and state above the fold (refers to the area of your home page that is visible without scrolling).
- How to find you: List your next club meeting time and location prominently (preferably above the fold; home page placement). Consider also listing the topic or featured speaker.
- Who to contact: Don't force users to click around to find this information. Include the following:
- Mailing address
- Contact name, phone number and/or e-mail link
- Ways to get involved–as a member or non-member
- Also consider: How long does it take to respond to inquiries? Shoot for 24-48 hours maximum. It could be a potential member trying to reach you!
- What you do: Upcoming dates of projects (a future way for the visitor to get involved) – for the week, month or quarter.
- Why you do it: Compelling photos and video tell your story best.
For assistance, contact Matt (sales and support specialist) at +1-317-217-6187, 1-800-549-2647 ext. 187 or email@example.com.