The unfortunate thing about dog clubs and many not for profit clubs in general is that they have very limited resources and what tends to happen is that someone on the club will have a go at designing a website themselves and this the result you get – a colour heavy, text heavy website that looks amateurish and clunky. Even if you are a not for profit organisation, your website is a reflection of that organisation and to me this website screams old, DIY and not outdated.
Depending on how many members you have, consider asking for a small marketing fee so that you can get a professional website that reflects the groups passion. The website will be the home of the clubs history, application forms and a place to put all upcoming events and report on past events. It will benefit the members in that they will be able to easily find information and show others the website without feeling embarrassed.
If there is no one on the committee that is technology savvy, don’t worry. I build websites that are easy to change and maintain and are compatible with tablets and smart phones.
If you are worried that it will cost too much, I can build you a website you would be proud for as little as $650. If you divide that by the number of club members the cost per member is minimal compared to the benefit derived from having one single place to hold all the groups information.
I know how passionate Club Members are about their dogs so let me help you build a professional looking website for your organisation. Call Cloe on 0407 867 894 or email me at [email protected]by