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Taoti MarCom Award 2015

Taoti wins MarCom Award for National Association of Counties website

We’re thrilled to announce that we won the MarCom Gold Award for our work on!
The MarCom Awards are a creative competition recognizing the concept, writing and design of print, visual, audio and web materials and programs. Judged by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals, The MarCom competition has grown to one of the largest of its kind in the world with more than 6,000 entries every year.

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#DrupalGTD Highlights from the USDA

Several Taotians were among the Drupalers at the USDA on Nov. 20 to learn and share their Drupal wisdom. Here's a selection of tweets from the event.

In addition to a seminar called "Drush:Command Line is Cool" led by our development team, Taoti's Sam Harper gave a lightning talk about our interactive training program for the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners. You can view the slideshare here.

Great Digital Presence Taoti Nten

The Oft-overlooked Tactics That Always Undermine a Great Digital Presence

Many factors go into planning, designing, and building a great website that’s designed to meet your audience’s needs. But too often, a recurring series of habits combine to chip away at how much that site can live up to its potential. This is true at nonprofits with small staffs that do not include a dedicated web team. However, the scenarios listed below can be just as likely to occur at large organizations at which staff members have “update the website” on a to-do list longer than their arms.

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Can I help you find something? Using 404 pages effectively

When I first moved to Washington, I found the city's inhabitants to be fairly unwelcoming. I decided to do my part to change that and create positive interactions for others (read: tourists), mostly by way of giving directions. My husband says I'm a vigilante helper; I see it as being friendly. Either way, it probably explains why I like the recent trends in 404 errors (commonly referred to as "page not found").