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Carolyn M. Appleton

I agree with your assessment. Websites are still "home base." But being mobile-friendly is essential.

I like what Sarah Durham "tweeted" a while back, "Your website is like your home. It needs to be in order."

When it comes to conducting research about a nonprofit, its mission and accomplishments, or to write a lengthy online grant proposal (or blog article), I normally sit down with my laptop - with its fairly large viewing screen - and for hours. I visit multiple websites and references resources in the process.

Having said that, when "on the go," I am constantly on mobile where I am primarily checking e-mail, app notifications, social media like Twitter, and the like. A strong "home base" website is essential.

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