Support Dropped for 6 Wild Apricot Themes. Wild Apricot has announced that it is dropping support for 6 of its older website themes. So, if you are using one of the Wild Apricot themes listed below, let us know if you can use a hand and / or are in the market for a new improved look and […] read more.
When it comes to developing relationships, whether with clients or members, there are 4 fundamental rules to follow. Read Emily Beaver’s article and unearth the details: Strategy #1: Give customers a consistent experience > A branded Wild Apricot Theme can help Strategy #2: Create an emotional connection > Tell them why your organization is passionate about its mission […] read more.
Have you ever thought about how long your customers are ready to wait for the page to load before they leave? Approximately 47% of online customers expect a page to load in 2 seconds or less, while 64% of mobile users expect pages to load in less than 4 seconds. If your website takes longer than a few […] read more.
Google calls it the Transparency Report, and it presents users the opportunity to checkout a website’s security before actually engaging the website. Google says that their “Safe Browsing technology examines billions of URLs per day looking for unsafe websites.” And as a result “[they] discover thousands of new unsafe sites, many of which are legitimate websites that have been […] read more.
Before: The client wanted a clean yet intuitive Wild Apricot website. Their old default Wild Apricot theme was not maximizing conversions and traffic was dropping rapidly. So, the BCPA.Org team approached us at Nicasio Design for our Wild Apricot Theme Refinement Package. After: After the Nicasio Design Wild Apricot Theme Refinement the BCPA.Org team accomplished […] read more.
Often we are asked, what would you say is the best part of Wild Apricot? To this I usually reply as follows: Membership Management Events Management Word-Class Support Let me explain why so that you can understand what the Wild Apricot platform can do for your organization. Membership Management: – Best in class multiple membership levels settings – […] read more.
What Google Proposes We’ve recently helped a handful of clients in removing the Google Site Hacked Warning. So, we thought we’d outline some broad steps for you here – just in case: 1- Go to Google Webmaster Tools 2- Next, click Add A Property. 3- Click Verify this property. 4- Click Security Issues. 5- Click Crawl & Fetch as Google. […] read more.
When it all goes well, and you want to tell the world! Our client needed a migration to Wild Apricot, and to keep the design, layout, navigation, and aesthetics all in place. When we started out the approach was to create the site structure first. Then we would migrate the [and customize for use on Wild Apricot] website […] read more.
The website: The Canadian Council on Africa The Objective: The integration of member focused Wild Apricot widgets for login, profile edit, member directory, event registration, and restricted members-only area while keeping the original design and layouts. The Result: See below a seamless integration of a WordPress website with Wild Apricot functionality. Both CMS and Membership management magic married in […] read more.
The website: Women’s Business Network, Inc. The Objective: New Custom WordPress website design and development with integration of member focused Wild Apricot widgets for login, profile edit, member directory, event registration, and restricted members-only area. The Result: See for your self – a custom branded WordPress website with Wild Apricot functionality integrated for full benefits of both CMS […] read more.
How To Optimize Your Wild Apricot Website The ever changing demands placed on the modern website require quick and efficient adaptability in order to remain relevant to your visitors. This is especially true for designers, whose business is always evolving and challenging. The goal of a great Wild Apricot website is not only to attract visitors, but to funnel those visitors into a desired action; […] read more.
Nicasio Design Custom Wild Apricot API Magic Example #1 – Neuromarketing Science & Business Association (NMSBA) Task – A Custom Event Attendee / Member Directory The Result – Normally, a Wild Apricot’s event attendees list shows the attendee’s Name, Date of Registered, and a link to their profile (if attendee is a member). For example – see image below: Our task though […] read more.