Content Manager Communications

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Our Team's Goal

To help you simplify and optimize content on your Club's website

What is a Club Content Manager?

A Club Content Manager is someone who oversees the content presented on their club’s website.  They are responsible for creating, editing, posting, updating, and occasionally cleaning up outdated content. The main responsibility of the content manager is to keep the information displayed on the website fresh, informative, and appealing. Their ‘content strategy’ is to create, write and manage content so as to be a voice for your Club. It takes creativity, leadership skills and of course, writing ability, to produce and publish good content.

Gene’s Column

Tips, tricks and other things from our Volunteer Trainer Gene Mitofsky!

Photo copyrights

Respect copyrights.  You cannot use a photo or cartoon you see on the internet without the owner’s permissions.   There are sites with copyright free (or subscription fees) that you can use. 

Missing Text update

If you are still not seeing text in your text module, sometime by opening it, closing it and then immediately opening it again will cause the text to show. 

Missing text in module

There have been some reports of people not seeing the contents of a text module, but the module shows the text on the website.   The IT department is aware of the problem and researching solutions.   In the meantime, I suggest that you highlight and copy the text from the website, then open a new text module and paste in the text.  Preview the page and if both texts appear.  If they both appear then delete the problem module and keep new module.

The eyeball

The eyeball   When you use a module to the left of the “Save and Exit” you will see an icon that looks like an eyeball.  If you click it (takes a little time) you will see how your page looks on a computer screen, a tablet, and a cell phone.  This can be handy specially to see how a photo will look. 

Also, always remember to name you module.  At the bottom where is says “Admin label” leave the type of module but add a short description.  By doing this you can easily find the module you need from among many on a page.


Write content for your Club’s website.
Create content that informs, educates and guides your audience!


Identify new content opportunities.
Explore ways to share your Club’s purpose!


Update content on your Club’s website.
Let words and pictures tell your Club’s story!