Blogging for Nonprofits: Handling Negative Comments

Posted by Wesley Powell

May 5, 2011 8:28:00 AM

handing negative commentsOne of the goals in blogging for a non-profit organization (or a for-profit business) is to engage your audience. Successful bloggers will tell you that they want people to respond to what they say.  It’s one of the things that distinguishes blogging from advertising: It’s not a monologue, it’s a conversation. The same thing is true with social media platforms such as Facebook. The interaction is what makes it social.

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Topics: Nonprofits, Blogging


Blogging for Nonprofits: The Difference Between a Blog and an Appeal

Posted by Wesley Powell

Jan 10, 2011 9:29:00 AM

Blogging for NonprofitsIf you work for a nonprofit organization, you know a certain fact of life: Nonprofits ask for money. There’s nothing wrong with that and you shouldn’t feel bad about it. If you have a good blog, it can facilitate that process. But be careful: Your blog should be appealing, but it shouldn’t be an appeal.

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Topics: Nonprofits, Blogging


Nonprofit Blogging: Getting to Know You

Posted by Wes Powell

Jan 5, 2011 9:21:00 AM

Nonprofit BloggingA lot has been written about how businesses can effectively use blogs as a key component in their marketing strategy. But what if your business is a nonprofit organization? Does blogging still make sense?

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Topics: Nonprofits, Blogging


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