Roundup for August 2006

August 14, 2006 at 4:00 am

The Nonprofit Blog Exchange list is growing. There are now about 120 nonprofit related blogs listed. I have decided to write a summary of some of the blogs listed in the exchange. This will be posted at least once a month.

What have some of the Nonprofit Blog Exchange participants been writing about in the past few weeks?

Celeste at Studio 501C wrote about a guide for nonprofit publications. This guide is called PR 2.0 Essentialsand “it would be helpful to nontechies in nonprofits who want to learn how to interact with external audiences through social bookmarking, RSS, blogs, podcasts, and more.”

There was a recently a Blogathon where bloggers raise money for charities. One of the charities that bloggers raised money for was First Book, a member of the Nonprofit Blog Exchange. They wrote about the results of the Blogathon in their blog. Nine bloggers blogged for First Book and they raised more than $2250 for the organization, which will buy over 900 new books for children in need.

Network for Good has a new study titled “Impulse on the Internet: How Crisis Compels Donors to Give Online.” Beth of Beth’s Blog wrote a blog entry about this study at her entry titled Network for Good Study of Disaster Giving.

While on the topic of disasters, Where Most Needed has an entry about a recent report about the Indian Ocean Tsumami. This entry can be found at Tsunami Report Calls for Accreditation of Charities.

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