Roundup for August 2007

August 5, 2007 at 5:32 pm


How to write a nonprofit blog that will be read (from Donor Power Blog)

Tiptoe into Blogging in 5 Sensible Steps (from Getting Attention)

How Do You Measure the Success of a Blog Post? (from The Bamboo Project Blog)

Top 5 Blog Posts for June and July 2007 (from Wild Apricot Blog)

Google Analytics/Web Analytics

How to use Google Analytics to track your top blog posts (from Wild Apricot Blog)

Check out Google Analytics and Nonprofit Leadership 601 (from Marion Conway – Consultant to Nonprofits)

How many site visitors do you have? Or is that the wrong question? (from See What’s Out There)

Facebook, RSS and Video

The Long, Long Tail of Facebook Causes (from frogloop)

Want to Teach People About Web 2.0? Do It Through Facebook (from The Bamboo Project Blog)

YouTube for bird watchers?(from Green Media Toolshed Blog)

Have You RSS-Enabled Your Site? And If You Have, Can Readers Find Your Feeds? (from The Bamboo Project Blog)

Other Technology Topics

Who Else Wants To Surf The Web And Help Charities?(from Everyday Giving Blog)

Who Is Telling Your Story? (from Random Thoughts on Life and Work)

Other Topics

The Green in You: Making Conscious Decisions to Help Our Environment (from Younger Women’s Task Force)

New Blog Listed at the Nonprofit Blog Exchange

I thought The Official Blog of Zalul Environmental Association was interesting to share in this roundup. This organization is in Israel and they are committed to protecting and maintaining clean, clear water along Israel’s rivers and shorelines.


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