Roundup for February 2008

February 24, 2008 at 8:00 pm 2 comments

Blogs and Websites

10 Reasons Why Every Nonprofit Must Have a Blog (Wild Apricot Blog)

Advice on Blogging for Learning (The Bamboo Project Blog)

Blogging about autism (Easter Seals)

What works: 10 seconds on your web site (happydonors)

Remember accessibilty when using widgets on your website (Laura’s Notebook)

Extreme Website Makeovers (BlogBaud.com)

Social Networking and Fundraising

Should You Social (eJewish Philanthropy)

The JNF: $2.5M Raised Online in 2007 (eJewish Philanthropy)

Creating Community (Cause+Effect)

Videos, Maps, and Mashups

You’re Still Not Using Video? (eJewish Philanthropy)

Visit EfficienCity: a clean, green climate-friendly town (Greenpeace)

Writing and Communications

10 mistakes to avoid with email newsletters (The NonProfit Times)

Getting to the point with bullets (79 Grant Writing Resources You Can’t Live Without)

The Art of Chunking: An Online Writing Essential (Nonprofit Communications)

Two Great Nonprofit Marketing Lessons on NBC Nightly News (Nonprofit Communications)

Reports and Surveys

Online Philanthropy Markets: Report from Keystone (Gift Hub)

2007 State of the Nonprofit Industry Survey (BlogBaud.com)

Giving/Volunteering/Nonprofit News

Got the Winter Blues? Giving May Cheer You Up (Have Fun Do Good)

WFP and The Hungry Times Ahead (Haiti Innovation)

Hearts and Crafts (Volunteer Boston)

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2 Comments

  • 1. Leyla Farah  |  March 2, 2008 at 5:33 pm

    Emily – Thanks for including C+E in the latest roundup! The H+R Block case study is really a fascinating one, and I’m glad your readers will have a chance to chime in on it.——Leyla FarahCause+Effect – Public Relations with a Purpose

  • 2. Mrad  |  March 4, 2008 at 1:33 pm

    Great list – thanks for sharing!

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