Roundup for August 2010

August 31, 2010 at 11:43 am 1 comment

Website Management and Blogging

What Makes a Good Non-Profit Website? (Wild Apricot Blog)

Writing For Search Engine Optimization (DonationPay Blog)

What Everyone Should Know About Website Statistics (eJewish Philanthropy)

Nonprofits: Become a personal “content” shopper for your audiences (IMPACTMAX)

A Creative Way to Nurture a Blog (Marion Conway)

Social Media

6 Social Media Lessons for Nonprofits (Wild Apricot Blog)

Designing Social Media Engagement (Community Organizer 2.0)

Would you Turn to Social Media in a Crisis? (frogloop)

20 Social Media Resources for Nonprofits (Philanthropy411 Blog)

How charities can use their social skills (New Philanthropy Capital’s Blog)

Facebook Resources for Nonprofit Organizations (Influence)

Guest Post by John Haydon: Email Acquisition – A Case Study (Community Organizer 2.0)

Other Topics

Ten Ways to Engage Your Supporters (frogloop)

7 Simple Steps to Online Fundraising (Get Fully Funded Blog)

Slideshare Platform Underused By Nonprofits for SEO (Blue Sky Collaborative Blog)

Disaster Philanthropy: Why Are Some Disasters More Appealing than Others? ( Nonprofit Charitable Orgs)


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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Marion Conway  |  September 1, 2010 at 7:45 am

    Hi Emily,,

    Thanks for including A Creative Way to Nurture a Blog on the Roundup. This has been a popular article and I hope it encourages some new bloggers to give it a try.

    You always put such an interesting list together – its a great chance to catch some excellent articles you may have missed.




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