Roundup for July 2011

July 14, 2011 at 9:44 am 1 comment


So You Think You Can Blog? Guidelines For New Bloggers (frogloop)

Some Thoughts on Measuring Blogging Success (Idealware)

5 Tips to Jumpstart Your Blog (Have Fun • Do Good)

Love It: Tumblr Blogs for Nonprofits (Have Fun • Do Good)

Facebook and Twitter

How Not to Flounder on Facebook: Tips for Your Nonprofit (The PR Toolkit for Nonprofit)

Getting the Most out of Facebook for Your Nonprofit Organization (ASU Lodestar Center Blog)

Twitter Days: Great Way to Raise Visibility for Your Cause (The PR Toolkit for Nonprofits)

Follow Friday: Engaging Participants on Twitter (Event Fundraising Blog)

Video and Stories

Sharing Stories (A Small Change- Fundraising Blog)

Using Video During A Solicitation (A Small Change- Fundraising Blog)

Fundraising with Personal Stories: Follow Friday (Event Fundraising Blog)

Other Topics

Best Web Design Planning Tips (frogloop)

Five tips to make sure they take that online survey (Big Duck)

Blending Marketing and Fundraising into Community Engagement Teams (Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog)

Why Conversion Is A Better Objective Than Traffic Referral (Beth’s Blog)

Social Media Decision Trees: When To Dive Deeper (Community Organizer 2.0)

SEO Keywords for Small Non-Profits (Wild Apricot Blog)

How To Lose a Donor in 30 Days (Branded Out Loud)

Lessons From ‘KaBOOM!: How One Man Built a Movement to Save Play’ (PhilanTopic)


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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Regina Mahone  |  July 17, 2011 at 8:49 am

    Thanks for including PhilanTopic in your blog post roundup!


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