Roundup for September 2011

September 9, 2011 at 9:26 am 1 comment

Blogging

Blogging Plan for Nonprofits (Marion Conway – Consultant to Nonprofits)

20 Ways to Be a Generous Blogger (Have Fun • Do Good)

Tips for Sharing Mind-Blowing Blog Posts (frogloop)

Website Management

Creating Website Content: What Do Your Visitors Really Want? (Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog)

Revamping Your E-News Sign-Up Box (Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog)

10 Steps to Creating an Effective Nonprofit Website (Nonprofit Wake Up Call)

It’s Summer – Give Your Website a Quick Facelift (Marion Conway – Consultant to Nonprofits)

The Pre-Holiday, Online Fundraising Workout (DonationPay Blog)

Social Media

Social Media Analytics for Nonprofits: What Factors You Should Track (Event Fundraising Blog)

Thoughts on social media marketing from Grand Junction (JVA’s Nonprofit Street)

Social Media for Nonprofits Takeaways (Causes Exchange Blog)

Webinar Recap: Social Media and Volunteer Engagement (Engaging Volunteers)

Facebook

Research Insights Into Measuring Facebook Fan Activity (Community Organizer 2.0)

What is $450 to a Teacher? (The Quick and the Ed)

QR Codes

QR Codes in Action. Five Nonprofits Share their Experiences (frogloop)

We asked, you answered: How can nonprofits use QR codes? (Idealist Blog)

A Light Bulb Moment for Engaging with Your Audience (“With”isms from Lori)

Other Topics

Can You Merchandise Your Mission? (Marketing for Nonprofits)

Infographics for Nonprofits: The New Storytelling (Community Organizer 2.0)

Who’s Responsible for the Digital Divide? The Answer May Surprise You (TechSoup)

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  • 1. Marion Conway  |  September 9, 2011 at 10:44 am

    Hi Emily,

    Its an honor to have my blog posts listed among these great articles. Thanks so much for putting this resource together for us each month – I always see something that I didn’t know about but glad to have found it here. You put together such a well discerned list for nonprofit folk!

    Marion

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