Things I thought were interesting…more than cat videos 🙂 1. Is Your Nonprofit Recording In-Kind Goods & Services? from Susan Hammond with scHammond Advisors Many nonprofits receive non-cash donations. In fact many count on it for their survival and for the delivery of the services they provide to their constituents. However many do not […]View Post
How to grow your blog is one of the biggest topics most asked about when I present about blogging. In general there are three major things that most bloggers need to keep in mind:
1. Create great content.
2. Blog consistently.
3. Read and comment on blogs in your subject matter.
Social Media & Facebook are what’s being talked about this week, Facebook with its Places and more impending changes. 1. From Smart Blog on Social Media: Understanding Social Media ROI in the Nonprofit Space Businesses and NPOs have different goals, operate under different restrictions and often have very different outlooks, customers vs. engaged participants… 2. From […]View Post advisory board development, Blogging, Facebook, Fundraising, guidestar, nonprofit education, nonprofit resources, nten, Social Media
Here are 5 great posts from around the web that we’ve read this week that can really help your organization. 1. Tracking Social Media Success by Social Media Secrets, IT Backbones. “You must track these inroads to make sure you are being effective. Once you know how your progress is going, you can strengthen areas […]View Post advisory board development, Blogging, Facebook, Fundraising, guidestar, nonprofit education, nonprofit resources, nten, Social Media