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12 Tips for Writing More Blog Posts Each Week

I write six to seven posts each week on four different websites, which might seem amazing. But I used to struggle to write just two posts every week (seven is still a struggle, which is a good thing). Here are a few things I’ve do that have help me be more efficient (but still authentic) with my blogging: Dragon […]

Two ways Google Plus will change how nonprofits connect with their supporters

If you’re reading this and work for a nonprofit, don’t waste your time with Google Plus – especially if your peanut butter is already spread too thin. However, if have time and you’re the curious geek type, go for it! As Andy suggests, “Experiment Personally then Apply Professionally”. Just know that the vast majority of […]

How to get the most from Facebook “like” buttons on our nonprofit website

Unless you’ve been living under a rock without a Facebook profile, you’re aware that more and more websites are getting more traffic with Facebook’s “like” button. Facebook has been measuring the impact of these plugins for almost a year now. Here’s what they’ve found: More traffic. The average site received a 300% increase in referral […]

Why you should should be blogging for your Nonprofit

Ten years ago, blogging used to be called journaling. And  for good reason. It was mainly pursued as a way of expressing one’s personal thoughts and ideas. Essentially a personal pursuit and certainly not a business tool. But not, blogging has become an essential marketing tool for brands and nonprofits. Organizations like Oceana and the […]

John Haydon