Tag Archives: non-profit blogging

How to Convert Emails Into Blog Post Content

So you’ve finally decided to start blogging for your nonprofit. You’ve done the research about different blogging platforms, and had even outlined a strategy for topics that are based on what your supporters want and how people search for you on Google. But you’ve got one small problem: Who’s going to write all of these […]

What is a WordPress theme and how do you choose one?

If you’re reading this post, you probably just started blogging on WordPress. Either that or you’re re-evaluating your current theme choice. What is a WordPress theme? Simply stated, a theme dictates the design and functionality of your website without changing the basic WordPress software. A WordPress theme is your superhero clothing. Your WordPress Pages, Posts, […]

22 Ways A Blog Can Rock Your Non-Profit’s Social Media Campaign

Last week I spoke with a national non-profit who was interested in hiring me to oversee their 2009 social media campaign. Before our call, they sent me a 37-page strategic plan for using social media to enhance awareness and fundraising for their non-profit. These women did their homework. They outlined everything they knew about the […]

Finding Keywords That Will Get Google In Bed With Your Non-Profit’s Blog

Your non-profit social media strategy should include at least an interest in search optimizing your non-profit’s blog. While you want people to connect with you on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and a whole mess of other sites, you also want people to connect with you on Google. And these people do this by typing specific keywords […]

John Haydon