November Edition of 5 Nonprofit blogs You Should Be Following
A wealth of information is at your fingertips with these 5 blogs, and that info can help you improve the way you do things around your nonprofit. Sit back
and let someone else do the research while you reap the final result. This edition will focus on fundraising and social media, as end of the year fundraising
efforts are right around the corner.
1. Social Fish
Socialfish imparts information on all things social media. They have an entire team of guest bloggers dedicated to writing on topics that push the nonprofit industry into the future.
Their blog content is fresh, varied, and well researched; and covers topics ranging from creating and initiating a social media strategy to community management.
You can also find info on social learning, white papers, even industry book reviews.
2. Network for good
This is the perfect blog if you don’t have a ton of time to peruse multiple blogs. Their goal is to bring the best info available to help inspire and encourage the do-gooders of the world. They cover best practices, marketing, fundraising, news, and research in one spot. Their standout articles for the month include:
- 9 super scary nonprofit website mistakes
Fix your website horrors before the busiest giving season of the year.
- 7 donor communication mistakes to avoid this December
Steer clear of these missteps that might send your supporters the wrong message this giving season.
- Fundraising wins like never before
Ready to move from making mediocre messages to the most donor-delighting highest impact asks of your life?
This blog focuses on something every nonprofit needs, donors. It will help you study them, respect them, and build everything you do around them, to ensure the success of your nonprofit.
Gail Perry is a rockstar. An international fundraising consultant and thought leader, Gail is a front runner of cutting edge fundraising. Her blog is an
excellent resource to change up your thinking and how you approach your donors. Articles that can’t be missed this month include:
- How introverts can be very successful fundraisers
- Crowdfunding as a serious fundraising strategy? YES!
- From bored to blazing: 7 steps to get your board reconnected, re-engaged, and enthusiastic
5. Tapp NP
On Tapp NP you’ll find information and tips on utilizing technology to improve communication with your donors. They’ll help you scale your campaigns to the right audience, create authentic stories, and thank your donors after the holiday season.
25 and counting…
Renata Poe Massie, Content Creator for Jitasa