blogging 101

Blog Post

Jeff Patrick and I recently did a webinar on Nonprofit Blogging. It was a fantastic time that really seemed to help the attendees. I thought I’d share some of what we talked about and get the presentation in your hands so you could use it in ways...
Last week, I had the opportunity to ask Chris Garrett, co-author of “ProBlogger”, a few questions about the value of blogging for small non-profits. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Chris, he is a thought-leader among the blogging world and...
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...
As I have said many times, I was a reluctant blogger. I did not think the Internet needed another blogger. But I was wrong. So wrong. Blogging has transcended my ROI (return on investment), primarily from simply featuring my e-newsletter “Subscribe...
The best clients John Haydon has – the ones that get results – come to him with a specific business reason. So he asked them, “Why social media? What business results are you hoping to get?” “Most of our donors are women in their 70′s who donate...
As Britt Bravo was getting ready for this blogging panel he is going to be on tomorrow, he started to think about the different ways that nonprofits can use blogs. Many of these blogs have been mentioned on NetSquared before.
Here are tutorials the Socialbrite team has created to help show nonprofits, cause organizations, businesses and individuals how to effectively use social media. Most of the tutorials are short video screencasts.
Have you been wondering if your organization needs a blog? In this guest post, Michael Faye of AssociaDirect talks about how blogging can help you to connect more effectively with your community of members, and outlines 5 basic considerations in...

Video

A video for people who wonder why blogs are such a big deal.
A short explanation of RSS and how it helps you save time reading the web.