Nonprofit blogging best practices

How Does Your Nonprofit Compare In the Blogging Economy?

Julia Claire Campbell Uncategorized 29 Comments

Nonprofit blogging best practicesIgnitespot, a small business accounting firm, has put together a fantastic infographic on the “blogconomy” – the international obsession with blogging that has spurred the economy.

Did you know that:

  • 6.7 million people blog on blogging sites
  • 23% of time spent on the Internet is on blogs and social networks
  • 70% of consumers learn about brands through articles and blog posts rather than ads

I was not able to find specific numbers on nonprofits and blogging, but I do know some compelling reasons why nonprofits should explore this online marketing tool:

  • —To improve SEO – search engine results.
  • —To build trust and community.
  • —To establish yourself as an authority on the issue.
  • —If you are active on social media, you will always have new content to post!
  • —To drive website traffic, email sign ups, social media followers and even donations.

Want to learn more? On November 5, I will be presenting a FREE webinar with Nonprofit Webinars (a service of 4Good). (The slides are here:

I hope you can join me! The topic will be Nonprofit Blogging Best Practices: Why Your Nonprofit Needs a Blog and How to Create a Great One.

The Blogconomy: Blogging Stats [INFOGRAPHIC]

LEARN: Digital and Social Media Strategies


Comments 29

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.