Image on BigStockPhoto by David523 Or, why your organization needs a content marketing strategy Target audience: Nonprofits, foundations, NGOs, social enterprises, cause organizations, businesses, Web publishers, educators, journalists. [author]You understand that there’s more to engagement than simple small talk. You also understand that when folks are truly engaged, … [Read more...] about Are you building an engaged community with content?
AARP's Create the Good program provides volunteers with a variety of ways to give back Guest post by Mimi Castaldi Vice President for Volunteer Engagement, AARP I like giving back to my community, but I hate getting locked down or doing things that I find boring. Helping others can be meaningful and fun and flexible. Millions of Americans, including those who … [Read more...] about How to make volunteering fun and flexible
Guest post by Arthur Coddington Craigslist Foundation Over the past year, Craigslist Foundation has been working on LikeMinded, a new online tool for local change makers that launched Wednesday. The idea is that people are doing great work in their local communities, but stories about their work frequently stay local or go untold. LikeMinded will collect stories of local … [Read more...] about LikeMinded: A new platform to connect leaders with ideas for local change
This is part of the series 31 Day Challenge To Optimize Your Blog With Social Media. Guest post by Danny Brown DannyBrown.me There has been much written about what makes a good blog community. So I’m not going to talk about that today. Instead, I’d like to offer some ideas on how you can best engage your blog community once you’ve started to grow one. The great news … [Read more...] about How to engage your blog’s community