Wanting to start a blog but unsure where you’re going to get your content? Find out how to convert those emails in your sent folder to blog posts.
If you create content on the Web, then your biggest challenge is to have people find you in search. If you create original content, someone, somewhere, at some point has ripped off your material and republished it as their own. Or perhaps they’re a partner site that has your permission to republish your content. Google, Bing and the other search engines often have a hard time determining who published it first and who’s the rightful owner. In other words, whose link should appear higher in the search results?
Blog conference sessions. The surest way to attract a community is to be part of the community when events and conferences are happening. Live-blog sessions you attend, or ask others to do so and post to the blog. Use the session’s Twitter hashtag and tweet that you are live-blogging certain sessions. Those following the conference online will refer to your blog as a source of session content, expanding your organization’s usual reach.
21 pros and 9 cons — consider what’s best for your organization Starting a blog for your nonprofit is not something you should take lightly. Based on my conversations with nonprofits, I’ve found a number of pros and cons. The pros of starting a blog for your nonprofit Blogs are much less expensive to host […]