5 Online Communications Resources Your Nonprofit Needs Like Water

October 17, 2013

As we continue discussing nonprofit communications, we wanted to share some of our online favorites with you–blogs and online resources that have stood the test of time, generating excellent content just for nonprofits over the years.

On each of the following blogs, remember that you can subscribe and have new posts delivered straight to your inbox. You can also follow each on Facebook and Twitter for fabulous links on the social media sites you are already living on.

  1. Kivi Leroux Miller’s Nonprofit Marketing Guide & Blog

  2. Nancy Schwartz’s Getting Attention Blog

  3. John Haydon’s Blog

  4. Beth Kanter’s Blog, Beth’s Blog

  5. Big Duck’s Blog, Duck Call

Who isn’t on our list that you would include? We love to share your resources with others.

Subscribe, follow, and learn from these dudes and divas of nonprofit marketing and communications. We’re always learning new things from them and staying up-to-date on the latest trends and research.

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-Susie Bowie
Community Foundation of Sarasota County


One Response to “5 Online Communications Resources Your Nonprofit Needs Like Water”

  1. Susie–Thanks so much for including Big Duck in this amazing list.

    I also suggest:
    * NTEN’s blog: http://www.nten.org/blog, @NTENorg
    * Care2’s blog Frogloop: http://www.frogloop.com/, @care2frogloop
    * Nonprofit Tech for Good, http://www.nptechforgood.com/, @nonprofitorgs
    * Community Organizer 2.0, http://communityorganizer20.com/, @askdebra
    * Community Media Workshop’s NOnprofit Communicator blog, http://communitymediaworkshop.org/npcommunicator/, @npcommunicator
    * Small Act’s blog, http://smallact.com/blog/, @smallact

    Looking forward to seeing others that might get added.

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