Draft better strategies for your organization by collecting valuable tips from these top nonprofit marketing blogs that we have curated for you. These will assist you in promoting your organization’s ideals and causes to get the attention of potential volunteers and donors.
You can’t put together a list of blogs nonprofits should be reading and not include Beth’s blog. You just can’t. She’s a rock star. Her blog is incredibly relevant and informative, especially if you’re interested in data and measurement. If you’re not already reading her blog, you’re missing out.
So, this blog isn’t specifically focused on nonprofits, but I’ve found its posts incredibly helpful and share them pretty regularly. They cover everything. Want to know why Twitter hashtags are so important? They’ll tell you. Looking for someone to make sense of this year’s SEO ranking factors? They can help.
Classy is all about fundraising and nonprofit marketing. They’re a fantastic resource. They have a ton of useful infographics, nonprofit examples and exciting fundraising ideas. I feel like I’m always sharing their posts on Twitter. They’re just that great.
Kivi’s blog is a great resource for anyone involved in nonprofit marketing and communications. She shares helpful tips, fun nonprofit-centered posts and the best links for nonprofit communicators she found on the web every week. The variety is great, as is the content.
Cause Vox has quickly become one of my favorite daily reads. These guys are sharp. The fundraising topics they cover are incredibly relevant for nonprofit marketers, and their posts are extremely actionable. They’ll give you a ton of ideas for ways to improve your fundraising campaigns.
Nancy Schwartz runs another great blog focused specifically on nonprofit marketing. Her posts get into the nitty gritty details of how to successfully market your nonprofit, fundraise, maintain your donor base and more.
Any social media question you might have, they’ve blogged about it. I guarantee it. While they’re not focused on nonprofits, their posts are still incredibly useful. I recommend taking a look at their free social media marketing industry reports. There’s some good stuff in there.
This is another great nonprofit blog largely focused on fundraising. What I love about this blog is that posts are short, but you get a ton of information. They don’t waste words, which is perfect for those of us who always have a million and one things on our plate.
Focusing on communications for nonprofits, Big Duck puts out some fantastic content. I love that they break out of the traditional communications box and cover topics like branding, design and fundraising.
Moz has established itself as an authority on all things search engine optimization (SEO). Now, they’re not specifically focused on nonprofits, but that doesn’t mean they’re not still incredibly helpful. If you’re looking for some solid information about how to optimize your nonprofit’s website, that’s written in plain English, these are your people
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