A recent study by the University of Massachusetts revealed that the category with the highest percentage of active blogs is none other than the nonprofits. People now see social media and blogs as the most vital medium to communicate regarding non-profits as they are cost effective and have the widest reach than any other way to connect emotionally with the public. Are you wondering how do they do it? And who are the best non-profit bloggers in the world? Well, here is a list of the ‘Top-10 non-profit bloggers’, who according to us are doing a great job engaging the audience and offering excellent content.
1. Stanford Social Innovation Review Blog – The contributors Amy Sample Ward, Sean Stannard, and Peter Sims highlight the leaders, practitioners & innovative funders on http://www.ssireview.org/blog and make sure that their followers are up-to-date with the major issues of the third sector.
2. Beth Kantor – Undoubtedly the most popular of all, Beth Kantor’s blog is the ideal blog for getting enlightening ideas, nonprofit fitness checks, and clever nudge towards zenith. The blog is full of resources and links to scholarly studies and other references that one must know about.
3. Kivi Leroux Miller – Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog gives useful insights on the relevant nonprofit marketing research. – Kivi Leroux Miller on her blog.
4. Marc A. Pitman is a master fundraiser. He knows the perfect strategy of marketing and promoting on social media. The author of ‘Ask without fear’ and the founder of www.FundraisingCoach.com will definitely aid you in finding the solutions to non-profits!
5. Chronicle of Philanthropy – Okay so Chronicle of Philanthropy is a site that is a host to several blogs. Some of these are on prospecting, international philanthropy, candid conversations regarding nonprofit boards & social media for nonprofits.
6. Mark Phillips founder of Queer Ideas The blog perfectly matches up its tagline ‘A bloody good fundraising blog’. You can expand your mind with the help of interesting and intelligent observations.
7. Alison Fine A Fine Blog– The blog’s author is Alison Fine, and is co-authored by Beth Kanter. This blog provides commentaries on videos, campaigns, articles and collateral on networking, fundraising, and social media. What more! You can find the links to Allison’s podcast interviews for the Chronicle of Philanthropy.
8. Nonprofit Tech for Good With 100,000 monthly visitors and more than one million followers on social networks, Nonprofit Tech for Good is a leading social and mobile media resource for nonprofit professionals. Created and managed by Heather Mansfield, Nonprofit Tech for Good focuses on providing valuable, easy-to-understand information, news, and resources related to nonprofit technology, online communications, and mobile and social fundraising.
10. John Haydon is a digital marketing expert for nonprofits & charities. The list of his accomplishments goes endless and one can learn a lot from his journey and experiences.