Katya Andresen’s Nonprofit Marketing Blog reminds me a bit of my Blenz habit. Every post is short and sweet. It doesn’t beat around the bush but gets straight down to the business of being what it is and doing what it’s supposed to do.
Although I often feel intimidated by what Miller has accomplished in about the same amount of time as I’ve been running my business, I don’t think I’d feel intimidated by *her*.
Generally, the nonprofits that keep going after crisis hits are those that find a calm harbour and drop anchor while they’re rebuilding. They take stock of what they’ve lost and gained, learn to be more strategic and planful, and gain strength before they venture too far out open water again.
If you’re in the nonprofit world, want to get up to speed on using social media for social change, and have time to follow only one blog on the subject, it really should be Beth Kanter’s blog.
Sometimes, spring cleaning means taking out the trash. Other times, it just means cleaning off the dust and cobwebs before putting things away to be found again another day.
Journalists are a misunderstood lot. Likely everyone can say that about their profession, but one woman got so tired of the bad rap her profession was getting that she decided to start a Tumblr about it. She started by talking about her own feelings about being a journalist, and then invited other journalists to chime … Continue reading →