Keeping up with all the great nonprofit marketing and fundraising blogs is tough. So here’s one more tool to help you find the information you need: Nonprofit Marketing Zone.

I’m working with Katya Andresen and Nancy Schwartz (bloggers I hope you are already reading) and Tony Karrer (the guy behind the technology that makes the site work) to organize the best content from blogs, news sources and other web sites all around nonprofit marketing and fundraising.  The goal is to create a place where it’s easy to find current and highly relevant content.  And perhaps to stimulate new connections.

You can get a sense of the power of the site by visiting it and clicking a keyword on the left.  For example, if you click on Social Media, you find not only the most recent blog posts but the best ones, according to social signals across the network such as:

– What should be in your association’s social media plan?

– Tips for Giving Social Media Projects to Interns

– First Steps in Working Social Media for Your Org: Report from Norfolk

– What Are Social Media Metrics for the Arts?

– Hurricane Force Social Media

We have an impressive list of bloggers who have agreed to participate and we hope the list will continue to grow:

A Small Change
Association Marketing Springboard
Cause Related Marketing
Donor Power Blog
Fundraising 123
Getting Attention
Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog
Nonprofit Marketing Blog
Nonprofit PR – Communications with a Purpose
smArts and Culture
Social Media Bird Brain
Studio 501c

I hope you’ll check out Nonprofit Marketing Zone and make it a site you come back to often. Let us know what you think about this new service – we only want to do it if you find it helpful!

Published On: April 1, 2009|Categories: Communications Channel Management, Writing Skills and Content|