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Could Your Nonprofit Benefit From a Business Blogger's Services?

Updated on January 16, 2012

If you work for a nonprofit organization, you've already noticed over the last few years that it's gotten much harder to attract potential new benefactors that are interested in what services your organization provides, and what it's immediate financial needs are.

There are many groups just like yours that have had to cut back on the amounts of support that they've been able to give to the people who depend on it the most due to the economic climate that we find ourselves in right now.

Philanthropists who in the past have made sizable donations to needy organizations, have been placed under a microscope, and they are now under close scrutiny because our government is trying to crack down on people who donate just to get a nice tax write-off at the end of the year to avoid paying taxes on their earnings.

With this in mind, it's not enough for a nonprofit to use the same old methods that they've employed in the past to attract new donors to provide support for their organizations. Today many nonprofits have decided to employ various nontraditional routes to bring attention to their organizations. Many nonprofits are now turning to social media to effectively convey their message to potential donors and organizations that make sizable donations to nonprofits just like yours..

It's imperative for your nonprofit group to make sure that the message that they convey to past contributors and new potential donors clearly states what your organization's purpose is, and this is where reaching out to a professional business blogger is a smart decision on your part.

When your organization partners with a business blogger, you immediately take some of the pressure off your shoulders, because the blogger that you choose to work with is going to have the knowledge to use various social media channels to help your organization communicate more effectively through mediums such as:

All of these social media portal sites when used properly can help you communicate your groups core values effectively and do so in an engaging manner. Of course using a nonprofit's website or blog is also a great way to keep donors and others informed about your latest projects, fundraising efforts and other pertinent news about your nonprofit.

When you work hand in hand with a business blogger, he or she will write more effective copy about your organization, help you better manage your online media channels and make sure that you get the most out of your website or blog with content that is targeted to a specific audience. An audience that's searching for a nonprofit such as yours, so reach out to a professional business blogger and take advantage of the services they have to offer.


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    • animekid profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago from Upstate NY

      Anything I can do to help your organization with some copywriting is not a problem. Just contact me here or at KeyWords Media for more info. Never a problem to help a good cause.

    • MazioCreate profile image


      6 years ago from Brisbane Queensland Australia

      Thanks for the great suggestions. I am just embarking on volunteer work in such an organisation and appreciate the assistance.


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