That we will address during the session on Nonprofit Blogging at the NTC Conference in Seattle next month. The panelists are John Lorance from CompuMentor, Nancy White from Full Circle, and Marshall Kirkpatrick.
Your nonprofit should consider a blog if ...
- You want to express the human of your organization
- You want to enable easy ways for people to share knowledge and information
- You want to enable many s
Your nonprofit shouldn't consider a blog if ....
- You are obsessively controllling
- If your organization is not ready for some changes in how you work - blogs tend to stimulate some change
- Your audience is not online
- Everything must be vetted by central authority
- Your copy is written in stone, not electricity
- Can't be safe for some people (danger)
- Your writers don't have access to computer, internet, electricity, sufficient amounts of fueling chocolate
- You aren't prepared to assist people in learning a new skill and the time to make it an organizational habit
Other ideas? Disagree? Agree?
Cartoon from Cork and Forum Use Policy