Kickstart Your Nonprofit Blog
A step-by-step blogging course for nonprofit professionals and founders to grow your organization even if you’re not a writer or marketer.
Start a Blog Quickly
Blogging success is about action. We don’t wait to launch, we’ll start now, and learn as we go.
Improve Your Skills
Learn the best tips and tactics to build valuable relationships with an audience through blogging.
Grow Your Nonprofit
Use your blog as the core to your marketing, and drive donations, volunteers, and partnerships with it.
Nonprofits are focused on mission and impact, but lack the skills and resources that modern businesses are using to build awareness and authority online.
With this course you’ll get a 7-module practical guide to using a blog as your marketing engine to grow your nonprofit from the start.
Full Course Launching September 2017
Don’t wait to get started though, I’ve created a 5 part mini course built from the first module to get you started today, completely for free.
This course takes you through the 5 core elements of the blogging cycle, with actual steps to get started, not just theories and ideas.
7 Easy Modules – Kickstart Your Nonprofit Blogging Course
#1 - Build Momentum - Overview
AVAILABLE FOR FREE – This module gets you started right away with the quickest way from zero to something. You’ll get an overview of the entire process, and tips to get started with a better nonprofit blog. Then we’ll improve once we get going.
#2 - Know Why You're Blogging
Who are you trying to attract with your blog? The key to success in nonprofit blogging is how you define it. What is the purpose you’re doing this, it might be donations, volunteer signups, or something else.
#3 - Find Great Blog Post Ideas
There’s nothing worse then sitting down to write when you don’t have anything in mind. You end up wasting time and feeling eventually very drained. This method will keep your blog ideas flowing all the time, so when you create, all you have to do is write.
#4 - Captivate Your Readers
You might be a good writer, but if you’re like most, it hasn’t been a strong focus for you. That’s okay, here are a series of steps to take to ensure every post you or your team produces will be high quality – and most importantly resonate and attract more people.
#5 - Sharing Your Blog Posts
Whether you have one, or are just getting started building an audience, you have to find ways to share your content. The days of people seeking you out are dwindling – this module walks you through the best channels and ways to share, and have others share your nonprofit blog posts.
#6 - Capture Your Readers
It doesn’t matter what you outline as the purpose of your blog – capturing your reader’s emails is just as important, if not more important then focusing on the end action, like donations. Most people need time to build a relationship with you, your email list is how to do it.
#7 - Your Plan to Stay On Track
Learning the best tactics is fantastic, but it’s nothing if you don’t have a plan to execute them. Your content calendar is your key to staying on track, and if you have a team it’s even more important that everyone knows the plan. This module outlines the core elements of a content calednar, and shows you how to set it up on Google Sheets or Excel – with templates.
Course Includes Downloadable Templates, Text, Videos, & Guided Action Steps
This isn’t a bunch of fluffy articles. You will finish this course with a nonprofit blog that’s actually beneficial for you and your audience.
Exclusive Community Learning
You’ll be connected through a private group with other nonprofit founders and marketers looking to grow their organization. You can bounce ideas off eachother, and discuss topics and ideas from the course.
Register Now to Get Started for Free
This course isn’t quite finished yet, but if you register now you’ll have a chance to get started quickly with a 5 day email version of Module 1, for FREE!
Plus, you’ll be the first to know when it’s ready – you’ll get priority access and anyone who buys before the launch will receive a 40% discount on the full course.