October 2008
Nonprofit World Funding Alert;Oct2008, Vol. 14 Issue 10, p17
The article focuses on the advantages of blogging. It mentions that because of the higher readership of blogs that a daily newspaper, it promotes the organization's services, attracts potential new members, identifies staff and volunteers and delivers information on upcoming events. It also notes that blogs is not as costly as having a web sites.


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