One year ago today Nonprofit Tech 2.0 published its first blog post. At the time I was a skeptical blogger. I had low expectations for Nonprofit Tech 2.0. I would have been happy with couple hundred visitors a week, but a year later Nonprofit Tech 2.0 just surpassed 254,000 visitors. I didn’t see that coming at all. In fact, what I have discovered over the last year is that blogging was the missing piece in my social media strategy. It could be for you too. :)

To celebrate this one-year anniversary:

1) I donated $500 to some of my favorite nonprofits (#JustDonated).
2) I am offering 20% off my webinar special from now until September 15. 10% of the proceeds are donated to my favorite nonprofits. Simply mention Nonprofit Tech 2.0 when registering to receive the discount.

10 Most Popular Blog Posts :: Year One: Views
Five Most Common Mistakes Made by Nonprofit Admins on Facebook 10,476
Five Essential Apps for Your Nonprofit’s Facebook Page 7,284
Five Simple Ways Nonprofits Can Measue Social Media ROI 7,239
Six Advanced Facebook Page Strategies for Nonprofits 5,629
Three iPhone Apps That Every Nonprofit Needs to Know About 5,564
10 Social Media Metrics for Nonprofit Organizations 4,536
10 Tips for Managing Social Media Burnout 4,498
Four Reasons Why Nonprofits Should Reconsider Facebook 4,294
HOW TO: Add Your Nonprofit to Foursquare 4,098
10 Twitter Apps for Nonprofits 3,874
10 Fun and Totally Random Resources for Nonprofits 3,486


A Special Thanks ::
To everyone of you who have ever RT’d my content, posted a comment, or taken my webinars (I have almost paid off those student loans!). To Change.org, my clients, Twitter, Fundraising Success Magazine, TechSoup, and my dear, sweet husband for putting up with my social media obsession over the last five years. And last but not least, I want to give muchos kudos and thumbs up to all those nonprofits and activists out there that choose not to be blissfully ignorant. That wake up everyday and choose to be a part of the conversation about what we can do to make this world a better place for all of human, animal, and plantkind. Keep up the good work. The world needs you now more than ever.