Straight talk about blogging. How to turn your blog into a money maker,with special information for your not-for-profit organization.

Today’s article is another in our Blogs and Blogging category, by Dr Jeffrey Lant, CEO Worldprofit.

In this one, which can be found here: Articles / Blogs and Blogging / Straight Talk About Blogging, he has focused on blogs for non-profit organisations.

Even though a non-profit organisation is not selling a physical product or service, they usually still need money for operational costs or, if they are a charity, they need money to give to their cause. A blog is an excellent way to get the message across to their patrons and interested parties and it should still be written to attract readers and to get more donations from those readers. In this article, Dr Lant explains how you should be doing that to the best effect.

If you want more information about what to write and how to write it, then I would suggest you review some of the other articles in the Blogs and Blogging section of our article directory.

When you’ve read today’s article, or any of the other articles here, please leave us a comment and we will publish it on the blog to share with all our readers.

If  you would like to have these articles to publish on your own websites or blogs, you can, by becoming a Worldprofit Silver or Platinum Dealer.  You can see all the articles in the Worldprofit Article Directory here: Dr Jeffrey Lant Articles. To find out more we encourage you to visit the Worldprofit pages on this website or visit my Worldprofit website at The Income Zone.

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My name is Graham Lee and I am the owner of 'Thoughts On Internet Marketing', as well as other websites Marketing Information Products, Ebooks and Software for Internet Marketing and Affiliate Marketing. I've been involved in Internet Marketing for about 5 Years on a part-time basis, whilst holding down a full-time job. I now work more online but also have a number of offline businesses in Photography and Woodworking.

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