The Best of the Wild Apricot Blog in 2011

Lori Halley 30 December 2011 0 comments

You might recall that we started 2011 by conducting a Wild Apricot Blog Reader Survey to find out what you – our readers – wanted to hear about. We’ve done our best this year to cover all of the topics you identified and then some! We’ll be launching the survey again early in the New Year – so stay tuned and get ready to participate!

As the year draws to a close, it’s always fun to review the issues and topics that captured our reader’s attention throughout the year. So we’ve taken a look at our blog stats and identified the 15 most popular blog posts on the Wild Apricot Blog in 2011 – and here they are:

Top Social Media Posts:

#1: What is Google Plus? 

#9: Using a Content Strategy to Promote Your Organization

#13: Google For Nonprofits 

Top Non-profit Technology Posts:

#2: 100 More Online Tools For Non-profits - Part 1

#3: Building a Non-profit Website, Choices, Choices

#6: How to Keep Track of Your Passwords (and Keep Them Safe)

#7: 100 More Online Tools for Non-profits – Part 2

#8: SEO Keywords for Small Non-profits

Top Events Post:

#4: 5 Options for Low-cost Event Publicity

Top Volunteer Posts

#5: Q & A: Volunteer Scheduling, Time-tracking and Accountability

#12: Are You Ready for the Volunteer Boom?

Top Membership/Non-profit Posts:

# 10: 5 Free Non-profit Reports and Resources

# 11: Word Clouds and Grant Applications

# 14: Refreshing Your E-newsletter

# 15: Member Communications and Information Overload – Finding Balance


We hope you enjoy the Wild Apricot Blog greatest hits round-up. 

We've had a great year at Wild Apricot and we hope you did too. 
Thanks for your support and we hope you continue to follow the Wild Apricot Blog in 2012!

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Lori Halley [Engaging Apricot] Lori Halley [Engaging Apricot]

Posted by Lori Halley [Engaging Apricot]

Published Friday, 30 December 2011 at 9:00 AM

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