From eMarketer: “Social networks and microblogs have in recent years nudged blogging off the social media pedestal. For some consumers, who have more communication tools at their fingertips than they did a few years ago, Facebook and Twitter have supplanted blogging as life-streaming outlets. But blogs remain an important part of the landscape. This year, 51% of US internet users, or 113 million people, will read blogs on a monthly basis. By 2014, the blog audience is expected to rise to 60% of internet users, or 150 million people.”
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So blogging is still significant. What is your nonprofit’s approach to blogging?