1. Set Blogging GoalsThe very first step is to understand the purpose of your blog. What are your goals? Once you know the purpose of your blog and how it fits into the bigger picture of your nonprofit, that will help determine how much time to spend blogging. Maybe you want to use this space as a platform for advocacy or share news from events in order to increase visibility. Or maybe there’s a specific topic you want to blog about that will help your nonprofit grow. Either way, it’s essential not only for the success of a blog but also for finding enough time in order to be successful at blogging!
2. Rearrange Your PrioritiesSuppose you’re never finding time to blog during your business day. In that case, it’s important to remember just how essential it is to make time for this activity to help your business grow organically. Figuring out how blogging can fit into your priorities by eliminating work tasks that aren’t urgent is essential to ensure your organization has time to blog.
3. Use A Management Tool To Stay Organized
Using templates or some type of management tool to stay organized will help you keep track of your topics, remember important details and ensure that everything you’re writing contributes to a larger goal. In addition, it ensures that you’re not only making things more efficient but also keeping track of what you need to write about to get the traffic you need. There are tons of programs that can be used, such as Google Sheets or Trello.