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September 1, 2010

Share your posts with the nonprofit blog carnival

Come one, come all to the nonprofit blog carnival. We Ducks are hosting the September edition, and we know you’re as excited as we are*.

‘Tis the season for freshly-sharpened pencils and year-end appeal strategies, so we invite you to submit your best and brightest blog posts on this month’s theme:Back to school in nonprofit communicationsIf you’re a blogger, here’s how it works:

  1. Write a blog post that relates to this month’s theme, or sift through your recent posts for one that fits the bill.
  2. Submit your permalink to the Nonprofit Blog Carnival, or just email it to nonprofitcarnival [at] gmail [dot] com) by Tuesday, September 28.
  3. Visit the Duck Call on Thursday, September 30, and eagerly hit “refresh” until the carnival goes live to find out if we’ve included your post.

If you’re a reader, here’s how it works:

  1. Visit the Duck Call on Thursday, September 30, and eagerly hit “refresh” until the carnival goes live. Read lots of helpful articles that will make you feel that first-day-of-school excitement all over again.

The nonprofit carnival is a great opportunity to drive traffic back to your own blog, so we hope you’ll submit a post and tell all your friends to do the same. We’re most likely to include posts that are recent, easy to read, and (at least loosely) related to theme.Check out August’s carnival to see the excitement in action–the topic is “creative ideas you can make your own,” and it’s hosted by Kivi Leroux Miller on Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog.See you at the carnival…* If you’re asking yourself, “what the heck is a blog carnival?”, this is the link for you.