Activists blog to build community, both by sharing resources and by strengthening relationships.
Yet they also have limited time. Using pre-existing formats can help activists blog faster since they don’t have to start with a blank page.
These 9 types of blog posts below can serve a variety of topics and causes. The steps to their creation, as well as examples from some of the best nonprofit blogs, are included in the slideshow.
- The Pass-it-Along Post
- The “We’re Real People” Post
- The Community Appreciation Post
- The “Our Response” Post
- The Informative Listicle
- The Mobilization Post
- The Ignored News Story
- The Guest Post
- The Email Interview
What are other types of blog posts that you’ve used time and again as an activist blogger?