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4 Tips To Start Non-Profit Green Organization On WordPress

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Non-profit GreenUsing Social Media is important for advertising new Business and for making your organization an authority on any topic. For green organizations, this is important because the latest news on environmentally friendly topics is sought on the latest information news source – The Internet.

Even the experts can’t resist reading blogs on sites that are easy to jump around on like WordPress. To start a non-profit green organization on WordPress, here are four tips that will help you be successful.

#1 – Stay informed by reading other blogs. Even search for other non-profits on WordPress itself. By reading information on other green blogs, you can stay up-to-date on the latest news and trends, such as recycling, solar power, or obtaining LEED certification. You’ll have a good understanding by grasping the tone expressed about these issues, and by noting the type of content that is included.

#2 – Post new content consistently. Readers and potential business prospects will be more likely to return to your site if you frequently post new and interesting stories.

#3 – Allow for readers to comment on blogs and content. Engaging your audience is how social media generates buzz on the latest news and/or content your organization focuses on.

#4 – Build up your network. While comments are great for fostering interactions, subscriptions to RSS feeds will make readers aware of when new content is posted. You should also link to the WordPress pages of other organizations and those of your reader’s, and vice versa. The bigger your network, the more people there will be talking about what your organization is doing.

If you take the time to implement all of the strategies above, you’ll have a solid foundation for developing an effective site when you start a non-profit green organization on WordPress.

Knowing how to take advantage of the features WordPress offers is important as well. For example, you can add custom taxonomies on WordPress 3.0, which are hierarchical or non-hierarchical methods of organizing and grouping content on a website. The site also allows you to create rules for custom post types, depending on the type of content you want to add. Incorporating event calendars is one example of a benefit this feature provides.

It can also be used to post information on upcoming meetings, environmental summits, or upcoming news conferences, which are important for making your green organization an authority in environmental affairs.

Also make sure that you’re including contact forms for direct contact. Not everyone wants to have a public comment, and using forms like Tiny Contact Form (simple) or WordPress-to-lead (captures more data).

Everyone wants success when starting a business. By following the simple tips mentioned and using helpful features in WordPress, you’ll have what it takes to build your non-profit green organization – all you need is a little luck on your side.

This is a guest article written by Jennifer Williams, a traveler who feels grounded by her new found love of blogging. She’s a writer, turned traveler, turned blogger. If you wish to write a guest article here, do check this.


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Jennifer Williams is a traveler that feels grounded by her new found love of blogging. She's a writer, turned traveler, turned blogger, who is sharing her entrance into social media and tech with anyone who will listen. follow her on Twitter

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