Here are a few examples:
|This blog was created to, "celebrate unique contributions to the Red Cross mission."|
I'm still a huge fan of traditional blogging platforms (e.g. WordPress, Blogger, TypePad), but what excites me about Tumblr for nonprofits is that it's quick, fun and visual. Some nonprofits' blogs can be a bit, er, boring. As you can see from the screenshot of the Tumblr dashboard below, Tumblr's format encourages you to share photos, quotes, links, dialogue, audio, and video, in addition to straight text.
What do you think about Tumblr for nonprofits, or for your personal blog?
Below is a collection of related posts and articles to learn more:
- How to Use Tumblr, Posterous and Other Light Blogging Services on ReadWriteWeb
- Tumblr's Spotlight on Charities and Nonprofits
- Tumblr Now Has More Blogs Than WordPress.com on Mashable
- Microblogging, daydreaming and the rise of Tumblr on Christine Sculati's Blog
- 10 Great Green Tumblr Accounts You Should Follow on Mother Nature Network
- Instagram for Nonprofits: Powerful Images in the Palm of Your Hand on Have Fun, Do Good