There was a comment in an interview on Netsquared that nonprofits that do not blog are not serious about finding new ways to engage people.
I have been thinking alot about this comment and the more I think about, the more I get upset.
I am trying to find a web position at a nonprofit. I have learned from an e-mail list that I am on that alot of nonprofits do not have time to do everything they would like to do with technology.
I know this is true for small nonprofits. One person has so many responsibilities that they can not take on more tasks. Maybe they would like to have a blog, but where are they going to find the time to create one and keep it updated?
I am not sure if the same thing applies to larger nonprofits. But if it does not, the only thing I can think of is that they do not know how a blog can help their organization. I hope through Netsquared these nonprofits will be able to learn how blogging and other new technologies can help them.