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Nonprofit and Government Blogs February 21, 2009

Posted by Liz Borkowski in Blogging.
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Here are a few different examples of nonprofit and government blogs:

Enviroblog – blog of the Environmental Working Group
Janelle’s Blog – blog of the founder and president of the National Breast Cancer Foundation
APHA Annual Meeting Blog – blog focusing on APHA’s annual meetings (currently with posts from 2007 and 2008 meetings)
USDA’s National Agriculture Library Blog
FEMA U.S. Fire Administration
AIDS.gov Blog – A blog about new media and policy
CDC’s Injury Center Blog
Walter Reed Army Medical Center Blog
Greenup County, Kentucky Health Department

What do you think these organizations and agencies are trying to accomplish with their blogs? Are they succeeding? Might some of them be better served with a website rather than a blog?

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