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April 15, 2012

Freedom of blogging >

The Daily Post

Our blogs are our personal platforms where we can broadcast our opinions and viewpoints, all on our own terms. Unlike other forms of publication, you don’t need an editor’s approval to share your thoughts on the presidential race or why environmentalism is important to you: your blog is yours alone.

If there’s a cause you’re passionate about, why not consider “donating” your blog to it? Blogging for a cause can bring awareness to an organization or issue that means a lot to you, while helping you to expand your writing skills and get your voice heard. It’s also an excellent way to connect with other bloggers, volunteers, and community members.

To get started, decide on your primary goal. Are you looking to simply raise awareness? Or is there a way you can tie your blog posts into an ongoing event or fundraiser? Depending on the needs of your organization, dedicate…

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