Norman Reiss is a non-profit professional. Want to know how good he is?
Want to know how much he knows about and thinks about the non-profit space?
All you have to do is check out his blog. You get a good sense of his depth (how well he knows certain topics), breadth (how many topics he knows about in this space), and professional passion.
Norman’s blog is excellent – it puts his brand out there as a subject matter expert and a though leader in the non-profit space. His tagline is “Bridging Technology, Communications & Development to Implement ePhilanthropy Strategies for Nonprofit Organizations,” and all of his posts are so on-brand it’s awesome.
Here are some recent posts, and my comments on how/why they really show Norman’s brand:
- Mistakes Nonprofits Can’t Afford to Make – shows he is a thought leader… and if he is YOUR nonprofit executive, you know he’s strategy-minded.
- More ePhilanthropy Ideas from Around the Web – keeps up with industry chatter and ideas – remains current.
- Examples of Nonprofit Excellence – in this post he has suggestions for the org that recognizes the excellence – he’s thinking about how to improve what’s already there.
- Integrated Fundraising – No Longer Optional - understands industry issues and transformations.
- Notes from Fundraising Day, ePhilanthropy Symposium – he works to stay current on industry trends, affairs, news, etc.
- Blackbaud to buy Kintera, but… – understanding of the technology issues in fundraising…
Seriously, Norman gets it. I’ve been impressed for a long time, and I’m happy to give him this award!
Norman Reiss, congratulations! You join a special group of professionals and have earned a coveted link from my monthly winner’s blogroll area (on the left), six months of premium JibberJobber (you can transfer/award this to someone else), and a cyber-high five! And, a new addition to the prize list is the two hour (!!) minute recording of Blog Marketing 201 – 501 (part of the CEO Training for Me, Inc. - listed at $49.95 (but much more valuable than that!).
Feel free to post the You Get It award on your site!
Here are the past winners:
- September 2006 - ClickDave - my review
- October 2006 - Kent Blumberg - my review
- November 2006 - Heather Henricks - my review
- December 2006 - Adelino de Almeida - my review
- January 2007 - Rob Humphrey - my review
- January 2007 - Ariel Meadow Stallings - my review
- February 2007 - Mike Schaffner - my review
- March 2007 - Susan Johnston - my review
- April 2007 - Thomas Clifford - my review
- May 2007 - Rob Frankel - my review
- June 2007 - Trent Hamm - my review
- July 2007 - Katie Konrath - my review
- August 2007 - Robb Hecht - my review
- September 2007 – OOPS! I took this month off and didn’t realize it! Lucky me
- October 2007 - Tanya Ferrill - my review
- November 2007 - Sean O’Donnovan - my review
- December 2007 - Andy Shaindlin - my review
- January 2008 - Kate Herrick - my review
- February 2008 - John Halamka - my review
- March 2008 – another OOPS!
- April 2008 – another OOPS!
- May 2008 - Morty Schiller - my review
- June 2008 – Heather Gardner - my review