Archive: Content Creation

Control the Chaos with a Social Media Calendar (Free Template)

As a nonprofit professional, you wear many hats. Between answering emails, making phone calls to supporters, editing the annual appeal letter and coordinating fundraising events, who has time to maintain more than one social media site? You do have time. I promise. The answer to managing it all lies in ...

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5 content ideas for nonprofits that think they have nothing to write/post/tweet about

As a marketing-savvy nonprofit professional, you know you need to create compelling content each and every day for your various online profiles – Facebook, Twitter, Google+, blog, email newsletter, etc. You don’t want to simply rehash the same information on every platform, because what fun would that be for your ...

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3 simple social media tips to make your fans and followers love you

Does this sound like you? You dutifully post every day on two or more social media profiles for your organization. You try to follow the 80/20 rule (no more than 20% of all posts directly promoting something for your organization) but sometimes get caught up in posting boring news clippings ...

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Social Media Toolbox – a presentation

Welcome ADDP Technology Day participants! I am excited to be presenting to you today! Here is a copy of my presentation, and don’t forget to visit my Resources page and use the password I provided. I look forward to receiving your feedback! ~Julia ...

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Welcome SCORE members and counselors!

This morning I’m giving an exciting presentation to the local chapter of SCORE Northeastern Massachusetts! The topic is how and why a small business should develop a social media plan. SCORE helps aspiring entrepreneurs and existing business owners translate their dreams and ideas into reality through planning sessions, mentoring and counseling. ...

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5 content ideas for nonprofit blogs, tweets, posts and pins

Is your Facebook page a ghost town? Have you neglected to tweet in days (or, heaven forbid, weeks)? Does your organization suffer from “blogger’s block”? Shake off the cobwebs, open the blinds and try these five ideas for putting fresh content on your social media sites. 1)     Post interesting photos ...

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5 ways to use pop culture to generate great content

“Create great content! Create great content!” These three words can sound like a battle cry in a foreign language to a person just starting out in the blogosphere or social media world. What do these words mean? It’s simple. If you consistently “create great content” for your readers and online ...

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