Archive: Strategy

Julia’s Nonprofit Social Media Checklist

I’m speaking at the Essex County Community Foundation’s Institute for Trustees on March 22, and the topic is “Online Marketing & Social Media: What a Board Member Needs to Know”. If you’ve seen me speak, you know I cram in a ton of information into my sessions, and this one ...

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Multichannel Marketing for the Small Nonprofit {PRESENTATION}

I was fortunate this morning to give a workshop with the Foundation for MetroWest on “Multichannel Marketing for the Small Nonprofit“. There were many requests for the slides, so here they are! Please do not hesitate to contact me with questions. Multichannel Marketing for the Small Nonprofit from Julia Campbell @JuliaCSocial ...

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10 Nonprofit Social Media Resolutions for 2014 (part 2 of 2)

Part 1 of this two-part series is here. It’s not too late to create resolutions for the New Year! As a busy nonprofit professional, you have to wear many hats and extinguish multiple fires each day. With technology changing so rapidly and social media moving so quickly, how will you ...

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10 Nonprofit Social Media Resolutions for 2014 (part 1 of 2)

It’s not too late to create resolutions for the New Year! As a busy nonprofit professional, you have to wear many hats and extinguish multiple fires each day. With technology changing so rapidly and social media moving so quickly, how will you know what to prioritize in 2014? Here are ...

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A Simple Way To Get More Social Media Engagement This Holiday Season

Nonprofits everywhere are always looking for more engagement and interaction from their online communities. As the holiday season approaches, everyone is going to have “giving” on the brain (at least, we hope). So how to leverage this season of generosity while also fostering genuine online interaction with your community? How ...

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Are you sure your nonprofit is ready for social media?

Maslow’s hierarchy of needs is a psychological theory proposed by Abraham Maslow in 1943. The famous framework states that you are not able to reach the upper levels of the human experience – “self-actualization” and “esteem” – without the bottom levels being satisfied – breathing, food, water, sex, sleep, etc. ...

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What are the best and worst times to post on social media networks?

Everyone is looking to get increased engagement and interaction on their social media posts. We all know that consistently providing killer content and cultivating a dedicated audience (or tribe) is the key to social media success. But what times are best to post to your audience? (Disclaimer: There is no ...

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