10 Ways Nonprofits Can Use LinkedIn Groups

10 Ways Nonprofits Can Use LinkedIn Groups

Julia Claire Campbell LinkedIn, Nonprofits, Social Media 44 Comments

LinkedIn is vastly underutilized by nonprofits, and I am not sure why. LinkedIn is different. The network cuts across all demographics and is the social media common denominator for a lot of people anxious about other social networking sites. In my experience, people that may be hesitant about Facebook and terrified of Twitter have almost certainly set up a profile …

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Multichannel Strategies for Nonprofits [Webinar]

Julia Claire Campbell Nonprofits, Online Fundraising, Social Media 11 Comments

Have you signed up for today’s webinar? It’s hosted by NPO Connect, and I will be discussing ways to use all the communication channels available to nonprofits in a comprehensive and cohesive way. Sign up here! Description: Social and Web 2.0 technologies have changed not just how we market and promote our programs and services, but also how we manage and …

Facebook Is Still King – But Don’t Ignore the Rest of the Social Media Court

Facebook Is Still King – But Don’t Ignore the Rest of the Social Media Court

Julia Claire Campbell Facebook, Marketing, Nonprofits, Social Media 2 Comments

Facebook (love it or hate it) is where people are. Facebook continues to be a vital part in (most of) our daily lives. The Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project found that 92% of people using social networking sites maintain a profile on Facebook. 92%! If you are developing a social media marketing strategy, you can’t ignore that …

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

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

Julia Claire Campbell Content Creation, Nonprofits, Social Media 7 Comments

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 and event listings.   You frequently post inspirational quotes, cute …

#GivingTuesday is November 27, 2012

Nonprofits, social media and fundraising: #GivingTuesday is a few of my favorite things

Julia Claire Campbell Fundraising, Nonprofits, Online Fundraising, Social Media Leave a Comment

I know you’ve heard of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. To most, these are revered celebrations of online consumerism and the chance to stomp on strangers for the lowest priced television. In response to this, but also as a great idea in and of itself, #GivingTuesday has been embraced by the nonprofit and philanthropic world as an alternative to the …

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What works in social media for B2B vs. B2C?

Julia Claire Campbell Infographics, LinkedIn, Marketing, Twitter Leave a Comment

It turns out that shorter messages work better when speaking to consumers, and including a question mark results in fewer clicks. (On LinkedIn and Twitter, at least.) The folks behind the social media marketing tool Compendium analyzed the social media statistics of more than 200 B2B (business-to-business) and B2C (business-to-consumer) companies to find out what works and what doesn’t. Compendium …

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8 ways to get the most out of LinkedIn Groups

Julia Claire Campbell Job Search, LinkedIn, Marketing, Social Media Leave a Comment

If you are on LinkedIn (and if you’re not, you should be), you should be actively participating in LinkedIn Groups. LinkedIn Groups give your overall LI experience more mileage – it’s really the meat on the LinkedIn bones. Some Groups are open to the public, some are closed, some have strict rules and some are “anything goes”. No matter the …