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6 Reasons Your Nonprofit May Not Be Ready For Social Media

Julia Claire Campbell Marketing, Nonprofits, Social Media 16 Comments

If you read this blog, you know that I feel strongly about the potential of social media and digital tools to transform the ways that nonprofits communicate with donors and supporters. Nonprofits are jumping on social channels in greater numbers.  The most important social media platforms for nonprofits are Facebook (95%), Twitter (64%), YouTube (38%), and LinkedIn (26%). However, not …

Can’t Keep Up? 6 Ways to Get More Out of Twitter In Less Time

Can’t Keep Up? 6 Ways to Get More Out of Twitter In Less Time

Julia Claire Campbell Marketing, Nonprofits, Social Media, Twitter 42 Comments

Twitter remains the second most important social media tool for nonprofits. However, a serious lack of time, resources and strategic planning for social media and communication seems to put a hamper on many nonprofits’ participation on the second most popular social network. Does this sound like you? I don’t get Twitter. I don’t know where to start. I don’t know …

11 Things the @NYTimes Staff Can Teach Nonprofits about Using Twitter

11 Things Nonprofits Can Learn About Using Twitter from the @NYTimes

Julia Claire Campbell Nonprofits, Social Media, Twitter 44 Comments

With over 10.6 million (yes, million) Twitter followers, The New York Times is one of the most respected and reputable Twitter accounts out there. So what have they learned from a year of tweets? Michael Roston, the Social Media Staff Editor at the Times, wrote a great article for Neiman Journalism Lab about the top lessons his team learned from …