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Nonprofits on Facebook: Is It Time for Us to Delete Facebook?

Julia Claire Campbell Events, Facebook, Marketing, Nonprofits, Social Media Leave a Comment

Updated: Elon Musk deleted the Facebook Pages for Tesla and SpaceX; Sonos pulled their Facebook Ads. Will Ferrell and other public figures have cancelled their accounts.  It is time for nonprofits and individuals to break up with and delete Facebook? Let’s evaluate the situation. TechCrunch calling for Mark Zuckerberg’s resignation. (They claim they didn’t – but look at that headline!) People deleting …

Live Debate: What Are The Pros and Cons of Facebook Fundraising for Nonprofits?

Julia Claire Campbell Facebook, Nonprofits, Online Fundraising, Social Media 1 Comment

Welcome to Facebook Fridays! Fridays at noon I take 15 minutes to help you navigate the crazy wilderness of Facebook for your nonprofit. Today I brought on special guest Noah Barnett from peer-to-peer online fundraising platform CauseVox to answer your question: What are the biggest pros and cons of setting up and using Facebook fundraising tools for nonprofits? Grab the Nonprofit …

How Can We Use Facebook To Promote Our Nonprofit Events?

Julia Claire Campbell Events, Facebook, Marketing, Nonprofits, Social Media Leave a Comment

Welcome to Facebook Fridays! Fridays at noon I take 15 minutes to help you navigate the crazy wilderness of Facebook for your nonprofit. Today I answered your question: How can we use Facebook to promote our nonprofit events? The power went out part way through, but I continued the conversation! The show must go on, right? 😉 Grab the Nonprofit Facebook …

How Can Nonprofits Use the Facebook Local App for Marketing?

Julia Claire Campbell Events, Facebook, Marketing, Nonprofits, Social Media 1 Comment

Welcome to Facebook Fridays! Fridays at noon I take 15 minutes to help you navigate the crazy wilderness of Facebook for your nonprofit. Today I answered your question: How can my nonprofit use the Facebook Local app for marketing? What is the Facebook Local App?  In November of last year, Facebook launched its standalone Events app as Facebook Local, touted as …

Organic Reach on Facebook Is Down Infographic

Facebook in 2015 – What Nonprofits Need to Know

Julia Claire Campbell Facebook, Infographics, Nonprofits, Social Media 35 Comments

Love it or hate it, Facebook continues to be an important tool in a nonprofit’s marketing and fundraising kit. On their Q3 earnings call, Facebook released the following mind-blowing statistics: 1.35 billion people log into Facebook each month 864 million daily active users 64% of monthly active users log on every day 1 billion video views each day in September …

3 Things To Do Instead of Facebook Marketing in 2014

3 Things To Do Instead of Facebook Marketing in 2014

Julia Claire Campbell Marketing, Nonprofits, Social Media 9 Comments

2013 was certainly a banner year for Facebook. Some mind-blowing statistics: There are over 1.19 billion users worldwide. 728 million of these users log in daily to the social network. While some teens in the UK and US are calling Facebook “dead and buried”, the often overlooked Gen X & Y-ers worldwide make up almost 30% of Facebook users. (This …

This is What Nonprofits Need More Than a Facebook Donate Button

This is What Nonprofits Need More Than a Facebook Donate Button

Julia Claire Campbell Facebook, Nonprofits, Online Fundraising, Social Media 14 Comments

This week Facebook rolled out the Donate Button for nonprofits. While a nice idea and certainly well-meaning, this new feature has only been made available to a select few national nonprofits (your nonprofit can apply here to get a button). In addition, Facebook has given us no idea when it will be available to all nonprofits, not to mention this …

Facebook Finally Admits That You Do Have to Pay for Ads to Reach Your Fans

Facebook Finally Admits That You Do Have to Pay for Ads to Reach Your Fans

Julia Claire Campbell Facebook, Marketing, Nonprofits 25 Comments

Everything I’ve been preaching about success in Facebook marketing has been a lie. I’ve stuck up for Facebook repeatedly over the years, despite the frustration it has elicited from nonprofit marketers with small budgets. I disputed myths, patiently explained all the changes to the Timeline and News Feed, read countless articles on EdgeRank, and blogged repeatedly about ways to organically …

Reality check for Facebook

The reality check all Facebook pages will have to face

Julia Claire Campbell Facebook, Marketing, Social Media 10 Comments

I think Facebook page managers are in for a serious reality check. This reality check is going to be brought on by two new features Facebook is trying out. Feature 1 – Get Notifications Yesterday Inside Facebook reported on a new feature Facebook is rolling out. This new feature will let Facebook users get direct notifications from their favorite Facebook pages, as …