Your nonprofit’s social accounts are created. You’ve filled out all of your profile information. But now it’s time to make your various accounts look intentional and professional. Whether you’re creating your first cover photo, or just switching the design out to promote an upcoming event, you’ve probably got questions. Does your profile photo need to…
Boost visibility. Drive engagement. Paid social media advertising is another way to accomplish these goals, and more.
It’s a bit overwhelming when you consider all of the social media options out there. Every day it seems like a new one pops up, but no one has any idea which will stick around. This makes the process of deciding which platforms your nonprofit should pursue and which you should forgo a bit daunting.
Facebook is an opportunity for you to tell your nonprofit’s story a little differently—a bit more conversationally.
As an organization, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the constantly evolving social sphere. You have a Facebook strategy. You have your plan for Twitter. LinkedIn is covered. But, Instagram? It’s just visuals.
There’s no reason to fret if your nonprofit is just getting started on Twitter. I’m of the opinion that you can never be anything but fashionably late. With around 284 million active users, Twitter is an awesome place to promote your nonprofit, share information and engage with people interested in what you’re doing.