Social media is a great way to engage a large audience without spending a lot. With just a little bit of creativity, your nonprofit can expand its audience reach by using social media as a promotional channel. However, it takes more than posting an image with a witty caption to create a nonprofit social media campaign.
You've all been told that you should be more active on social media in order to increase awareness for your nonprofit. But at the end of the day, it can seem like a constant struggle to maintain a presence on all the different platforms out there.
If you’re a connected person living in 2017, you know how much Instagram has exploded as a social media presence in our everyday lives. Acquired by Facebook in 2012, Instagram today boasts 700 million accounts and combines many features similar to other social media networks with one overarching difference - its focus is photo-based. It does stories like[…]
This post was updated from a previous post from May 2016: 4 Tips for Using LinkedIn At your Nonprofit.