With Facebook and Twitter constantly stealing the spotlight of the nonprofit social media world, LinkedIn can often get overlooked. In fact, many organizations underestimate the powerful influence of LinkedIn.
As a social media platform, Facebook has continuously led the pack among businesses, nonprofits, and independent users. With around 167 million people logging on daily in the USA and Canada alone it is definitely fundamental that your nonprofit place importance on updating and maintaining your nonprofit's Facebook page.
It is a known fact that the combination of pictures, music, and words sparks imagination and emotion in the human body. In a study done by HubSpot, they found that 78% of people watch online videos once a week. A pretty solid indication as to why nonprofit videos are a great tool to engage supporters, volunteers, and donors.
Since the rise of both social media and content strategy over the last few years, there have been many myths that have grown along with them that people believe to the day. Some of these myths come from firm beliefs, others from simple misunderstandings. Today I am here to present 3 of the most pertinent misconceptions as a guide to a better[…]
Editor's note: We are excited to introduce our guest blog author, Esther Yun. Esther is an undergraduate student at Dartmouth College. She is a marketing intern here at Elevation Web and plans on majoring in Computer Science and Linguistics.
Nonprofit organizations are unique in that they are motivated by a cause, not by profit. As a result, their goals[…]
Facebook has launched a new button for Pages which will allow your nonprofit to extend "calls-to-action" to social media as well.