Tag Archives: Social Media

Turbo-charging Your Campaigns via Online Influencers

Kanye and the Kardashians are not the only online influencers with the power to change the world. The most powerful communications come not from nonprofits themselves, but from everyday supporters with passionate voices who have the ability to reach broad audiences to drive powerful action. These supporters, known as influencers, are passionate, have the ability to mobilize an audience that trusts them. In this interview Cheryl Contee of Fission Strategy talks about online influencers – the topic of her upcoming Netroots Nation training.

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7 Legal Rules for Online Advocacy That Everyone Should Know

Can a c3 lose its tax status over a careless tweet? What happens when a politician “likes” your organization’s Facebook page? In this interview, Isaiah Castilla of Alliance for Justice talks about legal rules for using social media, blogs and email as part of an advocacy toolkit – the topic of his upcoming Netroots Nation training.

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Is Facebook still useful for nonprofits?

Over the last several months and years, changes to Facebook’s algorithm have made it harder and harder for nonprofits to reach their communities on Facebook without paying. A change coming in January of 2015 could eliminate organic reach altogether. So, is Facebook still useful for nonprofits? This post digs into this topic.

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How to get your Content Seen: Now.

Learn how to get your content seen and shared on social networks – now.

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New Twitter Analytics: It’s a Start

Twitter recently made their analytics tools available to all users. When I first heard this I was excited. I logged into the analytics center and was dazzled by the Tweets dashboard. On first glance it’s very pretty, but when you look closer, it’s missing some key features.

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Influencing public policy in the digital age: Legal rules for using social media

Can a c3 lose its tax status over a careless Tweet? What happens when a politician likes your organization’s Facebook page? In this interview Isaiah Castilla talks about the rules you need to follow when using social media, blogs and email as part of your advocacy toolkit – the topic of his upcoming Netroots Nation training.

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