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Facebook in 2015 – What Nonprofits Need to Know

J Campbell Social Marketing

Love it or hate it, Facebook continues to be an important tool in a nonprofit’s marketing and fundraising kit. Native links on Facebook.

6 Ways Your Nonprofit Can Quickly Get More Facebook Engagement

J Campbell Social Marketing

However, as with all changes to the Facebook News Feed, I encourage you to breathe and do not panic. Take this great example from the St.

5 Things I Bet You Didn’t Know About Facebook

J Campbell Social Marketing

We all know how popular Facebook continues to be, among all age groups and income levels. This is just Facebook 101. Literally.

4 Things to Tell Your Boss When They Demand More Facebook Fans

J Campbell Social Marketing

What should you tell your boss when they ask why your Facebook fans are not increasing as quickly as they would like? Just kidding.).

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

J Campbell Social Marketing

AdAge obtained a sales deck sent out to Facebook partners last month, where the social network tacitly admits its pay-to-play system.

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3 Things To Do Instead of Facebook Marketing in 2014

J Campbell Social Marketing

2013 was certainly a banner year for Facebook. The bad news: It’s getting harder and harder to reach your Facebook Fans. Pinterest.

Facebook, Health and the Pursuit of Happiness

SocialButterfly

Facebook has become just about as integrated into American culture as apple pie. This applies to Facebook as well. Please share!

Facebook, Health and the Pursuit of Happiness

SocialButterfly

Facebook has become just about as integrated into American culture as apple pie. This applies to Facebook as well. Please share!

6 Reasons Your Nonprofit May Not Be Ready For Social Media

J Campbell Social Marketing

The most important social media platforms for nonprofits are Facebook (95%), Twitter (64%), YouTube (38%), and LinkedIn (26%). Why or why not? .

Should You Feed Your Blog to Facebook?

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

I use Hootsuite to automatically send new blog posts to both Twitter and Facebook. What’s been the impact on the Facebook page?

How Nonprofits Can Use Facebook Groups

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Facebook Groups have become our go-to way to communicate and work with our training participants. Full list of Facebook Group features and FAQs.

How One Nonprofit Is Raising Thousands Using Facebook – Part 2

J Campbell Social Marketing

Case Study: How One Nonprofit Raised Thousands Using Facebook – Part 2. The casual and less formal nature of Facebook works in their favor.

How to Handle Negative Comments on Facebook

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Also if the negative vibe is a no win situation I’ve opted to let it settle out; what may seem hot topic today is a non starter tomorrow.

How to Get That “Verified” Check Mark on Your Facebook Page

Public Sector Marketing 2.0

One thing you may have noticed is the “Twitter-like” verification check mark that certain pages now have beside the name of their account.

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Revise Your.Org Facebook Page Now: Deadline March 30

Getting Attention

You’ve probably heard about the coming changes but may (like me and many others) have resisted diving in. Change it weekly if possible.

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Is there too much fundraising on Facebook?

J Campbell Social Marketing

Facebook seems to be responding to complaints from users – at least, that is my personal speculation. Did you take this survey?

Facebook Ads – Are They Right For Your Nonprofit?

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Much has been written recently about the changes in Facebook’s algorithm and its pay-to-play philosophy. What is my goal? Can I measure it?

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Successful Facebook Advertising on Less than $2 a Day

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Drew Bernard. A lot of people ask us whether Facebook ads are a good idea or not. The Facebook algorithm will aide your efforts by.

Be Generous: Nonprofits Offer Facebook Timeline Covers

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Take, for example, Facebook’s new Timeline profile layout, including the 850 pixels wide by 315 pixels high cover photo.

What You Don’t Know About Visual Marketing On Facebook

J Campbell Social Marketing

On Facebook, having a great visual can mean the difference between skyrocketing engagement and crickets. Guest blog by Rebecca Hill.

Don’t Get Suckered By This Facebook Myth

J Campbell Social Marketing

NOTE: Facebook is now a public entity. They have been a public entity since May 18, 2012.). Have you seen this myth on Facebook?

How I Found Out What Our Supporters Really Want to See on Our Facebook Page

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Thanks Kate, for sharing a super easy way to improve your Facebook strategy! Kate Antoniades.

What’s Up in May

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

But remember, this offer expires this Friday, May 4th so hurry! Here’s what else is happening at Nonprofit Marketing Guide in May.

What’s not to Like about Facebook Likes?

Giving in a Digital World

Facebook Online Fundraising Bryan Miller Online community fundraising

Social Recruiting: New, Necessary and May Be Critical to Nonprofits

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

The increasing importance of online marketing may increase the need for marketing staff to maintain social media visibility. Looking for someone who has experience using Facebook and YouTube as marketing tools? Geri Stengel. Where will your organization find its next communications, marketing, or development director?

What Facebook’s Changes Mean for Cause Marketing

Selfish Giving

The change should shakeup how organizations weigh the meaning/worth of a Facebook “like.” This is a good thing.

Fabulous Example of Facebook Engagement from COTN

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

One idea we discussed was using Facebook to collect words of encouragement about staying in school from U.S. On Facebook, COTN averages 2.1

Is Facebook a #FAIL for Nonprofits?

Marketing for Nonprofits

But are nonprofits actually seeing results, or is Facebook just a bandwagon that's not going anywhere?" Facebook is not FREE! Yikes!

Using Facebook Targeting to Boost Performance on Organic and Promoted Posts

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Learn how to find your ideal audience on Facebook in this month’s guest post by Drew Bernard of  ActionSprout. Drew Bernard. Kristina.

#SOCIALNETWORKS: Facebook Stocks Being Sold Off & Facebook Accounts Not Expanding

Non Profit Marketing 360

The saga that is the Facebook IPO continues. Facebook has always had its detractors, as did the telegraph and the automobile.

Facebook Help For Nonprofits

The Agitator

Facebook has added a new Resource section to help nonprofits optimize the engagement impact of their Facebook presence. Says Facebook: “This Page is a resource for non-profits and other organizations for social good. We built it to help you harness the power of Facebook and bring positive change to the world.

Life Without Facebook ~ A View From Gen Y #2

Diva Marketing Blog

This is a special interview series on what life is like for  Jessica Robyn Porter , a Gen Y-er, who disabled her 7 year old Facebook Page.

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Life Without Facebook ~ A View From Gen Y #1

Diva Marketing Blog

More than 800 million active users  has given  Facebook  the enviable status of the golden child of social networks. With multiple generations sharing photos, updates and videos Facebook might even be considered a the biggest digital family reunion ever! That's what's happening for the people who 'grew-up' on Facebook.

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10 Types of Social Media Posts Every Nonprofit Should Be Sending

J Campbell Social Marketing

Have you looked at how many Facebook posts you’re creating each week? Facebook Videos. Guest blog by  Adam Weinger. Donation Appeals.

Posting as Your Profile or Your Page on Facebook

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Before I get started, let’s establish a few definitions as I know Facebook terminology can be a little confusing. ” We good now?

To Make Your Cause's Facebook Updates Unforgettable Use Conversational Language

Cause Related Marketing

A recent study finds that your Facebook posts are more memorable than individual sentences from books, or even human faces.

New studies show online giving up - but results may vary

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

emails per subscriber per month, and sent 6 emails per subscriber in December. • On average, nonprofit Facebook fan pages had 15,053 users, defined as people who “Like” a fan page. Facebook users for nonprofit fan pages grew an average of 14% per month in 2010. It’s interesting to compare and contrast the results. 1.

#DESIGN: How To Follow The Branding Guidelines Of Facebook

Non Profit Marketing 360

Facebook has such a style guide, and many of us stay pretty close to it, probably without realizing it. Interesting, but incorrect, logo.

Nonprofit Spotlight: May

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

In May, we celebrated a diverse group of organizations working hard to better their corner of the world. Join us in thanking these amazing causes and keep up with the latest Nonprofit of the Week by following us on Facebook or Twitter

Proof that Google+ has Facebook freaking out?

Fundraising Coach

I just saw this on Facebook. I’ve been on Facebook for over five years and I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything like this.