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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.

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.

12 Ways to Get More Fans On Your Nonprofit Facebook Page

J Campbell Social Marketing

By far the most frequent question that I get from nonprofits is: How do we get more fans on our Facebook page? 10)  Use targeted Facebook ads.

What Is Your Nonprofit’s YouTube Strategy?

The Agitator

Enough already of Facebook and Twitter strategy! Better be thinking about YouTube, which just hit the mark of 1 billion monthly users!

How One Nonprofit Is Raising Thousands Using Facebook

J Campbell Social Marketing

Case Study: How One Nonprofit Raised Thousands Using Facebook – Part 1. Facebook was the first platform the charity started using, in late 2008.

How To Build Raving Fans, A Huge Email List & Facebook Ads That Work: Lessons from #AOC2014

J Campbell Social Marketing

He showed the audience step-by-step how to create great Facebook giveaways and contests. SEO and YouTube marketing are key.

Facebook Tips for Nonprofits: How Sanctuary One Inspires and Connects with Supporters

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Facebook is great for more than just sharing photos of cute kittens and that amazing dim sum you had for lunch. Your nonprofit’s Facebook page can help you develop meaningful connections with your fans. Casserly also offered some simple yet effective tips that you can put to work on your nonprofit’s Facebook page.

Your youth segment is not “really” chatting on Facebook anymore

Public Sector Marketing 2.0

Here’s a brief history of Facebook from my own personal experience. joined Facebook sometime in mid 2006. None of my professional contacts knew about Facebook. Facebook was not indexed by search engines in any way. This is the Facebook I liked. Facebook? Let me explain what I mean. The rest is history.

The Cost of Fundraising Through Social Media

Social Media Bird Brain

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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.

Pepsi and Lowe's Co-Brand to Support the Troops

Cause Related Marketing

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Towards a More Hygienic Cause Marketing Campaign for Lysol

Cause Related Marketing

What part of anything I’ve described above would you Tweet or post on your Facebook or Tumblr page? That’s really… um… earnest.

Get More Video Views & Shares: #501TechNYC (Part 2)

Getting Attention

In her two-and-a-half year tenure, she’s increased the organization’s visibility on Facebook and YouTube by over 800%. Streamline!

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Facebook, Twitter and YouTube Are Tools For Diplomacy

Blue Sky Collaborative

social media is a perfect fit for the social sector. nonprofits and other orgs working toward the greater good can leverage these "free" tools. of course its takes time and resources to come up with an effective strategy but atleast

12 digital fundraising trends for 2012 #1 Truly Personalised Video Thanking

Giving in a Digital World

Of all the ways in which charity: water’s staff and volunteers personally thanked their supporters – telephone, letter, email, and video -  it is the YouTube thank you videos which have the most exciting potential to have impact beyond the immediate 1-to-1 thank you. Great for driving both brand awareness and consideration.

Social Media Content Is Sitting Right in Front of You

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

Your website, donor appeals, and newsletters are just waiting to be translated into a Facebook post, tweet, or YouTube video. To help get your creative juices flowing, here are some quick tips and content ideas for Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram Content for your social media channels is sitting right in front of you. Really!

10 Reasons Your Nonprofit Needs to Be On Google+

J Campbell Social Marketing

If you use Gmail or if you comment on YouTube videos, you have already created a Google+ personal account. Google+ may be the perfect next step.

Get the most out of Facebook

Fundraising Coach

John knows Facebook and he knows nonprofits. In this post, he shares some apps for using Facebook even more effectively!

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Nonprofits, are you still doubting the power of social media?

J Campbell Social Marketing

Pinterest users are active with almost a quarter of users visiting the site once per day; A staggering 100 hours of video is uploaded per minute to YouTube, which is also the #2 search engine – figure out how to incorporate video into your nonprofit marketing and fundraising strategy! Still doubting the power of social media? Try this.

Amazon is giving away my book for free today

Fundraising Coach

wrote this book because I am always getting questions about how to use Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ to market and fundraise for nonprofits.

#HOWTO: Set Up Your Tumblr Blog’s Settings & Connect To Twitter/Facebook

Non Profit Marketing 360

youtube][link]. We also explore the blog’s settings and what distinguishes them from your account’s preferences. Related articles.

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How To Create Eye-Catching Graphics For Your Nonprofit (Without Using Photoshop!)

J Campbell Social Marketing

On Facebook, videos are shared 12X more than links and text posts combined. 42% On YouTube, 100 million users are taking a social action on videos every week. 36% I presented a great webinar this week with 4Good and Nonprofit Webinars, and I am happy to share it with you here. You can also read more in my free e-book !

Increase In Online Giving Presents Nonprofits With Great Opportunity

J Campbell Social Marketing

The average value of a Facebook fan is $214.81 (over 12 months). Get excited – online giving is definitely on the rise! Tweet.

Great new in-video interactive functionality now available for YouTube Non-profit Partners

Giving in a Digital World

Back in March I wrote about the launch of YouTube’s ‘Call to Action’ feature enabling UK and US organisations in its Non-profit Partners Programme to place overlay ads linking direct to their own websites from their YouTube videos for free – basically turning YouTube videos into simple interactive video ads.

Great new in-video interactive functionality now available for YouTube Non-profit Partners

Giving in a Digital World

Back in March I wrote about the launch of YouTube’s ‘Call to Action’ feature enabling UK and US organisations in its Non-profit Partners Programme to place overlay ads linking direct to their own websites from their YouTube videos for free – basically turning YouTube videos into simple interactive video ads.

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#PRESSRELEASE: The Knowledge Fountain Launches Online Learning Website (Live Instructors) Aimed at Nonprofits

Non Profit Marketing 360

The Knowledge Fountain can also be found on YouTube and on Twitter at @TheKFountain. Related articles.

#INTERVIEW: John Haydon, Founder of Inbound Zombie, @Socialbrite Partner, Shares Insights on Nonprofit Marketing

Non Profit Marketing 360

At that time Facebook was starting to gain interest. You need to start with Facebook first because everybody and their mother is on Facebook.” 

Socialnomics Social Media Revolution video updated for 2013

Giving in a Digital World

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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%).

My Big Fat Problem With Social Media Measurement

J Campbell Social Marketing

For example, I have a client who is laser focused on Twitter followers, Facebook Likes and YouTube views. Don’t get me wrong. Dig deeper.

Super Short is Super Sweet: Storytelling that Hooks Digital Donors

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Facebook posts that include photos or videos tend to get many more comments than posts without them. Jim Lynch. Why Really Short Matters.

10 Social Media Stats for Nonprofit Marketers

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

online adults are now Facebook users. users spend 114 billion minutes a month on Facebook. 70% of YouTube traffic comes from outside of the U.S. 40% of Facebook users surveyed say they log in to the social network multiple times per day. Is one of your 2014 goals to get your social strategy in order? 73% of U.S.

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#Fundraising: To Bring Donations In, Keep Sending Emails Out

Non Profit Marketing 360

With all the buzz about social media sites like Facebook , Twitter , and Google+, we can lose track of tried-and-true outreach tools.

#SOCIALMEDIA: It’s OK To Say ‘No’ To Your Social Networks

Non Profit Marketing 360

Rachel offers a fine practical example: If you like talking, send out your updates on short YouTube videos. But what to do about it? Plan ahead.

Three Surprises in the 2015 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Facebook and Twitter are still the king and queen of nonprofit social media, followed by YouTube and LinkedIn. know how it is.

10 Ways to Build Loyalty Among Your Online Community Members

J Campbell Social Marketing

Sure there are shady online services where you can purchase thousands of Facebook fans and Twitter followers. Who will do what, when? Try it!

#TECH: Google+ Gets Redesign To Emphasize Visuals & Customizations

Non Profit Marketing 360

This morning Google announced a striking rise in income that beat stock analysts’ predictions for this first quarter of 2012: $10.65

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators and Fundraisers

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Think Facebook was confusing before? Beth Kanter shares What Do Facebook’s New Timeline Apps Mean for Nonprofits? See you next week!

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The Cause Marketing Blog Jumps on the Star Trek Bandwagon

Cause Related Marketing

The day was March 9, 1967 and NBC had a challenging ratings failure on its hands called ‘Star Trek.’The

#Interview: Rob Wu, Founder of CauseVox, On Building Online Tools For Nonprofits (Part 1 of 2)

Non Profit Marketing 360

CauseVox offers a unique combination of online tools to nonprofits. Rob Wu, Cofounder of CauseVox. How was such an enterprise funded? Click to enlarge.