Facebook restart?

iMarketSmart

I haven’t been much of a fan of Facebook for my business. So about a month ago we decided to start posting on our somewhat dormant MarketSmart Facebook page again. Do you prefer Facebook? The post Facebook restart? I simply prefer LinkedIn. But recently it occurred to me that some fundraisers really like it. And, who am I to decide how they should engage with me and my company?

Facebook Giveth…

The Agitator

Facebook has announced that it is eliminating its five percent transaction fee on donations to nonprofits (personal fundraisers still have a 6.9% + $.30 From early reports, it may be advantageous to use organic Facebook reach to fundraising directly on the site. (As

Nonprofits on Facebook: Is It Time To Break-Up With Facebook?

J Campbell Social Marketing

Updated: Elon Musk deleted the Facebook Pages for Tesla and SpaceX ; Sonos pulled their Facebook Ads. What a week for Facebook! People deleting their Facebook accounts in anger. So what does all of this mean for the future of nonprofits on Facebook?

How to Drive Donations for Your Nonprofit Using Facebook Live

J Campbell Social Marketing

There is no doubt that getting results from Facebook in 2018 is harder than ever. While Facebook continues to roll out News Feed changes at an alarming pace, one vital feature not only seems to be insulated from declining reach, but also increasing in popularity – Facebook fundraising.

Is there too much fundraising on Facebook?

J Campbell Social Marketing

Last night when I checked my News Feed before bed I was interrupted by a request from Facebook – take a short survey and help us make Facebook better. Or at least what the largest social media company in the world is thinking about.

New Facebook Features and Why They Matter

Public Sector Marketing 2.0

Last week, Facebook held its annual F8 conference where Mark Zuckerberg and team typically set the direction for global digital technology. What Facebook invests time and resources in tends to set the course for the entire digital ecosystem. Along comes Facebook Spaces VR to the rescue.

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: Nonprofit Fundraising on Facebook

J Campbell Social Marketing

Nonprofits large and small are looking into social media’s newest shiny object – the free nonprofit fundraising on Facebook features. Some organizations get great results from Facebook fundraisers, but other nonprofits remain perplexed or frustrated by the process.

Facebook’s Latest News Feed Changes: What Nonprofits Can Do

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Another week, another change to Facebook. ( In case you haven’t heard, Facebook is changing what you see on your news feed. You’ll now see more from your friends than from Facebook Pages. Start a Social Media Ambassador Program.

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Should A Nonprofit Have Multiple Facebook Pages?

J Campbell Social Marketing

Welcome to Facebook Fridays! Fridays at noon I take 15 minutes to help you navigate the crazy wilderness of Facebook for your nonprofit. Today I answered your question: Should I create more than one Facebook page for my nonprofit, if we have many different programs and services? First of all, I have to say that the way nonprofits approach Facebook, and social media in general, is all wrong. Remember what it takes to be successful on Facebook.

Happy Birthday Dear Facebook – Facebook Turns 10!

J Campbell Social Marketing

In an open letter on his Facebook profile, Mark Zuckerberg writes: Check out this nifty infographic from marketing agency Keystone Click , detailing some of the major changes from TheFacebook.com in 2004 to Facebook as we know it today. Facebook Turns 10: The Mark Zuckerberg Interview.

What You Don’t Know About Visual Marketing On Facebook

J Campbell Social Marketing

Visuals are everything on social media. On Facebook, having a great visual can mean the difference between skyrocketing engagement and crickets. Facebook posts with images see 2.3 You might also not be aware of each and every recommended upload size on Facebook.

How Can Nonprofits Use the Facebook Local App for Marketing?

J Campbell Social Marketing

Welcome to Facebook Fridays! Fridays at noon I take 15 minutes to help you navigate the crazy wilderness of Facebook for your nonprofit. Today I answered your question: How can my nonprofit use the Facebook Local app for marketing? What is the Facebook Local App? . Designed to be a competitor for Yelp and Foursquare, Facebook Local is a way to find out what’s happening nearby and what your friends are attending or interested in. How does Facebook Local work?

How Can We Use Facebook To Promote Our Nonprofit Events?

J Campbell Social Marketing

Welcome to Facebook Fridays! Fridays at noon I take 15 minutes to help you navigate the crazy wilderness of Facebook for your nonprofit. Today I answered your question: How can we use Facebook to promote our nonprofit events? Grab the Nonprofit Facebook Events Checklist – everything you need to create a fabulous event on your nonprofit Facebook Page! Why should nonprofits care about Facebook Events? . 41% of Facebook users in the U.S.

6 Ways Your Nonprofit Can Quickly Get More Facebook Engagement

J Campbell Social Marketing

The friendly folks at Facebook have tweaked the News Feed algorithm again , now putting an explicit priority on posts from family and friends over pages. However, as with all changes to the Facebook News Feed, I encourage you to breathe and do not panic.

How Do Nonprofits Receive Donations Made on Facebook?

J Campbell Social Marketing

Welcome to Facebook Fridays! Fridays at noon I take 15 minutes to help you navigate the crazy wilderness of Facebook for your nonprofit. Today I answered your question: How do nonprofits receive donations made on Facebook? There are three ways to receive donations made to your nonprofit on Facebook: 1. Nonprofits that are Registered with Facebook Payments. How to register with Facebook payments: [link] .

How to Create a Facebook Group [Social Media Basics]

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Having a Facebook Page is pretty much a must these days. If you need to have a dialogue with a number of people related to your cause, you might want to consider a Facebook Group (or many different groups) in addition to your nonprofit’s official Facebook Page.

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How Nonprofits Can Get More Social Media Engagement in 2018

J Campbell Social Marketing

Nonprofits small and large dived into social media last year, and some found huge success – but many did not get the results that they expected. I hear these social media laments all the time from nonprofits: “Social media algorithms have killed our engagement this year.”. “It’s

Live Debate: What Are The Pros and Cons of Facebook Fundraising for Nonprofits?

J Campbell Social Marketing

Welcome to Facebook Fridays! Fridays at noon I take 15 minutes to help you navigate the crazy wilderness of Facebook for your nonprofit. Today I brought on special guest Noah Barnett from peer-to-peer online fundraising platform CauseVox to answer your question: What are the biggest pros and cons of setting up and using Facebook fundraising tools for nonprofits? Are you going to encourage your community to raise money for your nonprofit via Facebook?

Facebook Turns 12 – What’s In Store for the World’s Most Popular Social Media Network

J Campbell Social Marketing

Happy Birthday Facebook! This infographic from One Productions lays out the past, present, and future of Facebook. What’s in store for Facebook in the next 12 years, and beyond? What’s in store for Facebook this year and the next decade?

Taming Facebook with identity

The Agitator

Facebook gave us the first hit free: get your constituents to like your page and you’ll be able to talk with them on their platform free. What they meant was “get your constituents to append their own interest data to Facebook’s copious data stores and Facebook will sell it to others.”.

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. On their Q3 earnings call , Facebook released the following mind-blowing statistics: 1.35 billion people log into Facebook each month. Native links on Facebook.

3 Facebook Engagement Wins – Part 1: Straight from the horses mouth

Getting Attention

Hey, I have the inside scoop on Facebook, from Facebook (take it with a grain of salt, I guess), and I want to share it with you. Most of us rely on Facebook for low-cost, if not free, interaction with our donors, volunteers, and supporters. Facebook

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

Public Sector Marketing 2.0

If you’re an organization that has had a Facebook Page up and running for a while now, you can probably attest to the fact that it’s not easy to keep up with the frequency of Facebook user interface changes.

Facebook - Stay or Go?

Social Media Bird Brain

More and more folks appear to be waking up to the change in their reach on Facebook - seeing a lot more posts wondering whether they should stay or go. content engagement Facebook Pinterest reach small nonprofits social media platforms stay or go Tumblr

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. Pew Internet reported in January of this year that for the first time, more than half of all online adults 65 and older (56%) use Facebook. This is just Facebook 101.

How to Get People to Raise Money for Your Nonprofit on Facebook – Part 1

J Campbell Social Marketing

Social media fundraising is getting easier, thanks to some great new Facebook features designed specifically to make it easier for nonprofits to raise money on the social network. Feature 2: Fundraisers on Facebook . Have you raised money using Facebook?

You Can Now Fundraise on Facebook for Your Favorite Charity

J Campbell Social Marketing

Facebook recently announced a new tool designed to give individual users the power to fundraise on Facebook for their favorite verified US-based 501(c)3 nonprofits, directly within the platform! According to Facebook officials, this has always been their intended vision.

5 Strategies for Using Social Media for Media Relations

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

More recently, these ideas came through my Twitter feed, a conversation on LinkedIn or a message on Facebook. 25 percent of journalists report that they use social media to make new contacts and 12 percent report that they have published stories based on information found on social media.

REPORT: Facebook Levels Off While Instagram Rises

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Nonprofits, it’s time to see other people (besides those on Facebook). According to the latest research from Pew Research Center , more Americans are branching out from Facebook to try second and third social networks. Frequency of Social Media Site Use | Create infographics.

AARP’s Rule of One for Facebook

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Facebook engagement is so confounding for so many nonprofits, so when I hear about an organization that seems to have figured it out, I have to share. Nonprofit Communications Social Networking facebook

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How the Latest Facebook Announcement Will Impact Your Social Media Strategy

J Campbell Social Marketing

In an announcement last week, Facebook unveiled their new News Feed FYI blog to “highlight major updates to News Feed and explain the thinking behind them.”. 1) The first Facebook change to the News Feed is Story Bumping. Facebook will never show you posts chronologically.

12 Great Pieces of Facebook Advice {Infographic}

J Campbell Social Marketing

In this great infographic from Shortstack , there are 12 succinct but helpful tips for using Facebook. What is your best Facebook tip? The post 12 Great Pieces of Facebook Advice {Infographic} appeared first on J Campbell Social Marketing.

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. Facebook can offer a number of benefits–but it also has some potential drawbacks. Does Facebook help us feel more connected—or alone?

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. Facebook can offer a number of benefits–but it also has some potential drawbacks. Does Facebook help us feel more connected—or alone?

A Facebook Champ

A Small Change

So, I think this social media thing is sticking around. Let’s face it, social media (Facebook is the frontrunner today) are part of our lives now. So, it stands to reason that sharing about the things we care about most on social media makes sense.

10 Ways to Use Social Media to Grow Your Nonprofit Email List

J Campbell Social Marketing

They are your website, your email list, and your social media platform(s). Having an engaged and active email list is so much more powerful and beneficial for your nonprofit than having 10,000 Facebook followers or 500 Twitter followers.

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Facebook Blocks the Stream

Social Media Bird Brain

To recap: Facebook is continuing its monetizing strategy by restricting what you see in your timeline. advertising branding Facebook organic reach paid reach reach Small nonprofit social media marketing Via Schenectandy on Panoramio I touched on this subject in last week''s post, but now it''s time to look at it from the perspective of what it means to you.

How Nonprofits Continue To Get Facebook Marketing All Wrong

J Campbell Social Marketing

In my conversations with nonprofits using social media, I always ask them one question first – What do they want to get out of using Facebook? . Facebook is also very different than other platforms and requires more finesse. Social media is not a megaphone.

How to Get People to Raise Money for Your Nonprofit Using Facebook

J Campbell Social Marketing

In last week’s post, 3 Facebook Features Designed to Help You Fundraise , I highlighted just three of the Facebook features that are making social media fundraising a little bit easier for your nonprofit. Facebook is such a fail and not worth pursuing.”.

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

Non Profit Marketing 360

The saga that is the Facebook IPO continues. If it is, what should nonprofits and charities be doing with their Facebook accounts as the company deals with this shakeout? Facebook has always had its detractors, as did the telegraph and the automobile. Should nonprofits worry?