Which Nonprofit Causes Rule Social Media?

J Campbell Social Marketing

Have you ever wondered which nonprofit organizations, causes and issues get the most engagement and exposure on social media? The post Which Nonprofit Causes Rule Social Media? appeared first on J Campbell Social Marketing.

5 Strategies for Using Social Media for Media Relations

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

According to Cision’s 2015 Global Social Journalism Study , 94 percent of journalists are using social media on a daily basis — with 67 percent spending up to two hours a day. Below are five strategies for using social media to your advantage in media relations.

Blocking Access to Social Media is now “Against Policy”

Public Sector Marketing 2.0

This is also the policy that informs authorized users as to what constitutes “acceptable behaviour” in both their personal and professional use of social media.

Using Social Media for Social Good {Infographic}

J Campbell Social Marketing

Are you sick of trying to persuade social media naysayers that the tools can actually accomplish some good in the world? The infographic lists examples of social media campaigns for charity that “went viral”: Random Acts.

Is Nonprofit Social Media A Waste of Time?

J Campbell Social Marketing

Do you find social media to be a big, fat time waster for your nonprofit? Finally, someone told me that it was ok to quit using social media for my nonprofit! The only problem is that social media has BECOME the status quo.

How Much Time Does Social Media Marketing Really Take?

J Campbell Social Marketing

It seems that all too often, uninformed nonprofit Boards and well-meaning but not-tech-savvy Executive Directors simply tack on the words “social media” to the development or marketing person’s job description. Social media is free. No one is born a social media expert.

5 Reasons to Get Excited About Social Media Day

J Campbell Social Marketing

Social Media Day is almost here, and you should be just as I excited as I am! Here are just 5 reasons: 1) Social media has completely revolutionized communications. 2) Social media isn’t just for young people anymore.

No Nonprofits – You Aren’t Posting Enough On Social Media

J Campbell Social Marketing

A common question that I receive from nonprofits on social media: How often should we post on Facebook/tweet on Twitter/post on Instagram/share on LinkedIn, etc.? . To truly understand why, you need to understand how social media (especially Facebook) work.

Social Media Is Not a Marketing Strategy

SocialButterfly

Social media in and of itself is not a strategy (gasp). Harvard Business Review recently published an article titled “ Separate Social Media From Marketing :” …we need to break out social media and talk about more than marketing and technology.

The 7 Deadly Social Media Sins

Social Media Bird Brain

Digiday, which is one of the places I go for social media wisdom, has a great breakdown of the 7 Deadly Sins of social media that may be committed by commercial brands. The 7 Deadly Sins of Social Media Speaking with multiple voices Paying for.

How to Create and Use a Nonprofit Social Media Calendar [with template]

J Campbell Social Marketing

Between answering emails, making phone calls to supporters, editing the annual appeal letter and coordinating fundraising events, who has time to maintain more than one social media site? Get a free download of the Nonprofit Social Media Calendar template by clicking here.

What Is Your Organization’s Social Media Workflow?

J Campbell Social Marketing

There is a misconception that the work of social media is easy – simple posting and tweeting. created a great infographic depicting how much time organizations invest in social media management. He examined a typical social media workflow in a 40 hour work week.

Social Media Is Not a Marketing Strategy

SocialButterfly

Social media in and of itself is not a strategy (gasp). Harvard Business Review recently published an article titled “ Separate Social Media From Marketing :” …we need to break out social media and talk about more than marketing and technology.

3 Realistic Social Media New Year’s Resolutions for Nonprofits

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Here are a few suggestions for starting something good for your social media practice in 2017. For the past few years, some social media expert has pronounced the incoming year as the year of VIDEO. I apologize for the headline (and the macarons).

The 3 Keys to Social Media Success

J Campbell Social Marketing

Nonprofits often ask me – What is the one piece of advice you can give to help us achieve social media success? Not to mention that “social media success” looks different for every organization. Slow and steady wins the social media race.

Are You Totally Missing the Point of Social Media?

J Campbell Social Marketing

Both groups want to know the most surefire and fastest way to grow their fans and followers on social media channels. (I But focusing on numbers and followers misses the point of social media. The post Are You Totally Missing the Point of Social Media?

Social Media Productivity Tools for Nonprofits

J Campbell Social Marketing

For a social media manager at a nonprofit organization, those phrases may seem incredibly elusive. Since 2010, I have helped nonprofits with their digital marketing strategy, focusing on social media. Be efficient. Keep on task. Remain laser-focused.

4 Ways to Use Social Media to Strengthen Donor Relationships

J Campbell Social Marketing

Nonprofit Tech for Good found that “boomers spend 19 hours a week online, and 71% use a social networking site daily with Facebook being the most popular. Your donors ages 74+ are the fastest-growing demographic on social networks. 4) Host an exclusive online social media event.

Are Nonprofits Measuring their Social Media Results?

J Campbell Social Marketing

Websites, email, crowdfunding, and social media platforms have exploded a nonprofit’s ability to find and connect with potential donors and supporters. Do you track your efforts on social media? The post Are Nonprofits Measuring their Social Media Results?

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

J Campbell Social Marketing

Still doubting the power of social media? The post Nonprofits, are you still doubting the power of social media? appeared first on J Campbell Social Marketing. Infographics Social Media Infographic social media Social Media 2014 Statistics Check out this neat interactive infographic from Digital Insights.

What are the best and worst times to post on social media networks?

J Campbell Social Marketing

Everyone is looking to get increased engagement and interaction on their social media posts. We all know that consistently providing killer content and cultivating a dedicated audience (or tribe ) is the key to social media success.

9 Social Media Trends That Will Shape Marketing In 2018

J Campbell Social Marketing

Which social media trends do nonprofits need to understand and be aware of? In this infographic, Filmora lays out 9 of the top social media trends. The post 9 Social Media Trends That Will Shape Marketing In 2018 appeared first on JCSM.

5 Ways to Tackle Your Nonprofit’s Fear of Social Media

J Campbell Social Marketing

Starting out on social media can be a scary proposition for many nonprofits. With all the fear mongering and bad news being reported on the destructive use of social media and other online tools, it is no wonder that some nonprofits are wary of jumping into the social media pool.

Julia’s Nonprofit Social Media Checklist

J Campbell Social Marketing

I’m speaking at the Essex County Community Foundation’s Institute for Trustees on March 22 , and the topic is “Online Marketing & Social Media: What a Board Member Needs to Know” If you’ve seen me speak, you know I cram in a ton of information into my sessions, and this one is just one hour. Here it is, as a free JPG for you to download: Julia’s Nonprofit Social Media Checklist. Julia’s Nonprofit Social Media Checklist.

5 Stories Nonprofits Should Be Telling On Social Media

J Campbell Social Marketing

Storytelling has been receiving a lot of press lately, as a content marketing tool and as an effective way to engage audiences on social media. Here are 5 stories that your nonprofit should be telling everywhere you do fundraising and marketing – including social media.

10 Types of Social Media Posts Every Nonprofit Should Be Sending

J Campbell Social Marketing

If the answers to these questions are ambiguous, vague, or nonexistent, it may be time to rethink your nonprofit’s social media strategy. Thankfully, we’ve got a quick guide to the types of social media posts you should be sharing with your supporters.

Social Media Road Map—Book Giveaway

Getting Attention

Noland Hoshino, Zan McColloch-Lussier and Ash Shepherd teamed up to produce the Social Media Road Map , an all-you-need-but-not more mini-guide to help nonprofits like yours plan, implement and measure your social media engagement.

6 Reasons Your Nonprofit May Not Be Ready For Social Media

J Campbell Social Marketing

If you read this blog, you know that I feel strongly about the potential of social media and digital tools to transform the ways that nonprofits communicate with donors and supporters. Nonprofits are jumping on social channels in greater numbers.

Relief—Your Social Media Decision Guide (No Charge)

Getting Attention

It’s changed dramatically, along with the balance of the social media landscape as one-time favorites shift form and new channels burst onto the scene. There’s little doubt that social media should be a part of your communications mix, but what should you be using it for, and how?

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How to Use Social Media for Fundraising [PODCAST + FREE WEBINAR]

J Campbell Social Marketing

The rise in popularity of social media channels over the past decade has fundamentally changed how we connect with one another, how we discover news, and how we consume and share information that matters. How to determine which social media channels on which to focus.

Social Media Defined

Public Sector Marketing 2.0

A while back I wrote a post clarifying the meaning of the word “marketing ” and corresponding terms such as social marketing, social media marketing, and social media engagement. The key problem I see now is people using the broad term “social media” when in fact they mean either “social media tools” or “social media engagement’ Rarely do they mean both.

What #SaveMarketBasket Can Teach Nonprofits About Social Media & Inspiring Passion

J Campbell Social Marketing

Once the story started receiving national attention, social media channels were all a-buzz. What can this grassroots-turned-national social media campaign teach nonprofits about using social media and inspiring passion in supporters?

The Social Media Success Silver Bullet [VIDEO]

J Campbell Social Marketing

I will finally give you the answer to social media success, all without requiring you to invest any time, money, or effort! The post The Social Media Success Silver Bullet [VIDEO] appeared first on JCSM. Uncategorized April Fool's Day silver bullet social media success

Healthcare Social Media Review #41: Tapping into Visual Storytelling

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How can visual media bring healthcare social media to life? This edition of the Healthcare Social Media (HCSM) Review explores visual storytelling. Many participants mentioned how visual media can help expand access to health messaging.

Nonprofits Grew Online Giving, Website Traffic & Social Media Fans in 2013

J Campbell Social Marketing

Here is a nifty infographic they created for it: The post Nonprofits Grew Online Giving, Website Traffic & Social Media Fans in 2013 appeared first on J Campbell Social Marketing. It’s that time of year again – the M+R and NTEN annual Nonprofit Benchmarks Study

Confusion Surrounding Social Media Monitoring

Public Sector Marketing 2.0

Here are some verbatim responses I often get when asking public servants the following question: “Have you ever monitored social media while at work?” Others still (usually full-time positions) may be hardcore social media monitoring analysts tracking and analysing sentiment, influencers and discussion levels across various social platforms, etc… Everyone has a role to play in this. “we already do media monitoring” Agreed.

One Fundamental Thing Nonprofits Need To Know About Social Media

J Campbell Social Marketing

Association Mavens has an insightful interview with Amy, and her perspective about social media, nonprofits and the future of nonprofit technology. Is there anything else that you would share with us regarding the topic of putting together a multi-channel strategy on social media?

6 Proven Methods To Get More Social Media Shares

J Campbell Social Marketing

We all know that sharing is the gold standard of social media. Here are 6 proven methods to get more social media shares. Pro Tip: People want to see their beliefs conveyed in the content they spread on social networks.

Call for Submissions: Healthcare Social Media Review #21

SocialButterfly

How can social media support prevention and wellness? 16, SocialButterfly will host the HealthCare Social Media Review , the peer reviewed blog carnival for everyone interested in health care social media.

5 Quick Social Media Tips to Create Buzz Before #GivingTuesday

J Campbell Social Marketing

Last year, there were a total of 2,399,092 social media engagements on Giving Tuesday – that’s a lot of people using the hashtag! The post 5 Quick Social Media Tips to Create Buzz Before #GivingTuesday appeared first on JCSM. Giving Tuesday is just one week away!

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