Social media is a tough and competitive environment, but if your constituents are there, you want to be there too.
We can get caught up “doing” social media: churning out content and then measuring success by the numbers that are most visible instead of using it to build relationships.
If you’re quite busy changing the world, it’s tempting to look at data about the effectiveness of your communications “later.” Enter dashboards
Taking three minutes with some image editing software can help a lot… if you can do what you need to quickly and easily.
There are so many websites about social media — and not all of them are useful if what you’re looking for is social media for nonprofits or social justice work. Here are ten sites to start with:
Three websites to get the lay of the land:
Even a great developer can’t always give you what you don’t know you to ask for. Here’s a list of things you are going to need.
Shama Kabani explains the marketing concepts behind social media engagement with a straightforward, non-technical approach.