Knowing how to tell your story through visual media is an important part of a social media marketing for non-profits.
Today's DonorDreams post is from a guest blogger, Rose Reinert. Rose is a young non-profit professional who happily serves in the trenches and grapples with our sector's newest challenges as they relate to data, impact, and program outcomes. When it comes to data systems, she has experience with membership management databases, financial management software, donor databases, and program outcomes measurement systems.
Among some interesting findings from a report on digital persuasion by Waggener Edstrom are the reasons why followers sign up to a charity’s Facebook page – and the reasons why they leave it.
57% of Facebook Fans “Like” a charity on Facebook because they want to publicly display their support of the nonprofit to their friends.
43% of Facebook Fans “Unlike” a charity on Facebook because
they posted too often.
Check out this collection of Mother’s Day themed campaigns compiled by Kerri Karvetski on Pinterest and be inspired!
Yes, it’s a clean, minimalist interface. Yes, you can transform your photos with just a few clicks. Yes, it’s easy as all get-out to use. But we’ve got some hidden gems to tell you about; cool little tricks to make your photo editing better, stronger, faster.
Until recently the nonprofit pioneers of the Social Web had to mostly rely on their intuition that their social media campaigns were resulting in more dollars raised online, an increase in brand and cause awareness, and higher rates of volunteer recruitment and retention. However, as LinkedIn, Blogger and Myspace all celebrate their 10-year anniversary this year, nonprofits have now had a decade to study and experiment with social media and…