Both individuals and businesses have begun to turn to crowdfunding to pay their way out of misfortune, generate donations and fund startups. The grass isn’t always greener on the side of crowdfunding; less than half of campaigns reach their goal.
Like frosted tips and neon windbreakers, to most, Snapchat seemed like nothing more than a funky fad. The tides have changed and people have embraced Snapchat into the same category of social media powerhouses as Facebook and Twitter. Should your NPO use Snapchat?
Social media is one of the best ways for organizations to communicate with and engage their audiences. It lets nonprofits reach individuals far and wide, it’s a fun outlet to creatively market and (best of all) it’s free.
Take a look at any social media platform, and you’ll see it’s dominated by celebrities and big corporations. Social media is saturated with many users, which makes it difficult for nonprofits to be noticed.
Content allows you to tell stories, keep your audience engaged and allows you to highlight your thought leadership in the space. Check out these tools to help you get started and create effective content.
How do you know what social networks are important for your nonprofit? Deciding which sites are worth your time can be tricky. Here’s some tips to help determine which sites could be here for the long haul.