No two social networking sites are the same, and your organization shouldn’t be treating them like it. So what should you be doing on what site? Let’s talk about general etiquette tips for social media, and then we’ll get into the specifics for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ and more.
People don’t come looking for marketing when they log onto social media sites. So let’s talk about how to subtly get your point across without sounding forced. We’ll talk about using ads and how you can raise awareness while sounding like a real human being.
Even if you have the most trustworthy and responsible social media manager at your nonprofit, guidelines are a must. Setting up a voice chart and a handbook will help guide whoever is posting for your organization, and will aid in a transition of positions that could occur.