What’s that you say? You’ve got a good reason you’re not using social media to promote your nonprofit? Better stop right there. As the article below shows, the four most common excuses nonprofits make about avoiding social media just don’t cut it anymore; and your fundraising returns may demonstrate just that.
While it’s true that Facebook, Twitter and the like require effort and maybe even venturing out of your comfort zone (at least initially), don’t let that frighten you out of a great fundraising and marketing opportunity. Focus your nonprofit’s social media efforts on creating a Facebook or Twitter presence that engages and interacts with volunteers, beneficiaries and prospective donors. Follow the link below to help you get started.
4 Poor Excuses for Avoiding Social Media [Step by Step Fundraising]