21 Ways Nonprofits Can Use Social Media to Get Their Mission Across [SLIDES]

A few months ago, we posted “21 Ways Nonprofits Can Use Social Media to Get Their Mission Across,” a post that was heralded by much fanfare and trumpeting across the land.

And by that, we mean people found it very helpful.

That’s why we decided to convert this post into slides.

So, if you’re trying to convince your board to pay a little more attention to Facebook, or if you’re just looking for some more ideas about how to use social media, you can download the slides and print them or send them around.

Check out the slides below, and if you want to download them just click the “Slideshare” button in the bottom left corner:

And if you’re still wondering about how social media can help your nonprofit, check out the free webinar we hosted with Facebook!


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  1. Reblogged this on For the People, by the People and commented:
    Social Media has quickly taken over. Nonprofits must adapt and learn how to effectively incorporate social media. Check out this great blog to find helpful tips for using social media for all its worth.

  2. Great tips and examples! I am sharing this with non-profits I connect with!


  3. watherton80 •

    Make sure you post new pictures regularly on Facebook or Twitter. Your friends and followers probably have a lot of content appear in their feeds, and they will be more likely to notice a picture rather than a text. You could very easily create different photo galleries for your products.


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