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Six Things Nonprofits Should Know About Facebook Ads

Note From Beth: Here’s some quick tips on using Facebook Ads.  The most important thing to remember is that being successful, especially with ads, depends on using measurement and metrics to learn as Taryn’s point number for suggests.   If after reading these tips, you want to want some more case studies and indepth resources, please see this post:  “How A Small Nonprofit Used Facebook Ads Effectively

Six Things Nonprofits Should Know About Facebook Ads – guest post by Taryn Degnan

If you build it, they will come… but what if they don’t? … Read More

How @GoodwillIntl is Celebrating Labor Day with Twitter Campaign #150jobs AND Measures Success

KD Paine and I had the pleasure of interviewing the Arlene McCrehan social media team at Goodwill for our soon to be launched book,  Measuring the Networked Nonprofit.    Goodwill uses measurement and learning in its evolution into a networked nonprofit.  … Read More

How Arts Organizations Win Gold Medals in Social Media

Flickr Photo - Of Small Things

Note from Beth: I missed out on the Olympics in London this year while I was traveling in Cambodia.     While the world acclaimed sports event was taking place in London,  the Gay Chorus Olympics was taking place in Denver.  

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An Interview With Facebook’s Libby Leffler: Facebook and Nonprofits

A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity have lunch with Libby Leffler who works on strategic partnerships at Facebook with nonprofits.   If you work in nonprofits and social media, you are likely to be seeing a lot of more of Libby as she will is doing a lot more speaking about Facebook and Nonprofits.  … Read More

Why Twitter Team Tweeting Works

 

 

Colorado Coalition for the Medically Underserved is a state network that links resources with people who can make change happen in Colorado.   They work in collaboration with health care providers, policy, and decision makers, industry experts, advocates, and individuals in communities across Colorado.  … Read More