Posts tagged ‘Twitter’
¡Congratulations! to Maura Hernandez for mobilizing friends and colleagues to create TweetCamp Chicago.
More than 100 Tweeters and Tweeters to be learned about tweeting for personal and professional use. Twitter 101 and one on one was a buzz with those who know how sharing with those who wanted to know. The sharing was wonderful – Twitter basics and apps that make it work. More importantly the willingness to give and take was terrific. The essence of the more you give, the more you receive.
Creating a social media policy for your nonprofit will have a positive impact for your constituencies and protect your organization from alienating others.
If you want your message to get noticed, be sticky, passed along or retweeted, you have to write about it. AND just writing it isn’t enough, you have to find the forums to share what you have written. AND each of those forums requires a different format.
Tweeting has to be a part of your overall communication and marketing plan. Ten keys to successful tweeting for your non-profit.
Twittering for a cause is a good thing. Take some time to plan and think about how and when to launch your campaign.
Using Twitter for a cause can be useful. This blog shares some tools and information for getting started.
You can have a tweetathon. Six thoughts to keep in mind to be successful.
How to use social networking effectively.