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Learn how to effectively plan and craft content for your Facebook page which will help you achieve your marketing and fundraising objectives in just a couple of hours a week.
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Social media is a hot topic for many not-for-profits, especially when it comes to fundraising and building awareness. Kate vanderVoort answers six commonly asked questions.
Your not-for-profit's on Facebook but you want to stand out from the crowd. Here are five simple tips to help you make the most of it.
In this introductory webinar, we will help you understand how Facebook works and guide you through the basics of Facebook for not-for-profits
For your not-for-profit to setup a Facebook Page, you need an account to get started – but what it you don’t want to tie the Page to someone’s personal Facebook account? Facebook’s Business Account is what you’re looking for.
A common mistake when it comes to setting up a presence on Facebook is that an organisation/business chooses as Facebook Profile instead of a Facebook Page. Facebook has been clearly set up to accommodate personal individuals and businesses/organisations and it’s important that your not-for-profit uses Facebook the way it’s designed to get the most out of it.
A good social media campaign or engagement strategy can help your organisation fulfill its mission. There are many examples of not-for-profits using these tools successfully for everything from fundraising and volunteer recruitment to building awareness on sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. But there are also examples of organisations that have encountered pitfalls along the way to an effective social media presence.
Advocacy through social media can be successful - if done the right way. Chris Roberts from the Brotherhood of St. Laurence tells us how they had success with three key steps.