January 9, 2012

17 ways to revive your organization’s Facebook Page

by John Haydon

Target audience: Nonprofits, foundations, social enterprises, cause organizations, NGOs, brands, businesses, Web publishers, educators, general public. If your organization’s Facebook Page no longer has the growth and activity it did when you first launched it, you’re not alone. Many nonprofits have experienced the similar flat-lining due to shifting priorities, turnover or ineffective strategies. The good news is that you can … Continue reading

January 2, 2012

Calendar of 2012 nonprofit & social change conferences

by JD Lasica

Barbara Guillaume, a human rights activist born and raised in Haiti, at Sustainatopia 2011 (photo by JD Lasica). SuperGuide to events for nonprofits & social good organizations Note: See our calendar of 2012 nonprofit and social change conferences. Following is a roundup of conferences and events scheduled in the nonprofit and social change sector in 2012 with a few related … Continue reading

December 27, 2011

45 hashtags for social change

by kimbale

Image by jeffisageek on Flickr Print out this cheat sheet to keep tab on the top tags During the holiday break, Socialbrite is updating and republishing one of our most popular posts from last year. By Kim Bale Socialbrite staff Sending a tweet into the Twitterverse without a proper tag is like stocking a library with no regard to author … Continue reading

December 12, 2011

14 surefire ways to engage Facebook users

by Guest

Image by kbuntu for Big Stock Why you need a variety of strategies to keep fans interested in your cause Target audience: Nonprofits, foundations, NGOs, cause organizations, businesses, brands, social media managers, Web publishers, individuals. Guest post by Jon Loomer Digital marketing consultant, JonLoomer.com The secret to a successful Facebook page is a highly engaged community. You can drive thousands … Continue reading

December 5, 2011

4 awesome ways to create content with Google Plus

by John Haydon

Target audience: Nonprofits, foundations, NGOs, cause organizations, businesses, brands, social media managers, Web publishers, bloggers, individuals. Lately, I’ve been using Google Plus as a way to find, collect and create content. Here are some examples of what I’ve been doing — I’d love to hear your thoughts on these uses for Google Plus. Search The search features in Google Plus … Continue reading

December 1, 2011

The difference between Google Plus Pages & Profiles

by John Haydon

Image by AK Foto for Big Stock How to make sense of Google Plus for organizations and individuals Target audience: Nonprofits, foundations, NGOs, cause organizations, businesses, brands, social media managers, Web publishers, individuals. Now that you have Google Plus Page for your nonprofit, I thought it would be helpful to explain the difference between Google Plus Pages and Profiles. Google … Continue reading