October 24, 2011

10 great get-down-to-business Twitter apps for nonprofits

by Lindsay Oberst

Target audience: Nonprofits, NGOs, cause organizations, social enterprises, businesses, brands, bloggers, social media managers, individuals.

This is the part of our ongoing series on how organizations can get the most out of Twitter. Please check back weekly for the next installment, and see below for other installments in this series. Continue reading

October 17, 2011

Best Twitter dashboards for nonprofits

by Lindsay Oberst

As Twitter becomes part of your routine — and especially if you manage multiple accounts — it’s easy to feel as if you’re floundering in the incessant flood of information. But a good Twitter dashboard (sometimes called an application or client) gives you access to your accounts in one place and can help you stay afloat by making it easier to monitor, plan and track updates and conversations. Continue reading

October 10, 2011

7 top tools to measure performance & influence on Twitter

by Kyria Abrahams

Target audience: Nonprofits, NGOs, cause organizations, social enterprises, businesses, brands, bloggers, social media managers, individuals.

This is the part of our ongoing series on how organizations can get the most out of Twitter. Continue reading

September 26, 2011

8 nonprofit Twitter superstars

by Kyria Abrahams

Target audience:Nonprofits, NGOs, cause organizations, social enterprises, brands, bloggers, social media managers.

This is the first in our new series of articles on how nonprofits can get the most out of Twitter. Continue reading

April 8, 2011

10 rules for how nonprofits should use Twitter

by Guest

As a community organizer, Twitter makes a lot of sense. Organizing is about building relationships and mobilizing people around a cause. Twitter does exactly that. I have noticed that many organizations don’t understand that Twitter is a social network of one-on-one peer relationships. Continue reading

Category: Nonprofits, Twitter
February 2, 2011

Using Twitter & LinkedIn to promote your event

by Guest

Target audience: Nonprofits, cause and community organizations, foundations, NGOs, businesses, brands, government agencies, conference organizers, educators. Second of two parts. See part 1: 5 ways to use social media to build a crowd for your event. Continue reading