We know that Facebook is crushing it, and that nonprofits and schools have an incredible opportunity to use the platform to deepen relationships with supporters, families, students and alumni. But is your nonprofit or school getting the most out of the platform? Are you using Facebook to its full potential?
The reason Facebook paid $1 billion for Instagram is the same reason why Pinterest is one of the fastest-growing social media sites in history.
It’s also the reason why Facebook redesigned pages to the new Timeline layout: People love pictures.
People upload more than 300 million photos to Facebook every single day!
The new National Wildlife Federation page on Facebook. Target audience: Nonprofits, foundations, NGOs, social enterprises, cause organizations, brands, businesses, Web publishers — anyone with a Facebook Page. Editor’s note: Facebook is switching over all nonprofit and business pages to the new Timeline format this Friday, March 30. Because so many organizations haven’t yet made the […]
Causes, with 140 million+ users, takes it to the next level Guest post by Joe Green Co-founder, Causes On Thursday Facebook announced two of the biggest product changes in its history. First, Facebook is making it easier for people to share the action they take on Causes and get their friends involved in real […]
Social fundraising tool for nonprofits turns messages into donations Guest post by Ehren Foss CEO, HelpAttack! Nonprofits may be interested in what HelpAttack! brings to the social fundraising party. When a donor uses HelpAttack!, each tweet or Facebook update can be a donation, with no need to tag, re-post or change your habits as a […]