On Wednesday I gave a presentation with author and nonprofit rock star Beth Kanter at CompassPoint‘s “Effective Social Media Strategy and Powerful Tactics for Networked Nonprofits,” a gathering that brought representatives from 80 nonprofits to San Mateo, Calif., for workshops to help them become more social organizations.
If you use Twitter for your nonprofit, you’ve probably been able to meet amazing people, form unexpected alliances and find relevant conversations that you wouldn’t have found anywhere else. But there is one big problem with Twitter. Tweets lose juice. Fast. The graph above is a perfect example of a typical tweet’s lifespan. Born at […]
Image by Greenpeace Finland (CC BY on Flickr) Help your supporters find their way to your organization’s key pages in the Web forest Guest post by Matt Metten The day or week after a website launch, someone will inevitably notice that they can’t find the site on Google, Yahoo! or Bing. This might seem […]
If you’re using a blog to promote your nonprofit or small business, a large part of your strategy is about getting found on Google – otherwise known as search engine optimization (SEO). SEO is the practice of improving the traffic to a website from your website’s organic results on Google. If you don’t understand the value […]
Welcome to the 31 Day Challenge To Optimize Your Blog With Social Media. Today guest contributor Michael Martine will offer tips on how to optimize your most visited blog pages. Guest post by Michael Martine remarkablogger Are you leaving money and opportunity on the table? You might be if you haven’t optimized your blog’s most […]