At 3:15 every day, Johnny went to his local after-school program to play basketball. After the game he sat with the after-school program’s tutor and went over his reading assignments. The tutor didn’t know about Johnny’s problems in math, and Johnny never told them.
We know our audiences are out there on social media. They’re busy retweeting, posting, sharing, pinning, and blogging on an array of social media websites and platforms across the Internet. Marketers from the nonprofit sector and the for-profit sector alike are attempting to harness the power of social media to connect with these audiences.
But what social platform are they on the most? How do they use one platform over another? And what’s this I hear about teens leaving Facebook for other social networks, is this true?
Optimizing your content for various social platforms sounds like a good idea, but how can you make sure you’re optimizing it correctly?
As clouds become even more powerful and, and packages and services become more comprehensive, organizations become more receptive to the idea of migrating to the cloud. One reservation many organizations have with making the switch is how difficult the migration process could be potentially.
The truth is, the migration process does not need to be difficult, time consuming, or expensive. If your nonprofit has properly prepared, it can be a breeze making the switch.
Here are a few tips to help your nonprofit make a switch to the cloud seamlessly.
Content markets are alway looking for new ways to encourage field influencers to share their work. Successfully partnering with visible experts in your non-profit’s area is an excellent way to make your content go viral.
But how does your organization get the attention of these big name influencers? The best way to do this is to add value to your content. You can get the attention of an build relationships with influencers by creating content valuable to them and sharing it with them in a more personal way.
Here are the steps to building lasting, strong relationships with industry influencers.