Here are 5 great posts from around the web that we’ve read this week that can really help your organization.
1. Tracking Social Media Success by Social Media Secrets, IT Backbones.
“You must track these inroads to make sure you are being effective. Once you know how your progress is going, you can strengthen areas that are doing well and proving successful, and fix areas that are lagging.”
2. Tips for Fundraising on Twitter from Lakeshore Branding, by Ryan Powszok
Twitter is an ever growing, popular and effective avenue for fundraising. Follow these 8 tips to get your NPO going on twitter and raising $$.
3. Beth’s Blog: What Tools do you use for Making Your Nonprofit’s Social Media Use Efficient? Social media is not a waste of time, but you can “waste your time on social media” …Guest Post by James Young, show how the tool SpredFast can assist in time savings.
4. And of course we cant not have something about Steve Slater & Jet Blue, Nten writes about what the incident tells us about open leadership.
More than 60 percent of participants reporting decreased contributions attributed the drop to a decline in both the number of individual donors and the size of their donations.
In order to balance budgets, 17 percent of respondents reduced program services, and 11 percent laid off employees.
These and other interesting information are available free, download their full report
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