Adding social media to a long list of job responsibilities is just not humanly possible. There’s no doubt that if your nonprofit wants to be successful on the Social Web, then nonprofit executive staff and board need to begin to seriously consider allocating funds to a social media manager position.
What Comprises the Perfect Blog Post?
How do you about writing the perfect blog post? Wait, does perfect even exist? Well, it does! Derek Halpern from Social Triggers shared an excellent visual representation of the key elements that make up the perfect blog post.
Crafting attention-grabbing headlines, key insights, soundbite, connecting with the readers emotions and a few call-to-actions all make up an effective and well, perfect blog post.
Free monitoring tools may fill your needs if you work for a small nonprofit or your business has no need for more sophisticated services (coming tomorrow). Just remember: Free monitoring tools aren’t really free — they require an investment of staff time and analysis.
Social Media seems to be engulfing us nowadays both online and off-line.
Not a day goes by without a mention in the news of the latest innovation or issue from Facebook or Twitter. Or the latest social platform that’s sure to be “the next big thing”; Pinterest?