12.9.19 US News
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The new Facebook algorithm: Why the change is so good for nonprofits
Don’t let these changes frustrate you or create cause for alarm. Instead, embrace that you have an organization built upon the passion of its employees, supporters, and recipients.
Tips for starting, fine-tuning your cross-platform communications
Jill Warren Lucas See related story here. Amy Sample Ward offers the following tips for nonprofits that are just getting started to those interested in fine-tuning their communications outreach. Do your homework Creating social media pages and posting clever content won’t […]
Ready, set, Facebook
Part of the real value of Facebook is the process of figuring it out as you go, so nonprofits shouldn’t be afraid to jump in and start networking.
Chase names winner of Facebook contest
Invisible Children received 123,990 votes from Facebook users, and a $1 million grant from Chase.
Facebook users choose Red Cross
As the winner of an online vote among Facebook users, the American Red Cross receives a $50,000 grant from the Western Union Foundation to support disaster-relief efforts.
Tapping into tomorrow’s philanthropists
Social-networking tools have the potential to reach a new generation of philanthropists who are more familiar with blogs than black-tie dinners.
Social networks: A tool for fundraising
Participants in Facebook’s recent fundraising challenge agree that social networking, when coupled with traditional fundraising principles, can add to nonprofit coffers.