10 Simple Nonprofit Twitter Tips

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Twitter is a powerful tool for any nonprofit. It is, in simply put, a free messenger that instantly connects your nonprofit to hundreds of millions of possible constituents. Upload an avatar, and fill out a short blurb about your nonprofit in the bio.

Infographic: 10 Most Successful Nonprofit Twitter Accounts

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So your nonprofit start up their Twitter account a few months ago and you’re rolling about 5-6 Retweeets per day. What you didn’t know is just how many Retweets and social interactions some of the largest international nonprofits receive on a daily basis.

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Infographic: Nonprofit Twitter Cheat Sheet

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Is your nonprofit’s Twitter account lacking? But armed with the right tools, the right knowledge, and a few well written tweets, it won’t take long before your nonprofit’s Twitter account is racking up the engagement numbers.

4 Reasons Nonprofits Should Follow More On Twitter

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There are almost 700 million active Twitter users in the world today, and almost 10,000 tweets being sent out per second. The social networking site is also one of the best places for nonprofits to digitally spread their name and recruit help to completing their mission.

6 Nonprofit Technology Takeaways and One Killer Find from #12NTC

NetWits

It’s been a few days since I returned from the Nonprofit Technology Conference (#12NTC) hosted by NTEN in San Francisco, CA. Key Takeaway : Email should be a critical part of every nonprofits communication strategy. Nonprofit Technology Conference Withdrawal by Beth Kanter.

20 Tips for Nonprofits Using Twitter

NetWits

This is a follow-up post to yesterday’s “ 10 Ways Your Nonprofit Can Use Twitter ,&# in which we talked about some of the many ways nonprofit can use social media networks, such as Twitter , as a communications vehicle to support their organization’s larger goals.

How To Find (And Remove) Fake Followers On Twitter

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When it comes to Twitter, it’s not uncommon for fake accounts to clog up your social media channel. The post How To Find (And Remove) Fake Followers On Twitter appeared first on Tech Impact Blog - Leaders in Non-Profit Technology. General Mobile Technology nonprofit nonprofit technology nonprofits npTech social media supporters technology

Good Meets Gadgets: Best Nonprofit Technology Conferences of 2015

EveryAction

It''s almost hard to imagine what life at a nonprofit was like before we could blast out fundraising emails, share stories over Facebook, or issue a call-to-action via Twitter. Technology trends evolve fast + nonprofit pros need to stay on the pulse.

5 Nonprofit Technology Trends to Watch in 2017

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Facebook launched in 2004, YouTube in 2005, and Twitter in 2006. For over a decade nonprofits, charities, and NGOs worldwide have been embracing social media with the hope of raising funds and creating social change. Twitter is working on $Cashtags.

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20 Insightful Nonprofit Technology And Social Media Stats

TechImpact

Some of the most current and meaningful stats about nonprofits and the digital realm, from sources such as Nonprofit Tech For Good , Waggener Edstrom , TechSoup , and the Artez Interactive. 59% of people donate after becoming a follower of a nonprofit’s social network.

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Five Nonprofit Technology Trends to Watch in 2014

Nonprofit Tech for Good

2014 will be an exciting year for nonprofit technology. Numerous communications and fundraising trends are on the verge of going mainstream and nonprofits committed to early adoption have a number of new tools and strategies to pioneer this year.

5 Creative Technologies to Inspire Your Nonprofit’s Efforts

NonProfit Hub

Kayla Matthews is a guest contributor for Nonprofit Hub. Follow her on Facebook and Twitter to read all of her latest posts. _. How much technology is in your general area? We use technology every day of our lives, whether that be using our phones or surfing the Web. Technology is also used to take in information and learn new things faster than any other generation has before. It’s similar to how technology saves lives every day.

What Google’s New Twitter Integration Means For Your Non-Profit

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If you still have an intern running your Twitter strategy, you need to reevaluate your social media strategy. Earlier this month, Bloomberg reported Google search results will now integrate Twitter’s content in real time. The post What Google’s New Twitter Integration Means For Your Non-Profit appeared first on Tech Impact Blog - Leaders in Non-Profit Technology. General cloud computing cloud technology nonprofit nonprofit technology nonprofits SEO social media

29 Nonprofit Resources to Follow on Twitter

Nonprofit Tech for Good

A long overdue follow up to my post on 29 Nonprofit Bloggers to Follow on Twitter , below are 29 nonprofit resources that tweet regularly on subjects ranging from fundraising to social media to mobile communications. Social Media, Cause Marketing, Nonprofit Tech.

2012 Nonprofit Social Networking Benchmark Report [INFOGRAPHIC]

NetWits

Blackbaud, NTEN and Common Knowledge just released the fourth annual 2012 Nonprofit Social Networking Benchmark Report. The report is packed with insights into how nonprofits are leveraging social networks as part of their marketing, communications and fundraising strategies.

4 Emerging Technologies That Will Affect Nonprofits

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Technology is evolving at the speed of light. Here are 4 up and coming technologies that have the potential to change your nonrpfit’s daily operations forever. Your nonprofit should be constantly on top of what is happening in not only your industry, but you competitor’s too.

12 Must-Know Stats About Online Fundraising, Social Media, and Mobile Technology

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Now into the second quarter of 2017, three themes are taking shape that the nonprofit sector should be aware of. That said, below are 12 stats to consider and research further about online fundraising, social media, and mobile technology.

5 New And Quirky Nonprofit Social Media Tactics

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Social media is well documented as a necessary marketing platform for all nonprofits. Everyone knows promoting your nonprofit’s events, services, and fundraisers on social media is a good idea, but many do not know why, or more importantly, how, to do it. Image courtesy of athgo.

5 Key Social Media Analytics Your Nonprofit Needs To Track

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Want to know how many clicks your Twitter feed gets on Mondays vs Wednesdays? The problem a lot of nonprofits are running into is that they have too much data, and do not know what to do with it. It’s that deluge of data that nonprofits are having trouble managing, and with good reason.

4 Strategies For Successful Nonprofit Content Marketing

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In a previous post , we talked about why your nonprofit had to start actively engaging in content marketing. We said it was important, it would boost traffic to your nonprofit’s website, and it even had the potential to increase revenue potential. Image courtesy of Success Online. ?In

4 Reasons Nonprofits Should Follow More On Twitter

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There are almost 700 million active Twitter users in the world today, and almost 10,000 tweets being sent out per second. Nonprofits have identified the power of this social media platform, and are doing everything within their power to connect with and engage as many of these users as possible. […]. The post 4 Reasons Nonprofits Should Follow More On Twitter appeared first on Tech Impact Blog - Leaders in Non-Profit Technology.

The 5 Tweets Your Nonprofit Should Never Send

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They’re precious validation that your nonprofit’s presence on Twitter is not only being well received, but it is reverberating through the annals of the highly trafficked social network. Nonprofits have been utilizing Twitter since its inception.

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Twitter Analytics And Your Nonprofit

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Analytics serve as a window into the effectiveness of your nonprofit’s content marketing. This ultimately helps you attract more potential donors, volunteers, and constituents to your nonprofit. But what about your nonprofit’s social media feeds? Twitter Counter.

Infographic: How Technology Increases Funding

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While this NTEN eBenchmark Study is from 2012, the data continues to grow and support the future of nonprofit technology, and comparing years can lead to newly occurring trends. Fundraising Leadership Tech benchmark study email fundraising Mobile Fundraising social media technology

Nonprofit Technology Training: Book List

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

At this year’s Nonprofit Technology Conference, I’m thrilled to be doing a panel on nonprofit technology training and it has a bit of a star wars theme, “ Learn You Will.” Photo from Librarianismchronicles Blog.

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Twitter, Nonprofits, and You - How to Effectively Engage Members through Social Media

VolunteerMark

Based on Software Advice’s 2015 industry review from Software Advice (an association management technology comparison agency) on how to best use Twitter to foster member engagement, it is clear that having a measurable, valuable, and substantial communication strategy on social media can help save your nonprofit and reach a broader audience

Nonprofit Technology News Celebrity Forecasts for 2014

Tech Soup Blog

We lead off with Amy Sample Ward who is the executive director of NTEN , the big membership organization of nonprofit technology professionals. She is the author of Beth’s Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media , one of the longest running and most popular blogs for nonprofits.

3 Nonprofit Social Media Challenges, And How To Overcome Them

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Nonprofits have been told since Facebook’s rise to prominence that they need to be investing in a social media marketing / fundraising campaigns. Nonprofits don’t understand what needs to go into their campaigns are too often unsuccessful. Image courtesy of University of Minnesota.

10 Reasons to be at NTEN’s Nonprofit Technology Conference (#14NTC)

Connection Cafe

We’re one month out from NTEN’s annual Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) in Washington, DC. The official hashtag, #14NTC , is starting to buzz on Twitter, and I’m getting hyped about connecting with nonprofit leaders from around the globe!

Announcing the 2015 Global NGO Online Technology Survey ?

Nonprofit Tech for Good

To gain a better understanding of how nonprofits, charities, and NGOs worldwide use online technology, Nonprofit Tech for Good is conducting the first-ever Global NGO Online Technology Survey.

5 Under Utilized Social Media Outlets For Nonprofits

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Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn are all garnering huge amounts interaction from a wide array of people. Or the outlets that not traditionally associated with content marketing or use by nonprofits? Social Tech nonprofit nonprofit technology nonprofits npTech social media

3 Ways To Control Your Nonprofit’s Google Results

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Nonprofits are facing a bevy of problems they never faced 10 years ago because of the internet and search engines. Controlling your SERPs, or search engine results page, is vital to driving traffic to your nonprofit’s blog, website, and social channels. Image courtesy of Mashable.

11 Must-Know Stats About How NGOs Worldwide Use Internet Technology

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Based upon the survey results of 2,780 NGOs from Africa, Asia, Australia & Oceania, Europe, North America, and South America, the data gleaned from the online survey is unprecedented and provides valuable insight into the global NGO sector and its use of online technology.

Top 5 Content Management Systems Drive 62% of Nonprofit Websites [INFOGRAPHIC]

Connection Cafe

Recently, I dug under the web’s couch cushions to understand which content management tools nonprofits are currently using to manage their websites. I had pressing questions like: How many nonprofits still update their sites by hand with HTML editors like Dreamweaver?

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11 Ways Your Museum Should be using Twitter

Connection Cafe

I recently read “ The Social Media Police: Nonprofit Edition.” ” In it the authors discussed how you should use social media at a nonprofit and it made me curious about how museums are using Twitter. It’s amazing how many organizations still are not on Twitter.

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Your Nonprofit’s Guide To Promoting Events Via Social Media

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Your nonprofit’s next event, big or small, will likely be announced and hyped up using social media. The truth is, there are certain things your nonprofit can do to increase your chances of getting noticed, and getting more people out to your event. Image courtesy of Jeff Hurt Blog.

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Six Things to Know in Nonprofit Technology News

Tech Soup Blog

A recent study by California nonprofit Community Technology Alliance found that almost 70% of the homeless people surveyed in their county did have a mobile phone. It also uses Twitter to “find, counsel, and direct as many homeless people as possible to help.”

10 Random, But Useful Online Communications Tips for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

2017 is the final year of free webinars for nonprofits ( view final schedule ). To date, Nonprofit Tech for Good has trained 49,000 nonprofit, charity, and NGO staff worldwide on how to succeed in online communications and fundraising.

5 Social Media Analytics Your Nonprofit Should Care About

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We’re tracking not only the performance of our Twitter account, but we’re also […]. The post 5 Social Media Analytics Your Nonprofit Should Care About appeared first on Tech Impact Blog - Leaders in Non-Profit Technology. Social Tech analytics data database nonprofit technology npTech Here at Tech Impact, we love numbers, analytics, and anything else that shows us exactly how effective our online content is. And why wouldn’t we?

Optimize Your Nonprofit’s Content Marketing

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What we do know, is that marketers around the world, in the for profit and nonprofit world alike, are turning to storytelling, content marketing, and social media to engage and connect with target audiences. Yes, 80% of social sharing happens on Facebook and Twitter.