So, you have a social media plan…right?
Hopefully your nonprofit is pretty far down the social media strategy rabbit hole at this point. While it’s easy setup a Twitter account and start tweeting, it’s much more difficult to tie that activity back to outcomes. That’s why it’s important to begin your foray into social media with a strong strategy.
I’m hoping a lot of you have your that strategy in place. If so, now what? Well, now it’s time to begin using the tools, technologies, and tactics necessary to meet those goals. Melanie Mathos and I have developed a pair of presentations that focus on ideas you can plug into your social media strategy. We created these presentations for Blackbaud’s Conference for Nonprofits, and they were inspired by the amazing work we see organizations doing everyday.
Below you’ll find 100 social media tactics for your nonprofit. These are ideas, tools, and techniques you can implement via Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, Foursquare, and other social media platforms. Take a look, get inspired, and try some of them out at your organization!
What are some of the tactics your organization is using to meet its social media goals?