December 3, 2014
Social media is a convenient marketing tool that reaches a broad population. For nonprofits looking to use it as an outreach tool, social media offers instantaneous communication and networking advantages at a low cost. As easy as social media is to use – especially compared to old nonprofit marketing standbys like direct mail or phone calls – there are problems that often crop up in its use by both for-profit companies and charitable groups. Because nonprofits rely so critically on creating a meaningful connection with their contributors and other stakeholders, fixing these mistakes is especially important.
Here's a look at a few of the most common errors that nonprofit groups are making on social media and what can be done to fix them:
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