Is your Page as cool as the Page for the Norwegian Curling Team’s Pants? | Weekly Roundup
- Earlier this week, Google added Facebook Page status updates to its real-time search results, which means that if you post something to your nonprofit’s Page about, say, education reform, that update could show up when someone Googles “education reform”. Time to dust off the old status updater.
- Does your nonprofit have a process in place for communicating with donors who give to you through Network for Good? If not, you may be missing important opportunities to connect with your supporters. Kivi Leroux Miller explains the whys and hows.
- Social media come and go–case in point, the recent appearance of Google Buzz. John Haydon offers tips and advice for creating a social media plan that can roll with the punches of the ever-changing social media landscape.
- Nancy Schwartz shares some interesting lessons learned from a recent foray into video communications and suggests a step-by-step plan for nonprofits ready to roll camera.
- If you’re writing copy for your nonprofit’s website, check out these tips from Kevin Cesarz on how to appropriately “layer” your content so that the important stuff is right up front.
- If you’re looking for a way to celebrate this lovely snowy Friday, I suggest becoming a fan of the Norwegian Curling Team’s Pants.
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