By Esther D. Kustanowitz We are now in a season of remembrance. And today, there is no remembrance without social media acknowledgement. Last week, as communities celebrated Yom Hashoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), social media buzzed with an unusual Instagram campaign: … [Read more...] about Anne Frank Friended Me: Social Media and Remembering the Holocaust
Instagram is leveling the playing field and gives smaller nonprofits, with fewer resources, the opportunity to grow their donor base. By Dana Wynkoop A picture can say something in an instant; in a way that a million words can never truly express. Starting in 2010, … [Read more...] about Instagram for Nonprofits
By Elana Alfred [Editor's note: While this post is geared to the JDS world, there are lessons for all organizations.] Have you ever been in a conversation with someone and called the person a “millennial”? If you have, you may have experienced a less-than-pleasant reaction. … [Read more...] about Marketing to Millennials
By John Haydon
Well, we all knew this day was coming.
Facebook has finally decided to pull the plug on almost all types of public content from pages. … [Read more...] about Facebook News Feed Overhaul:
How Your Nonprofit Can Prepare
By Julie Fisher One common question that I hear from leaders of organizations about social media is, “Where do I find the time?!” With all of the tasks we need to accomplish each day, maintaining social media sometimes feels like a huge imposition and a big headache. I’m here t … [Read more...] about 5 Ways to Save Time While Maintaining Social Media Platforms for Your Organization