My 10 must-read Facebook resources for non-profits was a pretty popular post but as it’s now a year old I’ve decided to search 10 fresh new links, well people do love a good list…
If you are struggling with finding your Facebook voice, Like the five nonprofits listed above by Non-profit Tech 2.0 and learn from their example.
Facebook pages can be seen as a bit of minefield when you’re new to them. However, there are very simple things you can do to make it much easier for your charity or organisation when setting up a presence. Read @Keanearrow’s post to find out more.
Beth Kanter on the ball as usual. Great post based upon actual research findings.
Do we focus too much on Facebook? Tim Davies explores our obsession with the big blue social network.
Rob Dyson of Whizz-Kidz shares his thoughts on social media metrics.
Not strictly speaking a non-profit specific post but this is a useful collection of juicy links from Copyblogger which any charity thinking about their Facebook presence will find useful.
The Facebook Non-profit Guy shares a top tip on making the most of your contact list.
This official page is a resource for non-profits and other organizations interested in social good. Some great case studies and best practice in there.
One for the fundraisers, this is a great post from JustGiving.
Interesting #BeGoodBeSocial presentations and workshops from Rob McAllen, Marc Bowker, Sara Thomas and Rob Dyson exploring social media for social good. Topics include grassroots campaigns using Facebook, developing a social media fundraising strategy, using social media to engage staff and communicating in a Big Society.
Got any Facebook non-profit resources you’d like to share? Leave a comment or tweet me @thirdsectorlab