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I’ve run across a few articles around the interwebs recently that I thought some of you might find interesting. They all have to do with social media best practices and taking advantage of the conversation that results from tools like Twitter and Facebook.
Sometimes (read: all times) there’s a million different opinions about the million different social media options, but I personally believe that having a process in place to handle the different social media mediums (however flash-in-the-pan) is important in order to use them effectively. These articles seem like they can help shape that process for many people so check them out and let me know what you think.
- Five Most Common Mistakes Made by Nonprofit Admins on Facebook
Simple post outlining good practices for nonprofits on Facebook
- How To Translate Social Listening Into Good Twitter Conversation That Supports Your Objectives
Beth Kanter looks at using Twitter and Facebook conversation to meet your objectives.
- Online Database of Social Media Policies
Sort by Nonprofit and the list becomes immediately less daunting 🙂