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{Infographic} Twitter Psychology for Marketers

Today we’re talking about Twitter Psychology, which is more important than you might think. Why? Well, those who are looking to market themselves via Twitter can find themselves wondering why people are unfollowing them, or why they are not being retweeted. Knowing what Twitter users find important or how they are likely to respond is […]

{Infographic} The 4 C’s of Social Media Marketing

On a scale of 72 to 145, how would you rate your nonprofit’s social media posting habits and online interactions? If you’re thinking it’s somewhere between 70 and 71, you need help. STAT. If your current social media plan consists of tossing up a few facts and unmoving posts here and there, you’re doing it […]

{Infographic} Social Content Strategy: Cheeseburger Style

If you’re a marketing blog addict, you have most likely noticed content marketing or social content marketing comparisons popping up all over the internet. “Content marketing is like a ferris wheel.” Or “a good social content strategy should be like Britney Spears”… Yeah. Today’s infographic helps roll content creation in a new, tastier direction: The Social Content Strategy Cheeseburger.

{Infographic} Facebook: The Nonprofit Social Media Beast

Picture a world without social media. Before you break out in a cold sweat, hear me out. There would be no more: Awesome chats with your supporters and volunteers Meeting new friends Up-to-the-second posts about how fantastic your donors are and what they have helped you accomplish Now you SHOULD be drenched in a cold […]