33 Must-Read Updates to Social Media for Social Good: A How-To Guide for Nonprofits

I havn’t had time to read this, but reblogging, it may help us & others, alot of groups that could help victims & survivors more, or do more to help stop child abuse, are really strapped for cash, personally i really hope people will get the point of the Red Real Fullstop Campaign, and at Join The Dots, team, we are hoping that many will join collaborate, co create, events and help our movement flourish & grow………..as massive as it needs & deserves to be, as the children of today & tomorrow deserve it to be, there are so many committed people working beyond reasonable hours, devoted and determined to end child abuse & support victims & survivors or it…….and please do send us your creations to either display or sell, with a small percentage for our organisation. I have seen very beautiful, rich work, read amazing poetry, if not published yet, we could collect poetry, accounts, art, and produce books too….
We have much we,d like to activate, so please if you are inspired to help, email us. Hope everyone is as well as possibel, Sheva

Nonprofit Tech 2.0 Blog :: A Social Media Guide for Nonprofits

Social Media for Social Good: A How-To Guide for Nonprofits was released in August 2011 and despite the rapid change occurring on the Social and Mobile Web, 90% of the content still rings true. The functionality of the tools discussedhave changed slightly (see the Table of Contents for a compete list), dimensions have been tweaked, and Google+ Pages, Pinterest and Instagram have since become relevant when launching a successful social media campaign for your nonprofit, but the vast majority of the best practices in the book have stood the test of time.

That said, for those of you that have bought the book [Thank you!], below are 33 of must-read updates to Social Media for Social Good: A How-To Guide for Nonprofits. You may also want to listen to a 30-minute radio interview I did about the book on May 17 which also discusses how social and mobile media has…

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