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Social Media for NonProfits: Best Practices & Analysis



Originally Aired: 5/10/13 ...

Originally Aired: 5/10/13

Learn basic skills and techniques to make social media a valuable part of your organization's outreach plan, and how to best measure your digital impact. There will be a Q&A session at the end.

Presenter: Kristen Grace, Marketing & Communications Associate



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    • Social Media: Facebook & TwitterBest Practices & AnalysisMay 10, 2013Thank you for joining us. We will begin in a moment.Please check your speakers/phone connection.If you experience any problems, please let us knowby typing in the chat box.Follow the OEC on Twitter: @OhioEnviro.The hashtag for this webinar is #OECwebinar
    • Kristen GraceMarketing & CommunicationsAssociateSocial Media: Facebook & TwitterBest Practices & Analysis
    • Ohio Environmental CouncilThe OEC is the Ohio’s most comprehensive, effective andrespected environmental advocate for a healthier, moresustainable Ohio.Our experts work daily to restore, protect, and strengthen thequality of life for families and communities—from the air webreathe and the water we drink to the food we eat and naturalresources we enjoy.Please join us! OEC members: Receive great benefits Become part of the community working to restore, protect, andstrengthen the quality of life for families and communities inOhio.Become a member today at www.theOEC.org.
    • Ohio Environmental CouncilFACEBOOK - Facebook.com/OhioEnvironmentalCouncilTWITTER @OhioEnviro - OECs main twitter account @StatehouseJack - Jack Shaner, OECs Director of LegislativeAffairs @OECAgWater - tweets from our Agriculture and Clean WaterTeam @OHEnvLawCenter - follow our Ohio Environmental Law Center @VernalPoolGuy - David Celebrezze, OECs Director of Air &Water Special ProjectsYOUTUBE - YouTube.com/OECohioLINKEDIN - LinkedIn.com/company/ohio-environmental-councilPINTEREST - Pinterest/OhioEnviroFLICKR - Flickr.com/photos/ohioenviroSLIDESHARE - SlideShare.net/OhioEnviroCouncilYou can also find us on Google+
    • Social Media & YouPoll time!
    • What Can Social Media Do For You?Community EngagementInform your audienceGrow other areas of your organization
    • Community EngagementBuild InfluenceImprove ReputationEarn Trust
    • Inform Your AudienceEventsNews UpdatesWays to Get Involved
    • Grow Your OrganizationIncrease Emails ListsIncrease Members/DonorsIncrease Legislative Awareness
    • Things to RememberExpectation of TimelinessShort Attention SpansMobile Audience
    • How Much Time Should You Spend?Designate ―Social Media‖ TimeLog On Every DayWrite & Schedule Posts Ahead of Time
    • Facebook
    • Facebook
    • Facebook
    • Facebook
    • Posting to FacebookUse 1st & 2nd PersonEncourage ParticipationMix of Updates
    • Posting to Facebook
    • Posting to Facebook
    • Posting to Facebook
    • Responding on FacebookTalk to people&Avoid arguments
    • Facebook Analytics
    • Facebook Analytics
    • Facebook Analytics
    • Facebook Analytics
    • Twitter
    • Getting StartedQuick InformationCultivating Personalities
    • Twitter Personalities@OhioEnviroOECs main twitter account@StatehouseJackJack Shaner, OECs Director of Legislative Affairs@OECAgWaterAgriculture and Clean Water Team@OHEnvLawCenterOhio Environmental Law Center@VernalPoolGuyDavid Celebrezze, OECs Director of Air & Water Special Projects
    • Overview
    • Overview
    • Best Practices140 CharactersBit.ly LinksVarietyHashtags
    • What to TweetNewsOrganization UpdatesEventsInstructional (How To)Call to Action
    • Calls to Action
    • #HashtagsDiscovery&Community Discussion
    • #Hashtags#CleanAiris better than:#CleanAir #Air #Clean #Health#Breathing #Breath #Environment1. Be Specific2. Less is More
    • A ―Tweet‖
    • When to Tweet2 – 3 times per dayMid-morningLunchtimeEarly evening
    • Lists
    • ListsOrganize Who You FollowPress/MediaGeographic AreaOther Non-profitsStaff/Board MembersDonors
    • Twitter AnalysisCrowdbooster
    • Twitter AnalysisFree Alternativeshttp://tweetdeck.com/http://hootsuite.com/When in doubt, Google!
    • Twitter Analysis
    • Twitter Analysis
    • Social Media is a Vast LandscapeEffective strategyrequires planning!
    • Questions?