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  • NPower Northwest is where savvy nonprofits turn for technology. At NPower, we’re guided by the belief that technology can transform the nonprofit sector and play a pivotal role in creating greater good.  When you work with us, you understand all your options and can move forward with an approach that you are confident makes most sense for your organization, in terms of both impact and cost. Check out our website at www.npowernw.org to learn more about what we do and how we work.
  • Social Media is not the silver bullet, boring offline = boring online. That said there are many ways in which embracing social media can increase engagement by making it easier for your constituents to engage with you.
  • SMART goals are bestSpecificMeasurableAttainableRealisticTimely
  • Often nonprofits can feel overwhelmed by new social media avenues. For example Pinterest is taking off and many nonprofits are starting pages there. A good way to assess joining a new social media channel is to see where your constituents and peers are and follow. Don’t feel like you have to be at the cutting edge, being in the middle of the bell curve can be a better place to be for nonprofits.
  • For example, when we have a new blog post go up, we announce it on twitter and on our website you can find links to all our social media channels.
  • See “Big Picture”See how various channels relateBecome Proactive vs. ReactiveSystem you WILL use

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