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  • Twitter 101 Brown Bag: February 1, 2012
  • Welcome@mandimoshay / @npowernw @abbynafMandi is the Community Engagement Manager at Abby is an AmeriCorps VISTA serving at NPowerNPower Northwest. Shes responsible for Northwest. Shes a recent transplant to Seattle andcommunications, social media, event has a background in libraries. Abby brings with hercoordination, and management of the volunteer a strong interest in helping individuals andprogram. organizations learn how to best use technology to improve their lives.
  • NPower Northwest• Vision – A thriving community with high performing nonprofits.• Mission – To strengthen the nonprofit sector by catalyzing innovation and driving adoption of technology solutions.
  • Agenda• Intro to Twitter• Twitter statistics• Nonprofits using Twitter• Our top five Twitter tips• Discussion
  • Intro to TwitterThink of Facebook as a mall• A destination• A space for conversation Photo Credit
  • Intro to TwitterTwitter is more of a cocktail party• Stream of information• Real-time response• Networking Photo Credit
  • Twitter Growth Source: Twitter Blog
  • Twitter Demographics Source: Pew Research Center
  • Twitter Demographics: Age Source: 2011 Social Network Analysis Report
  • Twitter Demographics: Gender Source: 2011 Social Network Analysis Report
  • Twitter Demographics: Income Source: 2011 Social Network Analysis Report
  • Nonprofits and Twitter: Numbers Source: NTEN Nonprofit Social Networking Benchmark Report
  • Nonprofits and Twitter: Use• United Way of King County – Responds to feedback both positive and negative• SeattleWorks – Live tweets events to increase awareness• American Podiatric – Uses Twitter search to find and engage new audiences
  • Nonprofits: Respond to Feedback
  • Nonprofits: Live Tweeting
  • Nonprofits: Using Twitter Search
  • Social Media Goals
  • Social Media GoalsAnalytics and management tools• Some tools (HootSuite & TweetDeck)• Schedule posts• Analytics tools• Following vs. followers
  • Questions? Photo Credit
  • Top Five Twitter Tips5) Fully brand your presence• Avatar• Customized background• Bio with links
  • Brand Your Presence
  • Brand Your Presence
  • Top Five Twitter Tips4) Be human• Unique tone• Transparent about who is doing your tweeting (when you are sharing relevant content do it in your own voice)• Be willing to appear imperfect• Use young Twitter friendly volunteers for tutorials, but not necessarily have them take over your stream (Consistent voice is important for branding)
  • Be Human
  • Top Five Twitter Tips3) Build relationships, but don’t be spammy• Lists, mention vs. reply, the value of RTing and thanking, being responsive• Share links back to website/blog to encourage further engagement
  • Build Relationships
  • Build Relationships
  • Top Five Twitter Tips2) Be re-tweet able• Select a short relevant handle• Content curation - find interesting things and link to them• Use searchable keywords
  • Be Re-Tweetable
  • Top Five Twitter Tips1) Listen and Engage• Connect with your nonprofit peers and not just your constituents• Use nonprofit hashtags• Search for relevant keywords to your organization and respond to good and bad• Connect with the right people & tweet with them
  • Listen and Engage
  • Resources• 7 Tips to Optimize Your Twitter Page• 5 Nonprofits Using Twitter Right• 30 Useful Nonprofit Hashtags• Twitter’s Official Blog• Social Media Examiner• Hope140
  • Thank You Abby Nafziger Mandi Moshay AmeriCorps VISTA Community Engagementabbyn@npowernw.org Manager @abbynaf mandim@npowernw.org @mandimoshay NPower Northwest Website: www.npowernw.org Facebook: www.facebook.com/npowernw Twitter: @npowernw