Nonprofits are using social media tools more than ever, but many nonprofit professionals are overwhelmed and overworked and lack the necessary training and support to effectively build and manage successful online communities.
Just like message consistency, storytelling, and interviewing skills, building robust networks and using social media can help these advocacy organizations make change happen for children in their state.
It feels like it's been a while since Facebook launched a new feature or feature test. And by a while I mean, like, a couple of weeks.
But good news! They're testing something new! And while many of their recent announcements have centered around Facebook's paid ad platform, I'm happy to announce that this one centers around organic updates ... although I'm sure it will eventually play a role in paid advertising, too.
So, what's this new feature in beta? Ranked Comments. Sounds intriguing, eh? We learned about it from the fine folks at AllFacebook, and they're aptly pointing out its similarities to Reddit -- so if you've ever up-voted or down-voted content on their site, you might have an idea what this feature is like.
Without further ado, here's everything you need to know (well, everything we know so far) about the newest Facebook feature being tested out for brand pages.
Between the 2012 U.S. election, Big Data, and online listening, data is the topic of the moment in nonprofits and business. Today, we take a look at "The State of Nonprofit Data" - a new report from NTEN and Idealware.
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