Have you ever found yourself saying, how did that nonprofit do that on Twitter, or Facebook, or Instagram or Pinterest? How do they make those graphics, or reach that many people?
Nimble and knowledgeable staff guided by sound strategy play a large part in social media success. But sometimes, the right tools can make a big difference. A good tool can shave minutes or even hours off your task, help you create professional graphics in a flash, and dive into data to reveal trends and better inform your social media strategy.
During this nonprofit webinar recording you’ll find 30 apps, tools and resources that nonprofits actually use to make managing social media easier, faster, smarter….better. All of them are free or quite reasonable in price.
These are the tools that my webinar attendees have said were their favorites. They soon may become your favorites, too.
Here’s what we covered during this free webinar:
- How to MAKE GRAPHICS, edit photos and visualize data without Photoshop or Illustrator
- TWITTER tools to help you find influencers and research hashtags, boost reach and more
- FACEBOOK tools to help you boost engagement and post the best content
- MULTI-NETWORK tools that track and analyze, unite fans for action, automate important tasks and more
- SOCIAL FUNDRAISINGS tools and resources to empower you and your supporters to raise funds for your cause
Presented by Kerri Karvetski, owner of Company K Media. Kerri helps nonprofits and social benefit companies communicate online. Strategist, campaigner, copywriter, and trainer, Kerri helps clients such as Amnesty International USA reach out to supporters in ways that deeply resonate. Nonprofit marketing agencies such as Beaconfire and Common Knowledge turn to her for online copy that is crisp, clear, and compelling. Groups such as Mid-Hudson Library System call on her for practical, useful training in online communications and social media. Kerri is a contributor to the Nonprofit Marketing Guide, Philanthropy.com, and the Getting Attention blog. An aspiring baker and vegetable gardener, she lives in the beautiful Hudson River Valley with her husband and two young children.