The Social Observer

The Social Media Marketing Blog by SNHU Students

Non Profit Posts

Making Ideas a Reality for Change!

Making Ideas a Reality for Change! More often than not, people want to help with their community, a cause, organization or other ideas that could benefit a worthy situation. If any of those reasons involve a non-profit, then you most likely are trying to get other people involved with your…

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Social Media Marketing: What Are the Future Implications?

Social Media Marketing: What Are the Future Implications? By Anthony Alarcon (@socialographers) Social media already has an impact on every business and non-profit. It transcends whether they are actively participating or not.  Even the small business the survives on walk-ins and word of mouth is impacted by Social Media, todays word…

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Marketing 101: 4 Ways Facebook Boosts Nonprofit Visibility

By Stephanie Williams (@stephnatural) Facebook has become our generations most popular social media platform for a multitude of reasons. It’s an easy, paperless way to keep in touch with your family, everyone’s sharing hilarious viral videos, and your closest friends are only a click away. When you hear the word…

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Should I Use a Facebook Page or Website?

By Anthony Alarcon (@socialographers) Small business owners and non-profits are told that they must have an online presence.  With a DIY budget, they search for the path of least resistance.  Most are familiar with Facebook for personal use.  If they research social media marketing Fan pages and business pages on that platform are the…

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NonProfits: 7 Habits of Highly Effective Groups

Nonprofits seek to create social change. That means being a force for good. These organizations depend on annual donation revenue to be successful. Luckily, Americans are some of the most generous citizens in the world. Still, nonprofits face myriad challenges: Alternatives. Donor advised funds allow a tax deduction, but delay money getting to charities….

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Non-Profits in NH: 5 That Need Your Support

The holiday season is the time to be thankful. Also, it’s a great time to give to non-profits! According to the Winter 2011 issue of the Nonprofit Fundraising Survey: Most non-profits receive 25-50% of annual contributions between October and December. Non-profits are the fabric of our community and depend on our support. Contributors…

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