It seems that most nonprofits have their priorities in order for 2012.

According to the 2012 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report, they are putting their website as a top priority, followed by email marketing, then Facebook. This makes sense when you remember that:

Following is the infographic showing where nonprofits are putting their focus in 2012:

The Most Important Communication Channels For Your Nonprofit

What are your priorities in 2012?

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  1. Chiming in with Tracy.  While Facebook is a “known” quantity…I think that savvy non-profits will need to explore and establish some connections in the Google+ community.  Will be fascinating to see how it trends;  am thinking that G+ might have more to offer non-profits in the long run.  Just guessing.