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3 Facebook Marketing Taboos You Should Break Right Now

The term “best practice” implies that a particular approach works for every situation. But that’s impossible. When you adopt “best practice” thinking, by default you adopt “worst practice” thinking – the idea that there are Facebook marketing taboos one should never do! Here are three Facebook marketing taboos that have successfully been broken: 1. Posting […]

Facebook Live for Nonprofits: 12 Tips for Getting Started [INFOGRAPHIC]

Facebook Live is taking the newsfeed by storm! This live video broadcasting feature lets any person, brand, or nonprofit live-stream events, reveals, celebrations, and more. The Humane Society, The White House, the MET, and many smaller nonprofits are broadcasting news-as-it-happens, museum tours, and even feeding time for baby raccoons! Hesitant about broadcasting your cause with […]

New and Improved Messaging Features for Facebook Pages

Facebook released an update of Facebook Pages messages for admins and moderators. These new features let you create more personalized conversations, manage your inbox, create notes for contacts, and even use canned replies. Below are screenshots and brief rundown of the new messages features in Facebook Pages: 1. More Intuitive Design Compose messages, share attachments, […]

A Facebook Donate Button for The News Feed That Might Actually Work!

Facebook is testing a new fundraising app that just might make giving as “social” as liking, commenting, and sharing. Called “Fundraisers”, the app will include a set of fundraising features for charities and nonprofits: Share fundraising campaigns with Page followers Use photos and video to tell fundraising stories Track progress toward a campaign or project Update […]

John Haydon