Looking back at 2013, there’s no doubt that non-profit organizations have matured in their ability to leverage social media to promote their causes. As we set forth in advancing our communication strategies for 2014, it’s time to look beyond the “holy trinity” of social media, Twitter, Facbook and Youtube. It’s time organizations begin pushing the envelope by embracing some of the newer platforms. Of course, many
Social Media. It’s the stuff of the Internet revolution: these days, almost everyone is hooked into at least one form of social media (how else are you going to send your octogenarian aunt requests on Candy Crush?). So, how to best use it to your nonprofit’s advantage? Read on for top tips:
In an earlier post, we illustrated several reasons why rabbis, educators, and nonprofit organizations should strongly consider using Google+. Another important thing to know about is that in November Google+ began rolling out the ability to reserve a custom URL.
When it comes to successful social media sites, names such as Facebook or Twitter may quickly pop into your head. Let's be honest, most people don't think of Google+ in the same sentence as those popular social networking sites. In this post, we will explain why you should consider bolstering your presence on Google+, the social networking service owned
The Jewish Day School Media Academy – an exciting initiative to help schools advance their work in the connected age – is a year-long program that provides schools with new tools and
As an educator or rabbi, you know how difficult it is to convey a message and have it truly impact someone. Lessons with a lot of information can be hard to digest—let alone to teach. For this reason and more, infographics—which are graphic visual representations of information, data or knowledge—have become an incredibly popular medium. Love them... Read more »
Pinterest is a content sharing service that allows members to "pin" images, videos and other objects to their pinboard. Forbes reports here that Pinterest is the third largest social network. What's more, Business Insider recently reported that Pinterest is the fastest growing site ever!