During what time of day are people more likely to read your pithy comment and interact with your nonprofit organization on social media sites?

An infographic from AllTwitter on Mediabistro distills the best advice on when to post to Facebook, Twitter. LinkedIn, Pinterest and Google+ for the maximum impact looking at when traffic [more]
There’s a nice article on Mashable offering a lot of helpful tips on using Facebook for nonprofits. There’s some great interviews with nonprofit staffers toward the bottom of the story about their strategies for using Facebook to raise awareness and support. It has some interesting insight on re-posting press releases [more]
Want to know how journalists are using social media and how you can connect with them about stories? Welcome guest blogger Anne Singer, who summarized a National Press Club Panel called Twitch! (Twitter + Pitch)  that happened during Social Media Week. Anne Singer specializes in policy PR and is currently Communications Director [more]

If you are not using Twitter and Facebook for your press releases, or not including photo or video with them, you might want to reconsider your strategy. According to a PR Newswire and Crowd Factory study in November 2011 looking at thousands of press releases, news distribution is amplified when it is distributed across social media [more]

I am often amazed at how often I hear nonprofit organizations talk about hiring or using interns for social media. Inevitably, the organization has no presence on social media or a very limited one that is not updated. The person says they realize social media is an important communication stream today and that they need to “get [more]

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