Nonprofit Social Media: A beginner's guide

Nonprofit Social Media by Marc A. Pitman

Is social media baffling to you?

Fundraising coach Marc A. Pitman thinks we live in the most exciting time for nonprofits! In Nonprofit Social Media: The Fundraising Coach's guide to nurturing relationships from your desk, he sets out to prove it.

Rather than diving into Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and LinkedIn, Nonprofit Social Media starts with your nonprofit. Pitman walks you through the how and why of social media. He gives you tips and an outline for starting a social media strategy and shows how to get your website up and running on a shoe-string budget. Then he shows you how email, blogging, Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Linkedin, YouTube, and other social media tools fit into your strategy. He even shows you how to learn all these new tools and still stay sane.

For nonprofits, social media can help you create stronger relationships with donors than you ever thought possible. And it can help them introduce their friends to your nonprofit. Nonprofit Social Media shows you how!

From the Back Cover

"Gracias @marcapitman we're in Peru & your twitter tips helped us reach 4th of 247 in @GlobalGiving!"
Blanca Figueroa, President
La Casa de Panchita
Lima, Peru

"For an aging Baby Boomer you made the opportunities and challenges of the internet sound almost easy. I felt inspired to Twitter for the first time!"
Rebecca Heal, Development Director
Utah Youth Village
Salt Lake City, UT

About the Author

Marc A. Pitman is the founder of FundraisingCoach.com and the author of Google+ for Nonprofits. A blogger since before it was called blogging, he coordinated an email project that raised $100,000 in seven weeks before sites like Facebook even existed. He now teaches internet marketing and fundraising at colleges and to nonprofits around the world. He is embarrassed by how much he enjoys Angry Birds.

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