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After a sold-out program in Silicon Valley, Social Media for Nonprofits is heading to Los Angeles on August 14, featuring an all-star lineup sharing practical tips and tools for leveraging social media for fundraising, marketing & advocacy.


Join HelpGood President, Michael Bellavia, along with Giulia McPherson, CARE; Lee Fox, KooDooz; Lisa Rau, Confluence; Tom Kramer, Fundly; Richard Levy, give2gether; Stephanie Rudat,Movements.org; Lauren Winkler, Save a Child’s Heart and Dan Portnoy, Author of The Nonprofit Narrative. 

This stellar lineup will provide attendees with concrete insights and takeaways for nonprofits to use social media to advance their cause.

Discounted tickets are available for small nonprofits at $95. For-profit and larger nonprofits can use the discount code “Bellavia” to save $20 off $125 and $175 tickets. Registration includes access to the full conference as well as breakfast, and lunch.

For more information or to sign up, visit http://bit.ly/NkOFCm

5 Killer Strategies to Dominate Social Media’s Big 3: Facebook, Twitter and YouTube – this could be the longest infographic ever

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Brand mascots became popular in 1950s with TV advertising and are coming back stronger than ever, through social media.  Even the Ad Council has been utilizing mascots through social media.  Currently Smokey Bear is the face and voice of his own Facebook and Twitter pages.

“Today, social media is giving marketers a whole new playground to test and nurture mascots. “I think the web is going to [bring] a heyday for creating new characters and stories,” Carol Phillips, president of consulting group Brand Amplitude said.”  Read the full article here.

New features on Google Analytics let companies tell Google what goals they want to achieve.  Google will not only show how many visits are coming from social networks, but how many of those visits will go towards your company’s goals.  Read the full article here.

Nonprofits- don’t forget about blogging! Although social media sites like Twitter and Facebook serve their purpose, blogs can be a powerful tool for sharing ideas and building communities!  Read the full article here.

 

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