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John Haydon portrays himself as a zombie slayer. Any fan of the genre knows you can’t just go wandering around in a street filled with zombies and expect to survive.
You need a strategy to get through the mindless masses stumbling towards you in the marketplace. As “chief heretic and pyrotechnician” (aka the founder) of Inbound Zombie, John and his team help nonprofits avoid having their brains eaten by social media tools they don’t understand.
Inbound Zombie provides various services for nonprofits including developing social media strategies, fundraising campaigns, websites, and custom Facebook pages. You’ll find great tutorials on their Facebook page but if you’re too freaked out by the online brain eaters to click on that, there’s even a book (you know, a book) about how to nonprofits can use Twitter. Basically, John knows stuff and wants to help.
We caught up with John at BlogWorld in October and asked him to list his three key tips for nonprofits beginning to use social media. He even offered some solid advice as to what to do if your most excellent strategy goes a bit awry. Take a look…
Guest blogger Marijane Miller is the managing editor of WhatGives?!