growing your facebook audience

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Facebook pages are a great opportunity to advance your mission and to build a community. They allow you to enhance relationships with your supporters, reach out to new supporters and advance your advocacy and public education efforts. But what if...
Getting fans to comment on your Facebook Page can take a lot of time and effort. And it can sometimes be painful seeing other Facebook Pages who make engagement look easy. But even the most active Facebook Page walls began from a standing start. And...
This post summarizes some findings from a recent research report about increasing engagement on Facebook and a couple of conversations about applying the research over on my blog Facebook page. I also tested some of the tips suggested by the...
Over the years, Facebook has become a central part of our online social presence — for nonprofits, organizations and our personal brands. So why do so many nonprofits and organizations know so little about how the heart and soul of Facebook actually...
Most people use Facebook for personal reasons: to maintain contacts, stay in touch with friends who live far away or to stay on top of one’s social life. Only 15 percent of us use it to maintain professional or work contacts, according to a 2010...
Why should you use a Facebook Page instead of a Group or Profile? Should you name your Facebook Page after your organization? What category should you choose for your Page? What applications can you use to customize your Page? How can you begin to...
If you build a Facebook Page, will fans come? This is the great hope for many businesses. However, fans do not magically appear from the Facebook mist.
Mashable has taken a look at using your blog for good, how to do good on Twitter, and how to change the world in only 15 minutes a day, but what about using other platforms to help social good? Today they look at how you can use the popular social...
Facebook can be a valuable tool for non-profits worldwide, as the recent Haiti earthquake fundraising has illustrated, yet many non-profits may be unsure how to proceed with social network marketing. Millions of dollars were raised in the immediate...
Facebook best practices for nonprofit organizations
Networked Nonprofits are simple and transparent organizations that make it easy for outsiders to get in and insiders to get out. They engage in conversations with people beyond their walls—lots of conversations—to build relationships that spread...

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Thanks to onlineschools.org for serving as inspiration and providing the data through "Obsessed With Facebook" onlineschools.org/​blog/​facebook-obsession