Create a Social Media Policy for Your Nonprofit

Event Details


Date: Friday February 15, 2013
Start Time: 2:00 pm EST
End Time: 3:00 pm EST



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Protect Your Nonprofit Online

With this free webinar on how to create a social media policy

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Social media usage among nonprofits increases every day and is showing no sign of slowing down. Facebook offers nearly a billion users worldwide, Google is near the 500 million mark, and Twitter isn’t far behind.

It’s no secret that social media presents an opportunity for your organization to reach an audience you simply can’t reach in your local area. This comes with many advantages and a few disadvantages too.

That’s why having a social media policy is so important. Whether you have just one employee or 100, you must set rules and guidelines for social media usage to protect your organization.

In this webinar, you’ll learn the following:

  • How to get employees involved in using social media for the organization
  • Facebook and Google Admin security settings
  • Twitter usage for multiple user accounts at one organization
  • Necessary components in a social media policy
  • A short review of real world social media policies from top organizations

We’ll also point you to a few resources where you can view and/or download more than 100 social media policy examples from nonprofit organizations (and for-profit) large and small.

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