net2 think tankLately, I’ve heard from many organizations that they are on board with social media and excited to be finding, connecting with and engaging their communities online.  But, they are struggling with the number of options available and how to differentiate between the tools they are using.  So, April’s Net2 Think Tank focuses in on the multiple entry points of engagement used by nonprofits.  Won’t you join the conversation?

Learn more about the topic and how to participate below.

Topic:

How can nonprofit organizations successfully manage multiple entry points for social media engagement?

Does it the message you send depend on where people connect to your organization?  Do you provide different content or appeals to your Twitter followers than to your Facebook group?  How do you decide what kind of information or campaigns are delivered to your various community members on different social networks?  Do you track how people find your organization?  There are many more questions you can consider, but hopefully those get you going!

Deadline: Saturday, April 25th

How to Participate:

  • Blog your answer to the question either on your blog or the NetSquared blog. (For directions on contributing to the NetSquared blog, click here.)
  • Tag your blog with “net2thinktank”
  • Email Amy Sample Ward the link to your post!

Be sure to get your submission in by emailing Amy the link to your post by Saturday, April 25th.

The roundup of contributions will be posted on the NetSquared blog on Monday, April 27th.

About Net2 Think Tank:

Net2 Think Tank is a monthly blogging event open to anyone and is a great way to participate in an exchange of ideas.  We post a question or topic to the NetSquared community and participants submit responses either on their own blogs or on the NetSquared Community Blog.  Tag your post with “net2thinktank” and email a link to us to be included. At the end of the month, the entries get pulled together in the Net2 Think Tank Round-Up.

Net2 Think Tank: Multiple Entry Points for Engagement
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