Tag: social media
Latest research shows that 72% of U.S. adults who are online use social media Adult use of social networking sites like Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram has grown quickly, from 8% in 2005 to 72% today, according to the Pew Research Center. The fastest growing population since 2008 are adults over 30, but the most rapidly […]
Good news for organizations wanting to reach women, they’re on social media and spend a lot of time browsing and sharing. Top driver of business referral? Pinterest. Bad news for Google + though. Users of the Big G spend only 3 minutes per month on the site compared to 405 minutes on Facebook. Men spend […]
New expressions have been in tests since early this year According to Facebook’s Newsroom, a new way of sharing emotions and actions is being rolled out across the country beginning this week. The new feature will appear as part of the familiar status update and will allow you to post specific actions and feelings. According […]
Here is a great resource for anyone who creates content for nearly any social media application. It is a pixel by pixel guide to graphic layouts from Facebook to Google+ and many more. Brought to you by the LunaMetrics blog.
The Pima Library Nonprofit Info Center presents Social Media Strategies for Nonprofits on Friday, November 16, 2012 9:30am – 12:00pm. This is a free seminar, but registration (use the link below), is required. There will be a networking event following. Social Media has fundamentally altered how people interact, share, discuss and promote ideas, organizations and […]
Lodestar is presenting Marketing and Social Media Friday and Saturday (Oct 12 and 13, 2012) at the ASU Tucson Campus on Commerce Park Loop. This class is part of the Nonprofit Management Certificate series and once again is heavily discounted thanks to a sponsorship by Cox Media. Lodestar courses are designed for the nonprofit professional and […]
Like it or not, in order to communicate with stakeholders and impress funders, create an organizational cultural identity, and rank reasonably well with search engines like Google, nonprofits now have to publish meaningful and releveant content. That means that most organizations need a blog, in part so that search engines will recognize you, and in […]