For nonprofit organizations, finding new ways to spread and get support for their causes have always been an important endeavor. The birth of social media in the early 2000s has given them a new avenue for that purpose. Using social media for nonprofits can be a challenge to use effectively.
Ever since its launch in 2006, Twitter has become an important marketing platform for companies as well as their brands. Today, businesses that haven’t already done so are advised to get onboard and start tweeting as early as they can. To make the most out of Twitter you need to start with a well-built account. Read on to find out how to set up a Twitter account that will capture the attention of Twitter users.
Hello and greetings, new Twitter user! Your goal, as many millions of Twitter accounts before you have had, is to create a Twitter account with lots of followers, right? Of course! It’s no fun if you’re shouting into the great void of Twitter and no one is listening. Let’s get your account in order and boost your numbers for success in the shortest time possible first. Then we’ll look at long-term success strategies that we can help you with.
If I’ve said it once, and I have, I’ve said it a thousand times: Video is the future of content on Twitter. A great way to meet this growing content demand is using Vine on Twitter. But how, and why, does this work exactly? There are reasons to be on both Twitter and Vine, and there are tactics which work to grow both your Vine and Twitter account. We’ll look at them now.
It can be tough to get SoundCloud plays out there, especially for new artists. That’s the way it has always been in the music industry, it seems like no one wants to listen to you ...until everyone wants to listen to you! With SoundCloud you have the opportunity to push more people to listen to you using the power of digital marketing, and a hack from us. Let’s look at how to get more plays on SoundCloud quicker, build your audience, and move you from bar shows to stadium gigs.