Be prepared. That doesn't just mean scheduling your social media ahead of time. It means doing a deep dive into who you really are online. That includes thinking about how you respond in a crisis, or if someone just derails your conversation. Susy Schultz, our president, talks about how best to prepare for the worst part of social media — the haters.
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Facebook introduced a new website for nonprofits. But does it do anything to help nonprofits overcome the platforms huge switch in algorithms last year? Our president Susy Schultz says, not really.
Editor’s Note: This post originally appears on Social Media Today. You can also learn more concepts with Deontae in of our trainings this year. See list…
Editor’s note: This post was published in both Social Media Week and Social Media Today. Deontae will also be teaching a Social Media Bootcamp for intermediate users…
Editor’s note: Public Narrative is pleased to have joined forces with Sprout Social to help you understand ways in which you can effectively tell your…
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