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Social Media for Non-Profits

Every year Notre Dame hosts a Non-Profit Breakfast series for those in our surrounding community with a focus on specific pieces of their organizations. This year, the theme is communications and as such I was asked to present to the group as Notre Dame’s social media expert.

There was a great conversation afterwards asking about specific accounts organizations should be on if they don’t have a lot of time (Twitter/Facebook), should they be using Hootsuite or Ads.Twitter.com (Hootsuite is great, unless you’re scheduling photos – use ads.Twitter.com for that) and what my own pie chart of where I focus in social media looks like (Twitter 50%, Facebook 25%, Instagram 10%, LinkedIn 10%, Pinterest 10% – but PLEASE look at your audience and adjust this accordingly).

Here’s my slide deck from the presentation:

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Liz Harter has a degree in English Writing with a minor in Spanish from Saint Mary’s College in Notre Dame, Ind. She is an award winning journalist on the collegiate level with a strong background in journalism. She currently works in PR and is a social media autodidact Google+

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Liz Harter has a degree in English Writing with a minor in Spanish from Saint Mary’s College in Notre Dame, Ind. She is an award winning journalist on the collegiate level with a strong background in journalism. She currently works in PR and is a social media autodidact Google+

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