Nonprofits on Twitter
On Twitter, grassroots campaigns can become global movements. Nonprofits and organizations can use Twitter as a platform to put forward policy positions, to advocate, engage with others, join conversations, and to be part of a global community. If you're looking to take your campaigning to the next level, here are some best practices to get you started.
A timely, well-crafted message on Twitter can resonate around the world. Each Tweet represents an opportunity to show your organization’s voice and strengthen the relationship with your audience. To help you start changemaking on Twitter — whatever your nonprofit field — check out these best practices.
Talking Twitter takes you behind the scenes of some of Twitter’s most interesting accounts, with the social media professionals responsible for some of the platform’s standout Tweets and viral moments. Meet Dante Licona, senior social media officer at the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
Campaigns on Twitter can be global or local, grassroots or organized. Here are some tips to help you think about how to use Twitter for organizing, proactive and reactive campaigning, and to grow your network.