We’ve covered why Facebook still matters, how to build your content engine and the built-in tools to take advantage of. In the last part of
Our Facebook for Advancement series continues onward. We’ve already covered why Facebook is still relevant and how to build your content engine. Check those out
It’s Part 2 of our Facebook for Advancement series. Today we’re getting into content. How to create it, where to get inspiration, and what to
In this Facebook for Advancement series we’re taking a look at the world’s biggest social media platform and how (and why) advancement offices can take
Whoa! My brain is still swimming from all the social knowledge the Boston University team shared during yesterday’s webinar. It was amazing to hear how
Chances are, you’ve heard of—or used—Facebook’s new Reactions feature. Released earlier this year, Reactions make it possible to express how you feel about a status
Diabetes is a complex disease—just ask anyone at Joslin Diabetes Center. Since we only use a single Facebook page, it can be a challenge to
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Welcome back to The EverTrue Evangelist! You may remember from my first post that this is an ongoing series about the challenges of advancement professionals.
In the seven months that The Winchendon School has been using GivingTree, we’ve been so excited to see the team hit the ground running with the tool.