Nonprofit Radio for June 5, 2015: Your Video Strategy & How To Get Found

Big Nonprofit Ideas for the Other 95%

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My Guests:

Bridgett CollingYour Video Strategy

Video is the most popular and fastest-growing form of content. Bridgett Colling shares her advice on fitting video into your mission. Do you know about YouTube for Nonprofits? What are WooBox and TagBoard? Bridgett is director of content marketing at See3Communications. We talked at NTC, the Nonprofit Technology Conference hosted by NTEN, the Nonprofit Technology Network.

 

Elizabeth Beachy & Arika SanchezHow to Get Found

With Elizabeth Beachy (L) & Arika Sanchez at NTC

Your content strategy needs to consider that people now search YouTube, Twitter and Pinterest almost as often as they search Google. Now that search has changed, how do you create content that gets you found? From NTC, Elizabeth Beachy is director of strategic communication at Upleaf and Arika Sanchez was formerly the Communications Specialist at the Center for Nonprofit Excellence.

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