We've worked with several nonprofits over the years and it always seems that there are two kinds of nonprofit budgets… zero or tons. With both, I've honestly been surprised at how few have incorporated social networking and social media into their mix. Nonprofit leaders are masters at networking, but haven't seemed to have discovered the opportunities to grow that network online.
Ang panukiduki gikan sa 2012 Nonprofit Social Networking Benchmark Report nagpakita nga ang mga Nonprofit nagpadayon sa pagpatubo sa ilang presensya sa mga social network nga wala mogasto daghang oras o salapi. Ang usa ka lawom nga pagsalom kung giunsa pagkab-ot sa mga dili pangnegosyo ang kini nga mga sangputanan nakakaplag mga hinungdanon nga panabut
If there were ever a number that should be shouted from the rooftops, it's that the data shows that the average Facebook Like may cost $3.50 but the revenue produced is $214.81. That's quite a nice return on investment. Key to this incredible stat is that nonprofits are changing lives and typically have an incredible story to share… tapping into social resources will echo that story and get it shared with a community of others who will respond.