Communications Engaging the Public and Social Media

A nonprofit should have written, board approved administrative policies that are periodically reviewed by the board. At a minimum, these policies should address issues such as crisis and disaster planning, information, communications, and social media.

Proper communications, marketing, and social media techniques are important for an organization to gain traction and notoriety. These documents offer sample style guides, social media policies, public document review checklists, crisis communications plans, and advice for establishing a web presence. These resources provide the necessary tools for a transparent and ethical public face.

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