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Today I will post my final blog entry in my series of profiles on Eugene-Springfield area nonprofits. Throughout this term I have received valuable feedback from local representatives and learned a lot about what makes a social media strategy work. … Continue reading
In my final prompt response for the term, I take on the case for Twitter, and why it may serve as a valuable component of even the most basic social media strategy for Eugene-Springfield nonprofits. In past blog entries people … Continue reading
In my J440 class last term I worked on a media kit for McKenzie River Trust. If it isn’t available right now, I will include it as part of my resume in the future. Founded in 1989, the McKenzie River … Continue reading
This week’s prompt response is particularly relevant to Eugene-Springfield area nonprofits. Though these responses are part of my J452 assignment, I feel today’s is important for nonprofits reading this as well, because my blog has continually emphasized the centrality of … Continue reading
To clarify any conflicts of interest here, my cousin is the Prevention Outreach Coordinator for HIV Alliance, the subject for today’s blog. This nonprofit states their mission as “[s]upporting individuals living with HIV/AIDS and preventing new HIV infections.” However, HIV Alliance … Continue reading
Today I return to practical advice that local nonprofits can apply to their public relations practices. My J452 professor shared with me a helpful link on how to maximize your social media use. The information in the link is especially … Continue reading
Greenhill Humane Society, the subject of today’s blog, is a private, 501c(3) non-profit animal shelter. Funded entirely by charitable donations and service fees, their mission statement is to “provide safe shelter for animals in transition, serve as advocates for animals … Continue reading