Some helpful hints on how to get your head around Pinterest. It seems as though it is becoming the new twitter, and can be another very useful tool for all thise non-profits and charitable organisations out there.

Nonprofit Tech 2.0 Blog :: A Social Media Guide for Nonprofits

UPDATED July 19 :: With more than 19 million monthly unique visitors, Pinterest is now the fourth most trafficked social networking site in the United States – behind Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Even if your nonprofit is not quite ready to take the leap into pinning, at the very least you should sign up to reserve your first choice of usernames, such as pinterest.com/nonprofitorgs. To get started, here’s a step-by-step tutorial for nonprofits and a list of nonprofits already using Pinterest effectively, and below you’ll find ten Pinterest Best Practices for Nonprofits. That said, using Pinterest has transformed my understanding of social networking and digital imagery. If you aren’t yet using Pinterest, then likely you have not yet come to the realization that the online masses are increasing having a hard time processing text online. If your nonprofit is still posting text-heavy messages to your social networks, then your…

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