Social media spheres like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are as public as they come. Don’t get caught committing gaffes for all to see. It’s of the utmost importance that you’re kind, generous and helpful when representing your nonprofit on social media.
You can’t be friends with everyone on social media, especially if your nonprofit’s mission is politically charged. But being a good social media citizen isn’t really about making friends. It’s about treating followers and supporters with respect.
Check out the article below for fifty rules to live by when interacting on social media.
50 Ways to Be a Good Social Media Citizen [Inspiring Generosity]