Sure, your nonprofit is used to using Facebook and Twitter to market your organization on social media. Those two sites are a great way to connect with fans and followers and to give a human aspect to your brand and the content that you provide. But the social media site that is better suited for professional and realistic relationships is LinkedIn.
LinkedIn helps your nonprofit gain respect from professionals, and it allows you to give a clear-cut idea of what your nonprofit is all about. Acquiring donors through LinkedIn might also prove to be easier because of the professionalism that it elicits. If anything, it is one more social media platform to create more exposure for your nonprofit’s content.
Learn more about how LinkedIn can help your nonprofit and its content by following the link below.
7 Ways to Drive More Blog Traffic Using LinkedIn [Sammons/Social Media Examiner]