I’ve been doing a lot of reading and research lately on what the next iteration of social media might look like for nonprofits.

How will the main social media platforms that nonprofits use, especially Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, change in wake of . . .

Privacy and data scandals and overall creepiness?

Admissions that social media platforms are designed to be addictive?

Studies linking social media use and depression, especially among teens and young adults?

The rise of digital detoxes and or shorter social media breaks?

The nearing end of the Facebook News Feed as we currently know it?

I don’t have all the answers, but as always, I’m trying to do as much sifting as I can through the ideas and predictions of smarter people who live and breathe these details to bring you the best advice we can.

I’ll be sharing what I have learned so far — and my own guesses and guidance — during a Facebook Live on Tuesday, March 26 at 2:00 pm Eastern for about 20-30 minutes.

Go here to join us or to get a reminder. This link should work for the recording too.

Published On: March 21, 2019|Categories: Nonprofit Social Media|

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