Create Your Nonprofit Page on Google+

November 14, 2011 at 9:55 pm Leave a comment

Nonprofit organizations can now create a Google+ page. Here’s a great tutorial on how to do it at Nonprofit Tech 2.0. I highly recommend following this blog for tech and social media guidance focused on the needs of nonprofits.

You already have a Facebook page, right? Are you asking, “Why do this?” You may find additional followers and interact in a different way. While the Google+ page looks similar to Facebook, Google+ organizes contacts a little differently, in “circles,” that keep your groups of people organized into family, friends, acquaintances, etc.  There is the ability to video-chat with up to 10 people at a time. At this point it doesn’t seem to have the same depth as Facebook but the  number of people using Google+ is growing.

Here’s a brief article at The Chronicle of Philanthropy’s site with a few suggestions about options and page examples.

Check out a Google+ vs Facebook comparison article at pcworld.com.

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