Recorded on October 28, 2013
From Facebook to Twitter to LinkedIn, legal aid organizations are flocking to social media, but not all are prepared for the challenges and ramifications of what is posted and how to manage the process. Who is allowed to post? What should you say? What should you not say? How do you respond if someone says something positive or negative about your organization? How do you make use of what social media offers while protecting your legal aid organization, your clients, and your supporters?
A good social media policy will provide clear guidelines as to your legal aid organization’s social media values and what staff should and shouldn’t do when posting and interacting with the community. In this webinar, Andrea Berry of Idealware will demonstrate how the process of constructing a social media policy is as important for your organization as the product itself.
About our Presenter:
This webinar is presented by Andrea Berry, Idealware’s Director of Partnerships and Learning. Andrea oversees the organization’s fundraising and training activities including sponsorship, corporate and individual giving, online seminars and live presentations. A co-author of both the Idealware Nonprofit Social Media Decision Guide and the Nonprofit Social Media Policy Workbook, and the creator of over 40 hours of social media curriculum, Andrea has worked with nonprofits of all sizes to help them answer mission-centric technology questions including tough policy questions about social media. Prior to joining Idealware, Andrea held fundraising positions in education, health research and museums and has taught math, performing arts and history in traditional and non-traditional educational settings. Visit Idealware at www.idealware.org.
And did you miss the first webinar in the series: Engaging and Measuring Social Media Communication? That's ok! It is also recorded and available to view at your leisure.
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