Spotted: 5 Ways to Recharge Your #CSR Tweeting Habits

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Spotted: 5 Ways to Recharge Your #CSR Tweeting Habits

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5 Ways to Recharge Your #CSR Tweeting Habits by @accprof:
Tuesday, July 14, 2015 - 9:15am

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1. Retweet your nonprofit partners

You do great things in your CSR role, and you may not always shout it from the rooftops. Retweet the nice things your nonprofit partners say about you - they will appreciate it, along with your audience.

Source: BCRF Cure (@BCRFcure)

2. Get personal

Use your personal Twitter to be an ambassador for your company’s CSR efforts. After all, you should share the good that you do. When you share news on your personal account, you’ll reach your peers in addition to your consumers.

(Of course, review your company’s social media policies before you start tweeting.)

Source: Douglas Sabo (@dsabo)

3. #Participation

Participate in a popular hashtag to shake things up and bring new eyes to your tweet. Try tweeting in these hashtags: #MotivationMonday, #TravelTuesday, #WednesdayWisdom, and #ThrowbackThursday.

Source: Swinerton Builders (@swinerton)

4. Get Artistic
Images are the perfect addition to your tweet. However, you might not always have a great picture, or maybe you don’t have one at all. Easy fix: create your own image.

Canva,, and Piktochart are just a few sites that let you make and customize images and infographics for free. They even have premade layouts in case you’re not sure where to begin. Get creative today!

Source: UPS (@UPSLongitudes)

5. Instant Replay

Videos provide a fun break in your followers’ newsfeeds. Share a video from a conference you’re attending, a volunteerism event, or even a quick tour of your office. A video takes your connection with your followers on step further.

Source: Newman’s Own Foundation (@NewmansOwnFdn)

Bonus tip: use a native Twitter video player, such as Periscope. When using native video, tweeters received 2.8 times more retweets than those using third party videos.

Keywords: Media & Communications | ACCP | Engagement | Philanthropy | Social Media | Twitter | Volunteerism & Community Engagement | csr | professional development

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