Do you want to use Facebook as a tool for building a community or updating your non-profit’s activities? Your natural tendency would probably be to set up a Facebook page, but any novice marketer on Facebook will point out that pages have quite a few drawbacks.
It is not easy for non-profit organizations to receive news coverage. And this is especially true during the Coronavirus plague.
As the news industry changes, fewer journalists cover nonprofits as part of their media routine – and in the days of the Corona, the majority were assigned to report the plague.
In addition, the newsrooms are smaller than they were a month ago, due to layoffs or vacancies. And everyone adapts to the need to report a large portion of the stories virtually.
But just because it’s harder to get exposure, does not mean there is nothing to do.
Want to change your Facebook Page name? While on Instagram, LinkedIn, or Twitter, such a change is barely an inconvenience, on Facebook, for some reason, it tends to get a little more complicated.