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"I tried using Twitter, but there's just so much noise."
"We don't use Twitter but our grantees do."
"We want to tell our grantees' stories on our website to help show our foundation's impact, but it's so hard to get them to share the stories with us."
Sound familiar? I've heard these things from lots of folks who work at small foundations.
Most of the talk I hear about social media and Twitter is about engagement. Sure, engagement is nice, but it isn't the only thing social media is good for. Put your ear to the ground and listen to what your grantees are doing!
Try this, small foundation friends (a detailed how-to is below):
Voila! Now you've positioned yourself to conveniently overhear your grantees' stories and see their photos, while cutting out some of the noise that Twitter can bring.
If you don't already know how to make a list, or read its contents, with Twitter, read on:
Go to www.twitter.com and log in (or create an account, if you don't already have one).
For future grantees that you want to add to this list, you’ll just need to check the appropriate checkbox after clicking “Add or remove from lists.”