Question Preview: #SoMe for Grants: LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram and Pinterest

We have been talking on SmartEGrants about how well social media and grant goals can support each other. In fact, we started saying that social media and grants go together like, well, peanut butter and jelly. Or like peas and carrots. Or better yet, wine and cheese. You can read more about how social media and grant goals overlap here. This week on #grantchat, we are going to follow the SmartEGrants theme for February of Social Media and Grants, but specifically tackle social media and grants as it relates to LinkedIn, YouTube, and Pinterest. This week, we’ll be sharing our tips and tricks, and personal best practices as it relates to Social Media for Grants: LinkedIn, YouTube, and Pinterest.

If you have a blog post or have an article that you would like to share about the topic, we would love for you to do so in the comment section or by using the #grantchat on the social media network of your choice.

Q1: What do you like most about LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram and/or Pinterest as they relate to your grant seeking, grant funder relationships, and grant management? #grantchat

Q2: What do you like least about LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram and/or Pinterest as they relate to your grant seeking, grant funder relationships, and grant management? #grantchat

Q3: What do you consider some LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram and/or Pinterest “Dos & Don’ts” that people should consider for grant-related work? #grantchat

Q4: What are your personal best practices to following/connecting with funders on LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram and/or Pinterest? #grantchat

Q5: What are your personal best practices for sharing funder’s info on LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram and/or Pinterest? #grantchat

Q6: What are your personal best practices to connecting with funding organization *staff* on LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram and/or Pinterest? #grantchat

Q7: What are your personal best practices to interacting with funding organizations on LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram and/or Pinterest? #grantchat

Q8: What are your personal best practices for promoting your organization’s/client’s grant awards on LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram and/or Pinterest? #grantchat

Q9: What are your personal best practices for promoting *grant funder’s* work on LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram and/or Pinterest? #grantchat

Q10: Do you have some good examples of the successful intersection of grants and social media on LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram and/or Pinterest? #grantchat

Are you feeling like you aren’t sure where to even start with what your personal best practices would be? Looking for some more basic, and formal, instruction on how to use social media, and specifically LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram and Pinterest, to interact with grant funders and move your grant seeking strategy forward? We encourage you to register for SmartEGrants‘ webinar *THIS* Thursday, February 26th at 12pm EST on Social Media and Grants: LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram and/or Pinterest. You can read more about the session and register here. A great value and learning experience for only $25 for the hour-long webinar, copies of the slides, and recording of the session!

Looking forward to having you join @Grant_Chat and our co-moderators Diane Leonard (@dianehleonard), Jo Miller (@jm_grants) with @smartegrants and @GPANational on 2/26 at 12pm EST for Social Media for Grants: LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram and Pinterest!

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