More Than 90% of Foundations in New Survey Use Social Media

Social Philanthropy blog by Cody Switzer  published on June 28th shows statistics, based on survey conducted by the Communications Network, that more than 90 % of Foundations use Social Media.

Foundations may sometimes be viewed as out of touch with new technology, but 93 percent of foundations use social networks, according to a new survey of the people who handle communications for 155 private and community foundations.

Forty-four percent of communications staff members said they spend up to 10 percent of their time “posting content, interacting with audiences through interactive media, adapting content, producing media, and developing new-media campaigns.”

The full report is available free on the Communications Network’s Web site.

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