Report on foundation use of social media

In July 2010, the Foundation Center surveyed members of its
Grantmaker Leadership Panel in order to find out how they were using social media tools.

Turns out that usage of social media by foundation leaders is catching
on, but it’s not yet part of the regular routines of most chief executives. Aside from relatively “old-fashioned” online communications tools such as e-newsletters and Listservs, fewer than one-third of foundation chief executives are using Web 2.0 services such as blogs, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Podcasts on a regular basis.

See the full report for more details.

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