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5 Twitter Users with AWESOME Twitter Lists for Nonprofits

If you’re not curating your content on Twitter with their lists feature, you are really missing out. By creating lists you can make sure you are getting the content that you want when you want it, allowing you to access your ideal resources with just a click. These 5 twitter users know exactly how great this feature is and use it to organize what they see. Luckily, their lists are public and you can subscribe to them and benefit from their genius.

1. Gail Perry


Gail Perry is a Philanthropy expert, fundraising coach, author, keynote speaker, and general master of nonprofit fundraising. With a focus on innovative strategies, Gail has been aiding the nonprofit community with fundraising for the past 25 years . She has an excellent twitter feed where she shares info on fundraising and improving your nonprofit.

Her lists are extensive and cover a wide range of topics. You’ll find a list for great blogs, media, nonprofit folks that lead the industry, social media, and fundraising gurus. To subscribe to these lists follow this link, click on the list you want to be a part of, and click subscribe in the top left corner.

2. Pamela Grow

According to her bio, Pamela is “tweeting to change the world and empowering smart nonprofit fundraisers.” Her feed focuses on smart fundraising, connecting with your donors in ways that matter, and making sure everyone in your nonprofit is on the same page. Her personal blogs and open letters are delivered with a little bit of sass and a whole lot of good advice.

Her lists cover a range of topics including social media, fundraising ideas, marketing ideas, and nonprofit gurus. To subscribe to these lists follow this link, click on the list you want to be a part of, and click subscribe in the top left corner.

3. Madalyn Sklar

Madalyn focuses on Twitter strategies that will help users create an engaged community. She focuses on improvements that are manageable and easy to follow, allowing you to “market smarter on twitter” while making valuable connections.

Her lists focus on achieving an excellent social media presence, females that are rocking the industry, and cool people who podcast. To subscribe to these lists follow this link, click on the list you want to be a part of, and click subscribe in the top left corner.

4. TopNonprofits

They tweet on finding the target audience for your nonprofit, how to improve giving, blogging tools to make you a guru, and powerful ways to organize your nonprofit. Their lists focus on learning with compilations of the top blogs in the nonprofit sector, the top nonprofits themselves, and social media inspiration.

To subscribe to these lists follow this link, click on the list you want to be a part of, and click subscribe in the top left corner.

5. Hubspot  

Unless you live under a rock, you’ve heard about Hubspot. They are the world’s leading inbound marketing and sales platform, and they just get social media. They focus on aiding businesses (including nonprofits) attract and engage customers with content that they find useful and relevant. Their twitter lists focus on driving your business to be its best with a focus on inbound marketing, social media leaders, and SEO marketing.

To subscribe to these lists follow this link, click on the list you want to be a part of, and click subscribe in the top left corner.

Renata Poe Massie, Content Creator for Jitasa

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