First, a definition of good: For our purposes today, good doesn’t just mean good. Good means slam-dunk, fantastic, incredible. Good means great.
Any nonprofit director can attest that volunteers are what make an organization go. Volunteers save nonprofits valuable payroll dollars, which can then be spent on hiring experienced, effective staff who further the organization’s mission (and a dedicated, results-driven marketing team).
Does your business have a marketing department? If so, how many people work in that department? Are they constantly rushing from fire to fire? What does a new hire cost?
You’re a busy gal (or guy). You’re focused on running your company. Maybe you’re the one handling your business social media. Maybe not.
Have we mentioned lately how much we love the Internet?
Done right, social media can be an amazing way to find new leads for your nonprofit. Not only does a great social media presence raise awareness of your cause, it connects you to people who are genuinely interested — people who want to donate their time or money to the cause you’ve dedicated your career to.
Congratulations! You pulled off your big event. The balloons are drifting toward the floor, the buffet table is being carted away, and Elvis has officially left the building.