Wednesday, October 7, 2009

FREE Chat on How to Market via Facebook




So you've done the research and you know that a majority of the your target audience is on Facebook. You've also done an audit of staff time and you know that engaging with folks on Facebook is the best and highest use of your time. Now you just need to know how to do it.


It's your lucky day!


The Chronicle of Philanthropy is hosting a live chat next Tuesday, October 13 at 12:00 on How to Use Facebook Causes with Sarah Koch, nonprofit coordinator at Facebook Causes.


Ask a question here!


"Facebook Causes, a tool created to let people develop their own charitable projects and campaigns on the popular social networking site Facebook, has become a useful tool for many nonprofit groups that want to raise money and reach out to potential supporters, especially young people, online. But fund raising isn't the only reason to use Causes. How might the tool be used to simply attract people to a nonprofit organization's Web site where they can find out how to volunteer, donate, or just learn more about a charity? How should nonprofit leaders use Causes to talk about their charity's mission? How does one get started using the Causes tool? What's the difference between a cause and a nonprofit profile?"

Cheers!
Jocelyn 

1 comment:

kim said...

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I would be happy to give anyone interested free use of our site to get some case studies going. It is a great way to fundraise for your nonprofit free of charge. Email me at kim@streamthatcause.com if your interested.

I appreciate your time,

Kim Shircliffe-Kerfoot
CEO / Co-Founder
StreamThatCause.com