Butts in Seats: 5 Tips for Event Marketing Using Social Media

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

This URL is imperative to any promotion of the event online whether it is using social media or email. When promoting an event using social media, add the URL to each broadcasting post. The biggest no-no is to promote an event online and then have the only way to buy tickets be over the phone. She graduated from West Virginia University (let’s go Mountaineers!) Ceci Dadisman. This week, you are hearing from four guest bloggers about nonprofit events.

Cause Marketing on the Navajo Reservation

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Gap, Arizona is a tiny burg on US-89 on the western edge of the expansive Navajo Nation (the reservation is slightly larger than the state of West Virginia). US-89 is almost the mother road for National Parks in the American West. Here’s how the promotion works: when you buy one-dollar’s worth of air, Air Serv will donate an undisclosed amount to Feed My Starving Children. The promotion works because FMSC’s name says what it does.

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10 Organizations Leading The Way This Mental Health Awareness Month


Here are 10 that we admire, both because of their commitment to providing high quality mental healthcare and because of the innovative ways that they are using technology to run and promote their services. At Ocean Mental Health Services we strive to bring the discussion of your mental health needs into the forefront, yet integrate our services to promote total wellness and recovery.” They use social media to promote their fundraising campaigns in a unique and effective way.

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Cause Marketing Matchmaking Freebie

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Geographically Appalachia is generally considered to include counties in West Virginia, Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia, as well as Kentucky. These stories could then serve as the basis for the Can-It-Forward promotion in 2012. Causerelatedmarketing.biz is dedicated to highlighting and dissecting the best and the worst cause-related marketing promotions and campaigns.