Does your Nonprofit Organization have a solid Social Media Strategy for the New Year?
NPOs are rushing to join social platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn as an additional outlet to reach their donors.
Facebook rolled out individual fundraiser campaigns for enrolled NPOs where funds go directly to their accounts with transaction fees waived.
In 2019, Facebook matched $7MM on #GivingTuesday to registered NPOs whose supporters contributed to their cause on December 3rd.
Social Blessings, LLC specializes in coaching small businesses, start ups and nonprofits build and polish their social media strategies through impactful marketing campaigns.
Join founder and social media strategist, Karlene Scarlett, as she outlines the most recent updates, algorithm changes and the importance of engagement for popular social platforms in 2020.
Stick around after the presentation to book a complimentary 15-minute session, centered around building your own organization’s campaign strategy and tools to effectively streamline your social media management.
Background on Karlene
Karlene has worked with small to global retail brands helping each one polish and maintain a positive presence on their social media channels.
Here’s a career snapshot of her 5+ years of experience in Social/Digital Marketing:
- Zimmerman Advertising Agency [Strategist/Ad Specialist for Party City, Chuck-E-Cheese, Jamba Juice, Fresh Market and AutoNation social accounts managing monthly ad spend of $10k per account]
- AutoNation HQ [Store Front and Drive Pink Campaign Social Lead managing monthly ad spend of $12k]
- Royal Caribbean Cruise Line HQ [Sr. Social Media Strategist for 15 global ship fleet monthly ad spend of $100k]
- Publicis Sapient Agency [Sr. Social Media Analyst for Patron Tequila Spirits]
- Founder, Social Media Coach and Strategist of Social Blessings, LLC
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