Nonprofit Toolkit

Social Media Ambassadors: A DIY Toolkit to Inspire Action

Posted on May 7, 2018

Amazing events that deserve more word-of-mouth enthusiasm… frustrations with Facebook algorithms that shrink your social media reach… the constant struggle to engage your audience in a meaningful way…

You know that nobody can do a better job attracting new supporters than the people who are already your biggest fans. But sometimes the constant struggle to generate social media engagement seems to go nowhere.

The truth is, social media can be an incredibly effective way to boost attendance at your events and encourage engagement in your campaigns—if you do it right. The secret is letting go of your quest for “shares” and empowering your people as ambassadors who speak on your behalf. All it takes is a few simple tools…

Join us for our next Master Class, when we’ll talk about turning your members into social media ambassadors.

In this class you’ll learn:

  • How to write a 2-page Social Media Ambassador Toolkit in less than an hour.
  • Where to find your potential ambassadors.
  • The best ways to mobilize your ambassadors for action.
  • How to actually get your message in front of people’s eyes, without paying to play.

Who is this session for?

This session’s for you if you’re responsible for getting people to attend an event, mobilizing people to take a concrete action like signing a petition, or running a day-of-giving or other finite fundraising campaign.

Social Media Ambassadors: A DIY Toolkit to Inspire Action
Instructor: Beth Brodovsky
Master Class Webinar
Thursday, May 17, 2–3 p.m. EST

All attendees can ask questions by phone or email after the class.
Can’t make it live? You can access a replay later.
$59 – Register Now!

https://nonprofittoolkit.lpages.co/ambassadors-master-class-5-17-18/


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