Tag Archives: not-for-profit
When you think about customer engagement, it is quite easy to make the connection with customer satisfaction. In the for profit world the importance of winning new customers and keeping the customers to generate increased profits is a given. As expected, when I first searched for information on this topic I found plenty of examples of how for profit businesses were using social media for a business purpose. However, being from the Not-For-Profit world I wanted examples of how social media could be used to engage clients for the purpose of increasing their satisfaction with the services provided.
Salvation Army’s Roots Lead to Social Media Employee Engagement
When William Booth founded The Salvation Army back in 1882, he based much of its mission on the concept of “adapting to attract.” Employees of the Ontario Central East Division of The Salvation Army have recognized that utilizing the social media communication methods of today is in keeping with that concept, which is one of the reasons they are looking to Facebook Groups to help employees plan their 2016 Christmas Kettle Campaign.
What to do if there is no social media budget? Looking at Social Media Analytics
Industry: Not for Profit (Summer Camp & Outdoor and Environmental Education) Name of contact if available: Paige Mahoney-Nagle Web References: UberVu via HootSuite, Facebook, Twitter, Digital Information World Social Media Networks are now widely used among all kinds of and sizes of business around the world. Businesses use these networks to promote their products, share events, build the community, expand the reach of… Read more »
That was Then, This is Now – Social Media Marketing is the way forward for the Project Management Institute
Organization Name: Project Management Institute Industry: not-for-profit professional membership association Web Reference: www.pmi.org Contact: PMI, Bruce Branch Board of Directors The introduction and proliferation of social media has changed the world of marketing and how organizations of every type communicate with and market to consumers. Consumers are no longer passive. They have voices, they have needs and they… Read more »