Our first ever workshop. Delighted with the response. In case your wondering how we’re doing this at such a discounted price, the truth is. Its because it’s our first workshop and we’re hoping we can learn
Experiences with pieta house, tips specific to non profits, secrets, your own use of social media
Put into context. Goal.
Pieta have punched well above their weight.
coffee and cupcakes – and raised over €7,000. Your not the only one out there talking about your charity and making an impact
This is when the penny dropped.
Publicise your targets.Show what donations will do.Average of €31 donation.
Not a nice way to say it, but this is when we cash in on our social media presence.
Its extremely time consuming and it’s vital you approach it with some clear goals
Understaffed. 2hours each Monday morning.
Social media Is like buying a ticket to a networking event
Subject to followers asking inappropriate questions
Link between you and your followers
Trial and error
Love your children. Educate, inspire, help them,
Delete a comment
Once you post it, it’s out there forever
A major mistake
Workshop 23th October 2013
Good Interaction with your followers
You have a good cover image
You have great Interaction with your followers
You’re posting on a regular basis.
Change the size of your profile image
You share a lot of links. If you have time, try creating your own content.
Try to make your content more engaging – i.e. ask questions
We found some content was not relevant to your audience. Try to
understand why people follow you.
You’re using hashtags
You’re Interacting with your followers
Retweet more often
Try following with more people from the sector
Stop using the‘Constant contact’ hashtag.
Not creating authentic content – All twitter account is linked to Constant Contact
Summary profile doesn’t include link to website – If Niall Comber is the organisation’s
«ambassador» should be included in the profile