Marketing on a Shoestring Social Media & Not for Profits David E. Bowman
What is this Social Media thing all about?
CONVERSE  ( V. To communicate )
Find Other People
Up Close and Personal
Show Your True  C o l o r s
You Help People… … People Help You
It All Seems a Little Strange…
People just hanging out?
Big Shoestrings; Little Costs
Where Are You Going?
Take Me With You
Tighten Relationships
Which fits you best?
What’s most Comfortable
How do you keep it straight?
It just takes practice
Miracles Don’t Just Happen
Tie It Together
Hey Now, You’re an All Star
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Presentation to non-profit organizations at Cincinnati Health Foundation about social media and marketing

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  • Hello my name is David E. Bowman, and I am here today to talk about how your non-profit organization can benefit from using social media. Before I start, by show of hands how many people here have a blog? Are on Linkedin? Facebook? MySpace? Twitter? How many have heard of Twitter? Comment on forums? Visit YouTube? Rate and review products online? Social media is everywhere. It is the future of marketing and the web. The point that I am here to make today is that social media is the ideal marketing vehicle for a not for profit organization. Social media is impactful, easy to utilize, and best of all costs little or nothing. Yet, the return that can be achieved through successfully leveraging social media is unparalleled. I hope that following my presentation you will have a better understanding of what social media is, why it is important, and how you can use it as a way to build a following, engage and empower individuals, and improve the effectiveness of your organization. In short, I want to show you how you can change the world.
  • Marketing on a Shoesting: Social Media and Not for Profits

    1. 1. Marketing on a Shoestring Social Media & Not for Profits David E. Bowman
    2. 2. What is this Social Media thing all about?
    3. 3. CONVERSE ( V. To communicate )
    4. 4. Find Other People
    5. 5. Up Close and Personal
    6. 6. Show Your True C o l o r s
    7. 7. You Help People… … People Help You
    8. 8. It All Seems a Little Strange…
    9. 9. People just hanging out?
    10. 10. Big Shoestrings; Little Costs
    11. 11. Where Are You Going?
    12. 12. Take Me With You
    13. 13. Tighten Relationships
    14. 14. Which fits you best?
    15. 15. What’s most Comfortable
    16. 16. How do you keep it straight?
    17. 17. It just takes practice
    18. 18. Miracles Don’t Just Happen
    19. 19. Tie It Together
    20. 20. Hey Now, You’re an All Star
    21. 21. Images: thanks for sharing these with the world.
    22. 22. Images: thanks for sharing these with the world.
    23. 23. Images: thanks for sharing these with the world.
    24. 24. Images: thanks for sharing these with the world.
    25. 25. Images: thanks for sharing these with the world.

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