Exactly. “Marketing on Twitter should err on the side of subtly…” Please Read it. Five Types of Nonprofit Tweets Guaranteed to Get Retweeted.
Nonprofit Tech 2.0. “Five Types of Nonprofit Tweets Guaranteed to Get Retweeted”. Accessed September 20, 2012. http://nonprofitorgs.wordpress.com/2012/09/16/five-types-of-nonprofit-tweets-guaranteed-to-get-retweeted/
This is a great blog for nonprofit looking for tech advice.
This article is specific to text messaging but it made me think about all the different strategies available. Each must be considered by nonprofits and it must be decided which methods will best work with the nonprofits customer base and organization resources. What’s most important to me is also the idea that no one can rely on one method. We must approach customers in a variety of integrated formats because in nearly all cases, our customer base is varied in how it searches and consumes information. Unless of course, you are a nonprofit that is exceptional at driving your customer to one place. Few are.
this is a question that has been on my mind lately…
If you are a working for a nonprofit and are soliciting donations, what is the appropriate professional response to a person who says “I am going to pray about this a let you know tomorrow”?
Another question i have is if they do not call, should you even follow up? Is there anything you should/could do that trumps God’s answer to his/her prayer?
I wonder if it is just a another way to say no without saying no. ouch.
If it’s genuine, then I am also not sure I am comfortable with the implication that if you decide not to give after prayer that you might be saying God doesn’t like the organization that I am working so hard to grow.
How do you handle this in your organization?
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