Every nonprofit is looking to create a presence on the web that boosts visibility, creates a strong fan base, builds community and translates to more members, more dollars and ultimately moving the mission forward.
For chapters though it’s a little challenging. There are generally fewer resources at hand. Plus a chapter should be building this presence in a way that supports national’s efforts.
That’s where this contest comes in. We’re going to show associations how it can be done with success and pizzazz!
Here’s the scoop: Some of you may know that master CRP* KiKi L’Italien (Optical Society of America) is also a much-sought after make-up artist to the stars (really!). So we’ve invited her to work her magic on a very lucky Chapter. With able assistant (and also master CRP) me! KiKi will create a Social Media Face on the spot.
When: It all takes place on Tuesday, August 18 from 12:45 – 2:00 pm in the session “Adding Power to Member Communities with Social Media.” During the session, attendees will also see real life examples and gain a simple social media strategy outline for chapters.
How do you get involved? Nominate one of your chapters for a social media make-over. All you have to do is answer the following questions and email us by August 10, 2009. We’ll contact one lucky winner by August 15. Here’s the form to copy and paste or click here to download a copy.
*That’s Component Relations Professional in Association-speak!
I Nominate ____________________________________ for a Social Media Make-over!
Best Way to Contact You:
Briefly describe who your members are:
National Outposts (LinkedIn; Twitter; Facebook; Other):
Describe the national organization’s social media efforts thus far, noting any particular successes or challenges:
Will you or someone from your association be in Toronto?
Chapter Outposts (LinkedIn; Twitter; Facebook; Other):
Resources/options available from National (e.g., do you handle or host their website? Offer a members-only community?):
Describe the chapter’s social media efforts thus far, noting any particular successes or challenges:
Briefly, why did you nominate this chapter?