This presentation is a follow up from 2009’s Arizona Coalition to End Homeless Conference. On October 15th, 2010, the presentation below was given to Maricopa Association of Governments and the many non-profits across Arizona that shared the morning with me to learn how to leverage social media to help the poor, the hungry, the homeless and to reach people in crisis across Arizona.

The first thing to note is that non-profit organizations have an advantage over other businesses when it comes to social media marketing. The reason is simple; non-profit organizations have a common mission for helping those in need. Isn’t this what social media marketing is all about by having a third party promoting a message to benefit another?

The Formula for Happiness (by Deepak Chopra)

  • 50% is a result of our first three years of life (based on external factors; particularly the people that we were around during that time)
  • 10% is based on the conditions of your life (Are you rich or poor? Does your environment fit your lifestyle? Are you secure?)
  • 40% is based the choices we make each day (making you feel good, helping others, etc.)

 

Find a cause that you care about, get involved and be a lot happier. If you need a push, mark your calendar for November 19th (7:30am-9am). Last year over 2,000 people dedicated their time and helped raise over $750,000 for St. Vincent de Paul. Learn more…

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    The first thing to note is that non-profit organizations have an advantage over other businesses when it comes to social media marketing. . When you have little links per page, a sitewide internal link can get a new page ranking quickly.

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