Harvest Media Ministry is an agency partner with Constant Contact, helping you to take advantage of the email communication realm to grow your ministries and non-profit organizations.
Email marketing techniques can help you to consistently communicate and build relationships with your donors, volunteers, visitors, and prospects.
Today I would like to share with you the 10 best practices for social media marketing successguide
In the evolving world of social media marketing it can be hard for a time-starved small ministries or organizations to keep pace and know what to do when it comes to connecting with donors and volunteers on sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and other specialty social networks.
While there’s no “one-size fits all” approach, ConstantContact has assembled the 10 best practices for social media marketing success guide that will help your ministry or organization, whether you’re just getting started or trying to take your efforts to the next level.
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In an effort to provide ministries with information to help them grow, we will be posting to this blog different areas of interest to your ministry or organization.
On Mondays, members of the Harvest Media Team will share information about the different projects they are currently working on, and the services provided ministries and organizations desiring to advance the Kingdom.
On Wednesday, Joe Goodale, our website and internet services director will be posting information relating to websites, traffic-building, search engine optimization, social media integration, email marketing, and other web-based issues.
On Fridays, Joe will share articles concerning fund-raising and volunteer building.
If you have an idea or area that you’d like us to address, please submit your comments and suggestions in the area provided below.
Do You Have A Blog For Your Ministry Or Organization…
Blogs are a great way to drive traffic to your site and to stay connected with those interested in the work you are doing in the Christian community. Read the rest of this entry »