Here is another in our occasional round-ups of tweets for fundraisers. They can be good examples, inspiring quotations, useful tips, or plain quirky posts.
1. Think local
Cancer Research UK is using a 45 second video posted on social channels to give practical tips to help its supporters collecting cash in their area. That’s so much better than an A4 download of tips: show, don’t tell.
Want to raise buckets of ££ to help beat cancer sooner? These tips cover all you need to know about collecting in your local area! pic.twitter.com/C3KeTvODDw
— Cancer Research UK (@CR_UK) October 25, 2016
2. SEO rules
Social sharing matters, but so too does being found on Google.
— Keira Roth (@keiblob) October 27, 2016
3. Mobile, mobile, mobile
— Think with Google (@ThinkwithGoogle) September 10, 2016
4. Buttons undone?
The generic ‘donate now’ button is truly part of the navigation menu of a site and easy to ignore. By all means test it, but relevant calls to action are much more likely to be effective.
— Mike Ellis (@m1ke_ellis) October 17, 2016
5. More #FiverGiver
The entry into circulation of the Royal Bank of Scotland’s first polymer-based £5 note has given the #fivergiver campaign, the idea of UK Fundraising blogger John Thompson, another lease of life.
— Sharyn Emslie (@SharynEmslie) October 31, 2016
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