Associations & Civic
Social Media Plans
DOES YOUR ORGANIZATION HAVE BUSINESS FRIENDS?
Business friends are humans you know, like, and trust – who also know, like, and trust you. If you are strategic in how you interact with them online, you will put your organization in a position to receive more support.
Does your organization manage Social Media in-house or with volunteers? What they say online could affect your business friends’ perception of your organization, which could ultimately affect their willingness to support you.
The most influential organizations typically have great Social Media Processes. Is yours still counting on interns, volunteers, or entry-level marketing professionals to manage your social networks? They all need guidelines and oversight if you expect any return on their efforts.
Our Social Media Plans for associations and civic organizations provides a systematic social media process that protects your organization, engages the community, and brings more supporters through your doors.
*Options may be purchased separately or together
Social Media Audit of your organization
Custom Processes for integrating Social Media into your organizations’ overall goals
Social Media Policies outlining guidelines for use by volunteers, interns, employees, and management
Weekly Social Media Management Routines for socializing online with members, donors, advocates, funding sources, elected officials, city/state/federal entities and municipalities, corporations, special interest groups, nonprofits, voters, volunteers, and the media
Social Media Cheat Sheets with ideas and examples
Social Media Strategy and management plans
Report Templates designed to show board members, donors, investors, and staff, the monthly results of your social media efforts
Supervisor Guides for those managing social media volunteers, interns, and employees
Social Media Instruction Manuals for your organization to keep as a reference in-house
Support Plans where ThinkViral provides oversight and management of the people managing your organization’s social networks