#133: Getting Real with IG Reels

marketing strategy podcast social media video Nov 05, 2021

Looking to get more followers on Instagram? Then it’s time to get real with reels, those 15 to 30-second multi-clip videos that bring your nonprofit to life and make it oh-so-discoverable on the social media app.

Cindy May Marketing’s social media guru, Breece May, walks you through the world of reels and answers three pressing questions most organizations have about using the platform:

  • Is it worth my time?
  • How do I get started?
  • What do I need to do to see results for my nonprofit?

Before coming to CMM, Breece was the first Social Media Manager for Central New Mexico Community College. She not only directed the college’s social media outreach, but she was also in charge of teaching members of the college’s programs and clubs how they could use social media to get their message out. 

Breece brings that same instructive know-how to this podcast, giving step-by-step instructions on how to create these powerful micro-content videos. (In fact, you should probably get your smartphone out now because she’ll walk you through your first reel filming during the podcast!)

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