Sometimes a podcast is so nice, you have to listen twice.
If you didn’t catch my original podcast back in April with the phenomenal Liz Melville, a Marketer on a Mission and expert on Facebook advertising strategies, you are in for a treat. And if you did listen to this back a few months ago, I urge you to hit the replay button because she gave out so many tips and tricks, it’s likely you’ll hear something you missed the first time.
Liz is a well-respected social media strategist based in the United Kingdom who truly understands the power of Facebook ads to identify new audiences for your nonprofit, build those relationships and ultimately convert them into donors. But here’s the real bonus to Liz’s advice - it’s highly understandable and actionable. She is a master at demystifying what is sometimes an intimidating advertising platform.
In the podcast, Liz goes over her “ABCs” for using Facebook ads and not letting the advertising module intimidate you. She’ll share her tips for successful campaigns, including:
As a smart marketer, you know that if you try to spread the word to everyone about your nonprofit, you’ll wind up reaching no one. But Facebook ads are built to help you narrow the field to those core people who are most likely to appreciate your mission and, when the time comes, offer up their time, talent or treasure to sustain it.
Are you subscribed to my podcast? If not, I want to encourage you to subscribe today. I don’t want you to miss an episode. They are each designed to help you take immediate action on the most important nonprofit marketing strategies that will help you move your mission forward so you can accelerate the growth of your organization and create the impact you most want in this world.
And if you’re feeling extra motivated, I would be very grateful if you left me a review over on iTunes, too.
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