So you’ve stumbled across my social media blog and you’re thinking to yourself, “Well this is all fine and dandy but what qualifies this girl to give me advise on social media marketing for non profits?”
You know very little about me, unless you’ve done the preliminary “Google” search and you’ve discovered that I am an avid social media user, so why should you listen to me? Well, for starters, I’m currently the social media coordinator at a small non-profit in Boston. I think that should give me a little street cred, no? I also worked for a non-profit consultant who had a client based in Peru a while back and helped them establish an online presence. Not only do I have actual experience working with non profits and social media, but I also consider myself pretty well read on the subject.
But most importantly it’s what I’m passionate about. I’m an International Relations major at Boston University, but I fell in love with social media when I moved to Boston. I obsessively check my Twitter feed and I post the best throw back thursdays. I love everything about this new form of marketing and I am so excited to explore how non profits can take full advantage of it.
So, hopefully I’ve convinced you that I’m a some what reliable source. I’m no Hubspot, but some day I will be.