HOW TO Use Social Media for Stewardship

Think of online stewardship as customer service via the Internet.

Think of online stewardship as customer service via the Internet.

Good social media strategies often start with the question “how can we use these tools to provide something of value for our constituents?” In other words, how can your organization leverage Facebook pages, Twitter accounts, blogs, and whatever else to better serve your supporters? …how can social media be part of your organization’s overall stewardship plan? Turns out, there are plenty of good examples of using online and social media for donor stewardship. In the video below, BWF’s Director of Interactive Communication Justin Ware and Annual Giving Consultant Vanessa Chase share some of the best examples of social media stewardship they’ve seen to date:

Interested in building online and social media into your stewardship strategy? Have a look at BWF’s online and social media consulting services by clicking here.

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