I spend a lot of time on Instagram. I enjoy the photos, sometimes the captions but mainly the break from the same memes, political opinions and click bait that clogs the feeds of my other social media accounts. Because of this love for Instagram, I thought I would share some of my favorite accounts that make my short scenic breaks worth it every time.
Finding a job can be a tough process. Whether you are a student or a seasoned professional, there is no exception and the nonprofit sector feels the same struggles.
Last month the Young Nonprofit Professional Network of St. Louis wanted to provide a job search workshop series to help prepare all individuals with a passion for nonprofits. As a member of the board and marketing committee I volunteered to share my knowledge on resumes and branding for two sessions. I have experience in both subjects and knew that this would be a great opportunity to teach others.
Everyday thousands of nonprofits are typing tweets, snapping pictures and trying to get more likes. As professionals working in those nonprofits, we are continuing to adapt to the changing ways in we which communicate with donors, volunteers and advocates but each organization has to make the decision to devote time, money and resources to these new opportunities. Today, Saint Louis organizations and experts shared ways to make this easier for all of us.
Social Media Club of Saint Louis partnered with Ready + Willing as well as sponsor, Fontbonne University to present the #STLSocialGood Conference. The event focused on social media, analytics, ROI and how to do more with less. The three sessions were each very informative but session one with Ashley Riley from Gateway Pets Guardians (@Gatewaypets) provided an exceptional overview of general ways to advance social media presence.
‘Tis the season for taking one last look at 2013 and the marketing goals you were working towards. If you haven’t started concentrating on 2014, take the time to consider the digital marketing trends that hit it big this year. How can you use these big ideas for your small B2B? Here are 10 ideas to work into your plan as well as some additional resources to expand your knowledge on the latest topics.
It was a normal day and my desire to turn on the stove, pour milk or even work the microwave that morning was nonexistent. I left the house early, which brought me to a short line in the drive-through. I ordered, pulled up to the first window and held out my used all too often debit card. To which I received a little pleasant surprise.