To Boost or Not to Boost - Quick Facebook Ad Tips for Nonprofits with Susu Wong

To Boost or Not to Boost – Facebook Ad Tips for Nonprofits

Julia Claire Campbell Facebook, Fundraising, Marketing, Nonprofits, Online Fundraising, Social Media Leave a Comment

To Boost or Not to Boost - Quick Facebook Ad Tips for Nonprofits with Susu Wong

Reaching your fans on Facebook is getting increasingly harder, especially if you don’t have a large marketing department or tons of time to spend creating posts.

But don’t despair!

Even small nonprofits with tiny budgets can use Facebook Ads to strategically target the right people with the right message at the right time. All you need is a plan.

Join the Nonprofit Social Media Nerds for a special session with Susu Wong, Founder of Tomo360, a marketing agency that helps small businesses and nonprofits increase their online presence.

She’s also a featured speaker at the upcoming Nonprofit Social Media Summit!

Susu is going to walk us through the basics of Facebook Ads for nonprofits, giving us a sneak peek into her more in-depth session at the Summit.

We’ll discuss some of the benefits of running Facebook ads, why they are important to a successful marketing or fundraising campaign, and how to get started.

Learn more about the Nonprofit Social Media Summit and get your ticket! 

 

Do you need a step-by-step guide to creating digital storytelling campaigns?

You are in luck!

Sign up and get a free chapter of my new book, Storytelling in the Digital Age: A Guide for Nonprofits. This book is designed to be a step-by-step how-to guide for small and mid-size nonprofits that want to learn how to set goals, measure results, and carry out amazingly successful digital storytelling campaigns!

When you sign up, you will also receive my free weekly bulletin with tips, tricks, and advice for savvy nonprofits on how to kick butt at online marketing and fundraising.

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