A growing number of gala auction committees are starting to develop a Facebook page for their fundraiser. A handful use Twitter and LinkedIn. So grab a pen and settle in to watch this video, where I share 12 statements or topics your publicity chair can use to market your event through these (and perhaps other) popular social media outlets. Getting publicity for your event was never so easy! Watch the video below.
Last month I had a Facebook fan (or "likers," to use the new FB terminology) post a question on the Red Apple Auctions' page. He was wondering why my benefit auction posts hadn't shown up in his feed for awhile. If you're a fan of Red Apple Auctions on Facebook and have been missing our posts, here's your answer. Facebook continues to change its look and filters. The basics remain the same (For instance, I'm still talking to my aunt on my personal page and sharing great benefit auction
Facebook is forever tampering its look and feel. Recently a fan of our page complained that our posts were no longer showing up in his feed. I tracked down the problem (it was a recent "improvement" by Facebook) and provide how-to instructions for fixing the problem in the podcast.Listen to the podcast below.
A few months ago I held a sweepstakes to attract benefit auction fans to my Facebook company page. This video gives you some ideas on how to use what I learned for your own auction. Watch the video below.
My Facebook Sweepstakes ends January 31, 2011. One lucky fan will win my new benefit auction product, Charity Auction Bells & Whistles. (Note: We change programs every so often, and this program is no longer available. Check out the “Store” for what’s current.) It's filled with 22 different auction games, raffles, and activities to incorporate into your gala. In this podcast, I'm sharing what I've learned about hosting a Sweepstakes. Use these ideas to build your own Facebook fan