With almost all organisations now using social media, how do you ensure that you’re being heard? How do you effectively interact with the people - the donors, volunteers, staff, and beneficiaries - who matter to you?
At Social Misfits Media we help charities and social enterprises think strategically about their digital presence. We work with our clients to better engage with those critical to their success by creating dynamic social media strategies for marketing, campaigning, and fundraising.
Social Misfits Media was founded by I.G. Advisors. I.G. is a strategy consultancy specialising in philanthropy, corporate impact, and fundraising advice.
We run social media workshops.
These range in topic from ‘getting started on social media’ to ‘creating original content on a shoestring budget.’ We ensure that each workshop addresses our clients' specific obstacles and opportunities.
We design social media strategies.
Social media platforms are tools that all organisations should be using. But like all tools, you have to know how to use them for them to be effective. We tailor strategies to fit our clients’ needs, ambitions, capacity, and budgets.
We manage social media accounts.
Many organisations want to make social media work for them, but don’t have the time or capacity. We offer end-to-end social media management: from running a specific project to the digital presence of entire organisations.
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This publication is a beginner's guide to the role data plays in the fundraising process. The likes of Beth Kanter, Facebook, and JustGiving advise on how best to start your data-centric journey.
Facebook, Movember, YouTube, the Red Cross, JustGiving, and many others share their top tips on creating and sharing original social media content no matter your size or budget.
This guide focuses on fundraising on social media. Facebook, Twitter, Cancer Research UK and others discuss the role that social media plays in the fundraising process.
Lessons from the likes of Twitter, Save the Children, LinkedIn, and the New York Public Library (among others) on how to create and implement an engaging social media strategy.
We've got some exciting events planned for 2017!
To find out more about us, reach out to Erin.