Promoting your fundraising campaign is easy with Pic Sponsors™ because if you've chosen a compelling campaign picture, each donor who shares a link to the section they've sponsored will be spreading the word for you. But how do you get the ball rolling?
Build A Social Media Following
The first place you might turn to share the link to your campaign picture is social media, but first you're going to need followers. Re-posting about your campaign is a good idea, but take care not to saturate everyone's feed with pleas for money. Avoid using guilt because it's not a good motivator; appeal to fun, and the goodness of giving.
Give back to your social media community by contributing; make helpful and encouraging posts so that followers are inclined to give back to your cause out of appreciation. Make sure your website if you have one has a like button, but if the button likes your website address (instead of your social media account) try and connect with those that like your website. Only once you're accounts are connected will they see your other posts.
Add Information Pages
Pic Sponsors™ becomes your campaign website, offering additional information pages to support your campaign picture page, at no cost. These can be found in search engines by searchers looking for information on your campaign, or on the cause you are benefiting.
For example, if your fundraiser benefits research into a particular disease, create information pages about the symptoms, sufferers networks, current treatments, current research, future research and the role funding will play. This attracts, engages and motivates supporters.
Leverage Traditional Networks
Register A Separate Domain Name
Pic Sponsors™ can register and host a separate domain name specifically for your campaign/s. This makes it easy to brand your campaign and redirect visitors straight to your campaign picture. For example, if your campaign is for the Fun Run Fundraiser for 2015, a domain like www.funrun2015.com might be easier to promote. Contact Pic Sponsors™ for assistance.
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