If you have not been paying focus for the power on the crowd- now will be the time! All about you there is evidence of a cultural shift toward the “crowd.” Obama produced it official with the Tiny Jobs Act (legalizing crowdfunding), and innovative start-ups like Kickstarter and Indiegogo are cashing in.
What does the power of your crowd mean for nonprofits? It really is time to leverage the crowd for your fundraising. Empower existing supporters with straightforward tools to turn them into fundraisers. How does this function? By offering easy-to use and engaging platforms like Karma411 campaigns, you give your supporters a voice plus a vehicle to share their stories and passion. Passion is contagious, so make it quick to share. They share their passion for the cause with their social networks, raising income and awareness from new audiences. Make crowdsharing fun and entertaining to engage supporters like Autism Speaks did with their Light It Up Blue campaign. This multi-platform campaign allowed supporters to quickly snap, upload and caption their photographs of “blue” support with a mobile app. Their pictures had been then on display in a photo gallery to inspire all. With over 7,800 original “blue” images uploaded to their campaign website by inventive supporters, Autism Speaks raised more than $89K from 113 nations.
Receiving additional in to the “crowd” spirit this summer, Karma411 is inviting you to Crowdshare for your Cause! This really is your chance to win a $500 donation for your nonprofit from Karma411 by sharing your inspirational message. Enter #Crowdshare411 in 3 straightforward steps: 1. Visit Facebook or Twitter two. Like or Adhere to Karma411 three. Post an inspirational message about your lead to
Winners are going to be chosen monthly by Karma411 depending on essentially the most inspirational message and quantity of people that like or retweet the message.
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Malini Gujral is the head of Karma411′s marketing efforts. Learn more by visiting Crowdsharing.