On March 1, 2017, the Side Hustle Pro podcast, Episode 39 completely changed my perspective on my freelance writing business. Continue reading “Side Hustle Pro Podcast: Why You Need to Focus on One Side Hustle at a Time”
The word “network” can be intimidating. You might picture a series of wires interconnected and tangled and dusty and confusing. No fun. Continue reading “How to Build Your Personal Network”
The BBB’s Women in Business Networking Koffee Talk speakers have a range of styles and topics. Recently, Kathy Foland from Thrivent Financial challenged participants in the North Dayton group:
“What do you think it takes to build your personal brand?”
Krista Neher of Boot Camp Digital shared 7 Biggest Social Media Mistakes at 2016’s SummitUp marketing conference. (Don’t worry, you can apply for the free training online!) I’ve seen nonprofits make all seven mistakes, but there’s two changes I made right away to my social media posts at my nonprofit job.
Cyrissa Carlson brought her #sparklesociety from Immerse Photography to WordCamp Dayton 2016 and inspired me to solidify my personal brand on Social Media.
Building a recognizable brand for your nonprofit is a significant challenge but an important step in solidifying your donor base and your visibility both in the digital world and in your community. But how much that do you as a nonprofit professional give to building your own personal brand?
Niles Flores assured attendees at Wordcamp Dayton 2016, that content creation is no different than blogging on her third slide:
How could I, a busy nonprofit professional really take time to make 20 post in 30 days?! The benefits seem immense, particularly for SEO, an area in which my nonprofit employer struggles.