2 Tickets To Gravity Summit Up For Grabs

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Attention L.A. based nonprofits! We're giving away two free all access passes to attend the Gravity Summit conference at UCLA.  The Social Media For Social Good Workshop's panel of experts will teach nonprofit attendees tools and strategies to build an audience using social media, and get the attention of brands interested in cause marketing.

So, nonprofits we want to hear from YOU. Leave a comment with a question you'd like answered by the Social Media for Social Good panel. The winning questions will be presented to the panel and a representative from your nonprofit will receive a full access pass to attend the Gravity Summit Conference 2-22-10.

5 comments:

  1. As a chapter coordinator for Help A Mother Out, I'd like to hear your thoughts on making our circle of influence bigger by getting the buzz going for our causes off line. How do you get traditional media to drive people to the functions or to sites?

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  2. As a non-profit that is a leader and innovator in our field, would it be more strategic for our organization if we use our social media outlets to position us as a resource reporting on the latest in our field OR if we tell the stories of our work through multimedia?
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  3. As the Executive Director and Founder of the River of Hope Foundation I would like to ask: What is more respected...Quality, or Quantity? Is it safe to say that if you have the quantity of followers that you will end up with the quality you are searching for, or can having a large number of non targeted followers be a negative?

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