It’s the annual board meeting, and you announce that it’s time to take social media seriously. You look around to see everyone nodding in agreement. After a few months of discussion, the whole board is finally convinced that social media is an important part of the fundraising and communications strategy. As the discussion continues, someone suggests that you all should start using Facebook Ads and “boosting” to help reach new audiences.
You share everyone’s excitement but you notice something — everyone is staring at you. The next thing you know, you are now in charge of “social media” for your organization and they want you to start using “Facebook Ads” to generate new contacts and start capturing more email addresses.