AWEBthatWORKS’ Buy One, Give One (BOGO) is an exciting new sharing plan for businesses and not for profit organizations. When a business purchases a social media bootcamp from AWEBthatWORKS, a not for profit organization will be invited to attend with them for FREE!
Social responsibility is a key deliverable of my business and we’ve provided at-cost internet marketing workshops and webinars for the not for profit sector for many years but decided recently we could do even better by engaging business in “paying it forward”. Recognizing that many businesses would like to do more for their community but financial and time constraints often create a barrier, I wanted to share the opportunity to do something great for their community. Through the new Buy One – Give One Away Campaign, AWEBthatWORKS will provide a free workshop to a not for profit organization with every workshop purchased by a business. Both organizations will attend at the same time which also adds to increased networking and awareness opportunities.
When a not for profit organization gains skills in internet marketing, they have a greater capacity to provide information to their clients and donors. Most importantly, they are also able to reduce their administrative costs and that results in increased funds to direct service.” According to businesses and not for profits, the Buy One – Give One Away Campaign is a win-win for everyone with a truly lasting impact!
We are finding that the web development workshop they offer is particularly popular with not for profits. Also part of the Buy One – Give One Away Campaign, the workshop is free to the not for profit but there is a small charge for the domain name and hosting.
One of the first participants in the program, Lois McIntosh from North House Transitional Housing describes their earlier website as dated and difficult to manage. They were unable to post current information because hiring a web developer was cost prohibitive. Since attending the workshop she is able to provide timely information specific to their different stakeholders and acknowledge their donors. Tracking the activity on their site has been a useful tool to help them become even more effective. Lois said that she received even more than she needed and that “the staff from a AWEBthatWORKS were patient and helpful.”
So many of my business associates would like to do more but either do not have the time or the money to invest. This is a way that entrepreneurs can invest in their own business and invest in their community by giving a free workshop and attending with a local not for profit. I have been blessed with opportunities in my life and I am excited to take my business to the next step by sharing the benefits of social responsibility.