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Andy Shore

Post a Question on Our Facebook to Win a $20 Amazon Gift Card

Sep 19 2012, 10:31 AM by

Update: We didn’t want to exclude people that aren’t involved in the wonderful world of non-profits. Now you can Ask Andy any marketing-related question!

1) Ask Andy a non-profit (or any other marketing) related question in the Ask Andy Facebook Forum.
2) Like Benchmark Email on Facebook.
3) Or, Ask Andy any non-profit or marketing related questions right here in the comments.

We’re gearing up for our next guest blogger series on the Benchmark Blog. This time, we’re turning our focus to non-profit organizations. We’re calling this series Presence for Non-Profits and we’ve got a roster of knowledgeable contributors. I, for one, am excited to get started. As such, I’m holding a contest next week on Facebook to get a head start on Presence for Non-Profits.

All you have to do is Ask Andy your non-profit related questions on our Ask Andy Facebook Forum! I’ll pick my favorite five and answer them in the Benchmark 5 during Presence for Non-Profits week. The winners will receive a $20 Amazon gift card. You must like Benchmark Email on Facebook to be eligible to win.

You can post your questions any time from the moment this blog goes live, until Wednesday, September 26th at 9:00am PST. Don’t miss out on your shot at winning and the opportunity to be a part of our Presence for Non-Profits series. Good luck!

Posted in Associations & Organizations, Social Media, Benchmark Contests

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Sep 21 2012, 02:04 PM

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Sep 24 2012, 03:54 PM

(Wasn't sure how to comment on the forum..) My question to Andy is, small businesses - much like non-profits, don't have the marketing budget than many large successful corporations do. How do non-profits and small businesses compete with a small budget and staff?