Really Simple Marketing Tips NGOs Can Use Right Now

BY: ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2017

There are currently millions of brands and businesses that struggle to stand out, trying to get the attention of people. Marketing in a social sector becomes even more challenging. When referring to NGOs (Non-Government Organizations), everything becomes more complicated as creativity is highly important. You want to think out of the box since most of the digital marketing trends refer to moves that would be expensive for the business. Here are some suggestions that work pretty well.


Focus On Trends

Most people believe that really serious issues have to be addressed with the use of a really serious voice. This is not always the case. You want to always use tones that are going to get people to respond. Do be sure that you are up-to-date with absolutely all the online trends so that the created content is going to be easy to share. Messages have to be really loud and clear.


Get Out Of The Online World

According to The Recovery Village, although the campaigns that they ran online were successful, those that were handled in the real life were also very successful. This is because it is really important to use various marketing forms in order to raise awareness about all social issues. In the online world we basically find thousands of NGOs that compete for people’s attention. Reaching those that would be interested in the campaigns ran through other resources may be exactly what would help increase awareness.


Appealing To The Audience

For every single NGO out there is paramount that the audience is properly understood. Any reach out campaign would fail or would not bring in the best possible results when the audience is not understood in a proper way. Make sure that you analyze internet behavior because that helps a lot to study behavior and to create highly effective content. Marketing for the NGOs does not need to be depressing and serious. In many situations it is a lot easier to be a little humorous if this is something the audience would appreciate.


Using The Shock Factor

There are situations in which the shock factor is going to work while in others it is not going to be useful. A big problem these days is that NGOs tend to avoid shock factor since a lot of people were negatively affected by some of the past campaigns. The problem at the moment is that organizations do not have the funds they used to. It is very expensive to buy ads in the media. If you want to make messages easy to share on the internet, you want to be brave. In many situations this does mean you will want to make some people uncomfortable.


Always Work On Increasing Online Presence

Last but not least, you want to be sure you are going to increase online presence for the NGO. This includes every type of campaign from search engine optimization to social media marketing. The main idea is to basically build an online community and to always work with similar organizations. That is much simpler these days than in the past because of the evolution of social media. Do be sure your online presence is as high as it could be.



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About the Author

Boris Dzhingarov

Boris Dzhingarov graduated UNWE with a Major in Marketing. He writes for several sites online such as Tech.co, Semrush.com, Bizcommunity, Socialnomics.net. Boris is the founder of MonetaryLibrary and Dzhingarov.com.

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