If you are running a charity job and have not started using the power of social media then it's time to start. There are so many benefits to having a social media presence that it would fill a book, but we're going to talk about it here, we focus on just trying to introduce the silence of your auction using just Twitter, not even Facebook Fan Page.
The first thing to do is try to start the buzz for your silent auction history before it's happening. Start by sending out updates when the auction is made. But the goal here is to keep her unclear. You want a reason for your followers to want to click on your link that leads to your site. It's not enough to just set up what you've done a new blog. It must be exciting and let people almost feel comfortable without clicking the link in your tweet. For example, you could do any of the following:
(Your love) is involved in elves, turkeys and lots of wines, what's happening? (insert link here)
Now it's hard not to be curious about what you're talking about. It sounds so tragic that just getting these tweets go on is not going to be easy. Anyone who wants to see what's happening with this. When an individual lands on the URL you follow the twitter, you have to include them on a blog about the upcoming Christmas Week, as of course you will probably have a Christmas decoration, something turkey to eat and of course the bar. When they get on the page, the feeling of relief is to find out that there is a silent auction. However, it's a good idea to get people posted to your charity mailing list to see more information coming soon.
When people start participating in the mailing list, you can see if they can help you to get or share things that are provided or engage in them. The goal is to develop the relationship through a tweet and then transfer them to the mailing list as they can track all the things you have to do in your charity.
Another way to use Twitter when you start getting things for your silent auction is to complain about the items that will appear on the screen. This might encourage people to want to retrieve only so they can offer that item. At the same time, giving the charity more impact on the event, yet sending out interesting tweets and not just boring daily news.
There are many other ways to really get your favorite activity on Twitter for upcoming silent auctions, but you just have to become creative. A person who works very well is using the power of the dual-player and making a good photo calendar to set the event all the way to the end of the event and break it down. Do updates every day or so, people will tend to wait for your tweets if this is the case and photos and videos have a much better chance of being rather than saying that regular text will always have.
Source by Matt Arnold