Get all the social media tools & templates you need to be a first rate not for profit social media manager, without wasting time, getting overwhelmed or suffering from I-don’t-know-what-I-don’t-know syndrome.
If you’re running social media channels for a not for profit, charity, cause, community group or social enterprise, then you probably already know that some solid tools and templates will make your job 1,000 times easier. You may have even tried searching for some…
Well, search no longer because here they are.
Our Epic Tools & Template Starter Pack includes:
1. Platform Overview Cheat Sheet
A quick and easy reference guide to the main social media platforms you need to use and how to choose the right one for what you need.
2. Ideal Audience Avatars
One of the most important tools to develop is a really specific, on point one page avatar summary for each of the target markets you’re speaking to.
3. Algorithm Roadmap
Ever felt frustrated by the social media algorithm? Why does that post go well but the next flops? Our algorithm roadmap will show you how the algorithm works and share some tips on how to make it work for you.
Story & Content Resources
4. Storytelling Framework
This framework will show you how to tell your story succinctly and effectively to help your cause achieve its goals.
5. Content Brainstormer
Why recreate the wheel every single month? Creating a great content brainstormer means you have one document you can return too every month with lists of ideas, thought starters, resources and other materials that will help you quickly generate content ideas to get you up and running.
6. Monthly Content Planner
Our simple template will help you plan out your content at least 30-days in advance.
7. Posting Checklist
There are some do’s and don’ts when it come to creating a great post. Having a simple checklist to reference will remind you of what that looks like and will help you get it right when crafting your actual content.
8. Visual Design Guide
Different social media platforms and formats need different sized images to make the most of the space and the platform. A quick reference guide shows you what sized image plays well where and is a great quick reference as you build your content.
9. Page Guidelines
What is and isn’t okay on your page? If you don’t have page guidelines on your Facebook Page, it gets pretty hard to police what is and isn’t acceptable on your channel. A simple template will give you a great starting pint to flesh out your own set of rules.
10. Moderator Cheatsheet
There are so many settings on your Page. This simple cheatsheet will share with you the best practises for your settings and moderator guidelines.
11. Reporting Template
Don’t get lost in the numbers. Use our handy template to create a report that is impactful, useful and that helps you achieve success on your social media channels.
The Bad Words Guide
This is the checklist you never knew you needed. This is your one stop shop guide to bad words and words that are bad for your brand. We’ve taken the ‘icky’ out of thinking about your own banned words list – use ours to make sure you protect your channel and brand.
Diversity & Inclusion Checklist
Make sure your brand is diversity and inclusion conscious and always puts the best foot forward online with this simple checklist.
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