Membership Hack: Micro-volunteering for Content Creation
These opportunities can help time-strapped members engage
Your members can pitch in as content creators of social media feeds, newsletters, or blogs. These micro-volunteering opportunities can help time-strapped members get involved.
How to hack it? At the Austin chapter of the National Association for Catering and Events (NACE), creating engaging content is everyone’s responsibility. Contributing content is one of many micro-volunteering opportunities that members can sign up for, either as one-off assignments or recurring duties that take less than an hour to complete, said NACE Austin Communications Chair Michelle Chavez.
“We’ve requested assistance with collecting and writing information for the chapter newsletter, writing recaps of the education meetings for the blog and social media, [and] uploading event photos to Facebook,” she said.
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