Today we heard from Kris Nichols about her patented process for fundraising available to non-profit organizations. It is possible for the organization to conduct an online auction using items from brand new iPads to big screen TVs, cars and houses.
The best part of the process is that Kris’s company sets up the whole process, monitors it, procures the bid item and helps to promote the online auction/bidding. Each auction has a short run time unlike those on other auction sites that can run for days or weeks. The urgency that is generated adds to the excitement.
When the winner is determined, they take delivery of the brand new auction item, paid for and owned free and clear by them.
For more information about EbidNsave, listen to the show posted here or contact Kris via their website.
I just learned how to do a couple of things that are either exciting or potentially time eaters. I have spent the last several hours updating my Facebook profile and created my first Facebook ad!
I have avoided Facebook till now because I was afraid of getting hooked. Hooked on what? Why, my own cleverness, of course! Anyone else out there that prefers watching the Facebook pop ups to see if your latest post has grabbed someone?
I also learned to create a Facebook badge that seems pretty important. Now I need to figure out where to put it!
Chip Lambert is an expert in social media and deep business development. One of his claims to fame is his Google ranking in the category of LinkedIn training – see for yourself! This interview is great information for anyone trying to navigate the confusion and optimize the conversation about their business.
When Debbie Allen tells you to be shameless in your promotion of the great thing you are sharing with the world, she means it! Learn from the best-selling author and international speaker what you need to do to be known, recognized and successful — in business and in life.
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Evan McGee is the owner of Claddagh Contracting, LLC. He is a LEED certified contractor with over 18 years of experience. LEED projects are third-party verified as having been designed and built using strategies that save energy, reduce carbon dioxide emissions, save water, and exemplify stewardship of our natural resources. This is a very interesting look at green building and one man’s journey to loving the challenge!