Howell, MI (PRWEB) April 26, 2012
With the DateKeeper community of users continuing to grow, nonprofit organizations and individuals across Livingston County are beginning to notice the DateKeeper fundraising difference. DateKeeper is focused on equipping nonprofits with the modern marketing tools necessary to reach their target audiences, resulting in a growing community, which is rapidly learning what this unique service can help them achieve.
“With 845 million users on Facebook and growing, social media is leading the way people connect with one another”, says Steve Gronow, CEO of DateKeeper. “It’s time event marketers realize the best ways to reach potential attendees may actually be shifting away from traditional forms of marketing, and onto more modern methods.”
And realizing they are. Since DateKeeper’s release in late October 2011, it houses close to 60 nonprofit organizations utilizing DateKeeper’s one-of-a-kind social media marketing tools and invitation system. In fact, Le Concours De Livingston, one of Livingston County’s premiere local events, raised over $100,000 last year for the needy, and has already received an estimated 570 event views, and sent out over 1,000 Facebook invitations.
Social media and mobile technologies are reversing the way we as individuals traditionally communicate, and are enabling interactive dialogue between organizations and communities. DateKeeper recognizes this monumental change in the marketing and communications world, and plans to continue to incorporate user-friendly strategies into its framework, that will educate and empower nonprofits to harness social media to promote their events locally.
We’re a team of tech savvy developers, designers, and marketeers working hard around the clock to create DateKeeper, a universal event calendar focused on serving charity organizations and communities through out Michigan!