Generous Procrastinators

by Network for Good Specialist ‎11-05-2012 3:00 AM, EST

NEW Holiday Giving eGuide released

 

By Kate Olsen

 

This year, you don't need to put your company’s end-of-the-year thank yous and acknowledgements on autopilot. Seize the opportunity to delight your customers and employees, inspire their loyalty, and generate a halo effect for your brand. 

 

How? Invite customers and employees to ‘pay it forward’ to causes close to their 

hearts. Celebrate the season, your company’s success, and, most importantly, your 

customers’ and employees’ contributions with an end-of-the-year cause campaign. 

 

GenerousProcrastinatorCheckList.gifYour customers and employees are generous procrastinators: they want to join 

your holiday cause program, but need a little encouragement from you.

 

Network for Good's new Holiday Good Guide, The 4-Step, No-Fail Plan to Delight Your Consumers and Employees at Year End, will show you how to unleash their generosity this holiday season and reap the business and social rewards. 

 

Here's what's inside:

 

  • Expert insights into the winning formula for your holiday cause campaign.
  • Juicy examples of companies using these campaigns to recruit new fans.
  • Quick tips to get you started right away.

 

Don't delay, download our free eGuide now!

 

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