Let's Get Your Launch Off The Ground!
I'm not going to sugarcoat it: launches are stressful. They take a lot of hard work and preparation, and then, they're over before you know it. Kinda like a wedding, the holidays, or the next Star Wars movie. (Anyone else excited about that last one, too?)
But you're launching for a good reason, right? You've got something BIG coming soon, and you want everyone to know about it. So, your time and effort need to pay off.
And even though launches come in all shapes and sizes, each and every one can be a challenge—even if it isn't your first rodeo.
So, why not give yourself the upper hand? No matter what type of launch you have coming up, you're going to need proven ideas that will help you reach your goals, all while staying within your budget.
This seven-page checklist works for:
- Fundraising Campaigns
- Awareness & Community Building Campaigns
Many of the same ideas translate from one launch to the next, which means that once you figure out what works for you and your nonprofit or social enterprise, you don't always have to reinvent the wheel. #goodnews
My checklist will give you new, innovative, and result-worthy ideas to implement with even the smallest of budgets.
Short on time, money, and manpower? Start with just a few ideas, and work in more as you're able, or put them on the back burner for the next launch. Got time, money, and hands to spare? See how many you can check off the list! (And then let me know.)
Every option you'll see has been used in at least one launch I've managed or participated in, but most of them have been used many, many times by different types of organizations.
This is your opportunity to get your hands on launch ideas that worked for nonprofits and social enterprises just like yours. It's time to make what's worked for them, work for you.
"Kristi is able to take your vision of communication and bring it to life. Her help on marking our guide saved me incredible time. She took initiative, and helped bring clarity to our vision.
I'm in the trenches of our nonprofit every day, and it's hard to be everything our organization needs. Signify helped relieve this tension with expert help in marketing and communications."
- Tasha M., Be the Bridge
I'm Kristi Porter, and I started Signify to help small nonprofits and for-profits with a social mission get noticed and grow through effective marketing and communications. I believe that cause-focused organizations like yours are the future of business. You're proof that companies can both make money and do good. And I'm here to make sure you focus and shine. When you succeed, we all win.