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Causely helps businesses generate awareness on social media by giving back

Why Charitable Giving is Suprisingly Beneficial To Your Business

Causely is a company that thrives on helping businesses give back. Because of that, we often hear the question, "But why is giving money away good for my business?"

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How Our Company Went From Donating $46.80 to $2 Million

On August 30, 2013, Causely wrote a check to our non-profit partner, Soles 4 Souls, for a whopping $46.80.

Not that there’s anything wrong with that number, but if you’re trying to become the “most philanthropic company” in the world, you know you have a long way to go.

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[MONTHLY RECAP] December 2016 - Toys for Tots

Once upon a time, in December, every 15 check-ins provided a book to a child in need. And our Causely community checked in to give the gift of reading by providing 24,463 books for children in need through Marine Toys for Tots Foundation. After that, all the children had a lifetime of joy reading books. The end. Thanks for checking in last month! #books4kids

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And Our 2016 Non-Profit Winners Are...

We partner with some amazing non-profit partners every month. For the first time, we wanted to highlight some of our exceptional partners throughout 2016 and celebrate some of the campaigns that saw the most engagement, the best stories, and had the most spirit. Here are the 2016 Causely Charitable Partners Awards! 

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12 of Our Best Marketing Resources and Stories From 2016

At Causely we have one goal: to help businesses grow by doing good. And to help businesses reach this goal, we provide them with marketing resources and stories of impact.

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How to Save Your Gym Members From Holiday Laziness

There are a few things more attractive than gym memberships over the Holidays: cookies, sleep, Netflix... eggnog...cookies...sleep..

"Oops! No time for the gym today...."

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How a Strong Community Helps This Gym Get New Members (and Keeps Them Coming Back)

"People can go anywhere to work out," said Stephanie from The Grind Shop in Cincinnati. "What hooks people to a specific gym is a good experience and a sense of community. Causely creates both those hooks."

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[MONTHLY RECAP] November 2016 - Movember

This November, the Causely community gathered together to support our beloved men. Every check-in on Facebook helped educate 15 men on the risks of prostate cancer. We partnered with Movember to make this happen. And we're proud to announce that we helped educate 5,507,918 men (yes, that's millions). Thank you for helping keep our men from dying too young! #movember

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[MONTHLY RECAP] October 2016 - Bright Pink

October was truly PINK. Our community spread #breastcancerawareness by providing 156,182 breast and ovarian cancer risk assessments through Bright Pink. This donation will help thousands of women asses their risk of certain cancers and potentially save their lives through early detection. Thank you for caring for the women in our world and honoring our loved ones! 

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7 Ways to Inspire People to Join Your Gym in the New Year

Everybody plans to join a gym at New Year's, right?

Right. Actually, 38% of people's new year's resolutions are "weight loss" related. Which makes New Year's one of the best times for growing your gym.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Sarah Werner

Sarah wins the “off the grid” award on the Causely team. She aspires to live in a secluded cabin, surrounded by acres of pine trees and howling timber wolves, so she can finally write her award winning novel. In the meantime, due to the limited availability of her dream spot, she’s focusing on marketing, content strategy and storytelling for Causely. She has 5+ years experience in marketing and 10+ years in writing (27 if you include her childhood scribbles). You can also find Sarah on Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

John Rougeux

John is co-founder and CMO at Causely. When he's not trying to build the most philanthropic company in the world, he's probably hanging out with his wife and three daughters in Lexington, KY. You can also find John on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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