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TribalVision Managing Partner Chris Ciunci Invited by The Human Service Forum To Discuss Optimal Non-Profit Digital Marketing Tactics

AGAWAM, MA January 8, 2020 — This week the Human Service Forum held a roundtable marketing discussion for non-profit leaders gathering from throughout Massachusetts. TribalVision’s Managing Partner Chris Ciunci lead the 90-minute discussion that touched on marketing tips, best practices, and resources for nonprofit leaders looking to deploy successful marketing campaigns on minimal budgets.

The Human Service Forum serves the Pioneer Valley and strives to provide working professionals opportunities to increase their knowledge and skillsets. To this end, the Small Agency Round Table focuses on the unique challenges facing smaller organizations. The end goal of this forum is to educate companies on how to develop a robust marketing plan that will convert interested parties into long-term customers and clients. 

When asked about the event, TribalVision Managing Partner Chris Ciunci stated, “The NonProfit RoundTable discussion provided a great opportunity for non-profits looking to increase their marketing footprint to learn how to leverage cutting-edge marketing tactics on a shoestring budget. The outsourced marketing initiatives discussed included: SEO, paid search tactics, retargeting best practices and donor acquisition frameworks that nonprofits in the room could begin implementing at their respective organizations right away.”

About TribalVision:

As an outsourced marketing department for hire, TribalVision’s mission is to help organizations grow. This is achieved by combining an intelligent strategy with tactical execution in a hands-on, results-driven manner. As a digital marketing agency in MA and RI, TribalVision utilizes its clients’ marketing budgets as efficiently and intelligently as possible – ensuring that each dollar spent maximizes awareness and generates new business. TribalVision’s unique marketing model is designed to fully align interests with client outcomes – guaranteeing an objective, client-first partnership. This is demonstrated in the firm’s fee-based compensation structure, “roll up your sleeves” mindset, metrics-driven approach, and role as a trusted marketing resource tasked to help navigate organizations to higher grounds. To learn more, visit

About Human Service Forum: 

The Human Service Forum was founded in 1986 as an association of nonprofit and public agencies as well as individuals providing human services in the Pioneer Valley. The Forum was envisioned by its founders to be a vehicle for communicating the important contributions of human services to the quality of life in Pioneer Valley communities and for members to network, address problems of mutual concern, and discuss major trends and changes impacting human services.

Today the Forum’s membership includes 98 organizations and individuals with collective budgets of approximately $400 million and employing more than 16,000 people. Public officials and the media recognize the Forum as an authoritative and effective voice for the human service community.