Did you know? Girl Scouts who use Digital Cookie and other online resources sell more Girl Scout Cookies than those who only use traditional methods, like booths and door-to-door sales! Learn how your girls can level up their cookie businesses with these tried and true digital marketing strategies.
Every year, we are amazed with the girls in our Council and their record-setting accomplishments. We talked to some of the top sellers from the 2018 Cookie season and asked them for pro tips to help out their sister Girl Scouts.
They say the average person has 155 friends on Facebook. Multiply that by a troop of 12 and you have 1860 possible cookie customers just waiting to buy Thin Mints and Samoas! Setting up your Digital Cookie platform is a cinch — find out how to set it up together and turn your troop meeting into a Digital Cookie Day!
It’s important to be prepared for our favorite time of year when the largest girl-led business in Northern California opens again. In case the Girl Scout Cookie Program snuck up on you this year, we’ve assembled 5 tips and reminders to get your girls in the cookie selling spirit!
Whether you’re working with younger Girl Scouts, older Girl Scouts, parents, or other adult volunteers, communication is key (and varies from troop to troop). Check out these 5 resources to help you sharpen your communication skills and learn how to effectively communicate your messaging to your troop!
Today, August 10, marks a proud day in Girl Scout history – National S’mores Day! Did you know this camp classic was basically invented by Girl Scouts? To celebrate, we have one sweet announcement and a tasty challenge you won’t want to miss!
Social media can be an exciting place for girls’ to explore identity and find their voice—but it can also be gateway to miscommunication and intense bullying. Use these resources to make sure it’s a positive experience for your girl.
Social media communication is a constantly growing and evolving landscape, full of information and possibility. With so many platforms and interactions, let the Girl Scout Law be your guide as you navigate the Internet.