Social media campaigns are a great way for social entrepreneurs to reach out to their target audience. It is a cost-effective and time-efficient way of getting the word out about their cause.

In this article, we will be taking a look at some of the best social media campaigns for social entrepreneurs that have been successful in recent years. We will also be looking at why they were so successful and what we can learn from them.

The ten campaigns that we will be discussing are:

1) The ALS Association's Ice Bucket Challenge

2) Dove's "Real Beauty Sketches" Campaign

3) Red Nose Day 2015

4) World Wildlife Fund's #EndangeredEmoji Campaign

5) The UN's #OrangeTheWorld Campaign

1. Red Bull Stratos Campaign

This campaign was one of the most successful marketing campaigns ever. It was a combination of a live event and social media that made it possible.

The Red Bull Stratos campaign is one of the most successful marketing campaigns ever. The company used social media and live events to engage with their audience and make it an unforgettable experience for everyone involved.

2. #LikeAGirl Campaign

The LikeAGirl Campaign is an initiative that was created with the goal of changing the way people think about girls and women. The campaign was created to empower girls and teach them that they can do anything they want to do, just like a boy can.

This campaign has been successful because it’s something that many people needed to hear. It’s important for girls and women to understand that their gender does not limit them from doing what they want to do in life.

3. The Million Dollar Homepage

The Million Dollar Homepage is a website that displays the million dollar homepage for viewing. It was created by Alex Tew and launched on May 18, 2005. The site’s creator, Alex Tew, was looking for a way to make some money from his web design skills. He came up with the idea of selling advertising space on his personal website for $1 per pixel.

The Million Dollar Homepage is an example of an early crowdsourcing project that has been successful in generating revenue through advertising sales.

4. ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

The ice bucket challenge was a social media campaign that went viral in 2014. It was created to raise awareness and money for the ALS Association. The ALS Association is a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to fighting Lou Gehrig’s disease.

In the challenge, people would film themselves dumping buckets of ice water over their heads and then nominate others to do the same within 24 hours or donate money to the ALS Association. The videos were shared on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

The campaign raised about $220 million for the ALS Association in 2014 alone and helped them reach their goal of $250 million by August 2016.

5. The Most Interesting Man in the World Campaign

The Dos Equis company has always been known for their clever and innovative marketing campaigns. In 2006, the company launched a campaign that would go on to become one of the most successful in history. The campaign was called "The Most Interesting Man in the World."

The campaign started with a 60-second commercial featuring an actor named Jonathan Goldsmith portraying the character of "the most interesting man in the world." The commercial begins with a group of women discussing which man they find most interesting. They all agree that "he is not here."

Then, we see Goldsmith waking up from his nap and saying "Interesting things happen when I'm around," followed by images of him performing various acts like karate chopping wood, surfing, and dancing with a woman.

6. UNICEF "Drop In" Campaign Snapshots From Children's Lives Around the World

This campaign was launched by UNICEF in order to highlight the importance of education. They are trying to show how children's lives around the world are different, despite the fact that they all have one thing in common - education.

The campaign is a collection of photos and videos from children's lives around the world. These snapshots were taken by people who visited these children and asked them about their lives and what they think about education.

7. Do Something! Charity Backpack

The 7. Do Something! Charity Backpack is an initiative of the American Red Cross and was created to help people in need during disasters.

The backpacks are filled with essential items that people need when they are displaced from their homes, such as a change of clothes, toiletries, food, water, and other supplies.