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Saturday, October 24, 2009

Want to Learn Social Media for NonProfits? "Working Knowledge" Webinar Series Now Launched

I promised it would be here and I've kept my promise. Action Strategies has teamed up with Wild Apricot, the internet's leading integrated set of web tools combining membership, event and website management for associations, clubs, online communities, membership website, non-profit organizations and other groups. How can your membership-driven organization survive and even thrive within a landscape of always-on social networking?
Being a member of a business association or volunteering for a charity used to be the ultimate ways to network -- that is, until LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter came along! What kind of event will generate interest? How will you get the word out? And how will follow-up with attendees to make sure your hard work doesn't end with simply having a great event? For charities, it seems there are more causes than ever making the ask for a shrinking amount of people's hard earned money. How will your organization ensure fundraising success for now and for the future? These are all questions I hear often as a constant preoccupation for non-profits, charities, and associations. Over the course of November and the first week of December, a three-part webinar series will be delivered covering all the aspects of how your organization can:

  1. Leverage Social Media to double the networking value your members and supporters can receive from your organization
  2. Double event attendance at fundraisers or your next convention through effective public relations techniques
  3. Magnify and monetize your fundraising initiatives through sound and savvy communications techniques


So...I'd love to see you all out for what should prove to be an interesting learning series. Best of all, it's FREE! So what have you got to lose? Click on the links above and register your spot now.

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