A Full Day of Solutions for Nonprofits!

A Full Day of Solutions for Nonprofits!
Friday September 16, 2011!

Join over 25 major nonprofits!!  
A few seats still remain available.
It’s a full day workshop that will provide you with:

The new Pot of Gold! The hidden money that most nonprofits are not tapping into!
The changing landscape and the latest trends in how your donors and stakeholders are communicating.
New research — what donors want and don’t want on your website,  what drives them away, what kills donations, the content that is critical to have on non-profit websites, why and when they make donations, and information that persuaded them to make a donation.
New research about consumer preferences for cause marketing. How to position your nonprofit to take advantage of this opportunity.
The best social media tools to use, why and how to use them effectively. How to create a social media policy, what should be in it, and who to convey it to.
How to create a formal word of mouth marketing program to leverage your
donors and other stakeholders to raise money and/or market your mission.
How to capitalize on videos, for search, for donations, for marketing — why they don’t have to cost more than a couple hundred dollars — and how to find a story that truly engages your donors.
All materials, coffee, tea, breakfast snacks and lunch will be provided!
To attend you must work for a qualified 501 (c) (3) nonprofit.
$149 Per Person.
Two people from the same organization: $125 each
RSVP by September 10, 2011  joe@digital3000.net
(See forms in upper left of this page)
Conference Date: Friday September 16, 2011
Location: Hearing, Speech & Deafness Center
1625 19th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122

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