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It’s Just Me – Building a Foundation for Your Digital Marketing
September 28, 2020 • 5:30pm • $10.00
Before creating your digital marketing plan, it helps to know what marketing resources are available to you and how to use those resources. This learning session explains the importance of planning and strategy with your digital marketing. You will receive a foundational understanding of using Google Ads, Facebook, and Instagram to increase awareness for your nonprofit, organization, business, or personal platform. Plus, the workshop is sure to communicate how to incorporate plans for YouTube, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
Saved As, LLC focuses on joining you in advancing social good. Our educational sessions are developed keeping in mind an audience of nonprofits, civic groups, and businesses seeking to do good through their services.
COMMUNICATING YOUR CAUSE
October 12, 2020 • Time 5:30PM • $10.00
Whether it is for your nonprofit, business, or personal interests, your content and delivery of content affect how your audience perceives and supports your cause. In this learning session, you will hear ways to brainstorm fresh content ideas and develop messages for your audience and specific social media platforms. You will also receive an introduction to planning and organizing content for use on your website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Engaging in Your Nonprofit’s Social Media Marketing
Date and Time TBA
You already exist on different social media platforms, so let’s learn about creating good content and engaging with your audience. After providing an overview of how nonprofits can use different social media platforms, this interactive online workshop walks organization leaders through the photos, videos, and text used to engage with their audience.
Participants can expect to explore this topic referencing the social media platforms Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”