In the early days of social media, most people jumped in and tried to figure it out for themselves, usually by posting anything and everything. Now many organizations dedicate massive budgets to sophisticated campaigns, an approach that's beyond the reach of most small nonprofits.
But just because you don't have a big budget doesn't mean you can't be strategically savvy about how you use social media. Join us for a free, hour-long webinar as we review a few low-cost, low-stress tips and tools that can help you take your social media efforts to the next level.
This is a FREE webinar - register now!
About the Presenters
Chris Tuttle leads trainings on multimedia and communications for Idealware. At Tuttle Consulting, he provides online engagement strategies for nonprofit charity organizations, small businesses, and personal brands. Combining Tuttle’s experience as a community organizer with a website development background, Tuttle provides expertise that combines constituent relationship building, marketing, and technology.
Laura Quinn has been working in the software sector for more than 15 years. As Idealware’s Executive Director, she directs Idealware’s research, writing, and training to provide candid reports and articles about nonprofit software. Prior to Idealware, Laura founded Alder Consulting, where she helped nonprofits create internet strategies, select appropriate software, and then build sophisticated websites on limited budgets. She has also selected software, designed interfaces, and conducted user research for multimillion dollar software and website implementations with such companies as Accenture and iXL. Laura is a frequent speaker and writer on nonprofit technology topics.
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Please register with the email address where you would like to receive the access and dial-in information for the online seminar.
All registered participants are granted access to the recordings of each session. If a participant cannot attend any of the sessions due to a scheduling conflict, they will still have access to all the content of the Toolkit.