How Nonprofit Leaders Should Use Twitter

Nonprofit leaders should be using Twitter!

Becoming a thought leader or just a good ED or CEO means listening to and connecting with your constituents regarding your core issues. And the best social media network to use for that is Twitter.

Join us next Thursday as online campaign and social media expert, Kerri Karvetski, presents:

Tweet Like a Boss! How Nonprofit CEOs Use Twitter to Lead and Inspire

60-Minute Webinar with Kerri Karvetski

Thursday, September 14th
1:00 P.M. Eastern (10:00 A.M Pacific)

Registration is $50

Recordings available if you can’t attend live, but you must sign up before we close registration at 12:45 P.M. Eastern Time (9:45 A.M Pacific) the day of the webinar. We do not sell recordings after an event.

Register Now

During this 60-minute webinar, you’ll learn:

  • Why nonprofit leaders should dedicate time to Twitter
  • Tips and techniques for listening, engaging, and leading conversations
  • How to find a balance between the organization’s Twitter account and an ED’s account

Kerri will also share profiles of 5 nonprofit leaders who tweet like a boss to support their mission as well as super useful tools and other resources.

Whether you are an ED yourself or a communications director who wants to get their ED on Twitter, this webinar is for you.

What a past attendee said about this webinar:

“I love that Kerri shared REAL examples and showed expert knowledge. This webinar was efficient, effective and educational.” – Tovi Martin, Crisis Assistance Ministry

NOTE: This webinar is NOT an “Introductory to Twitter” course. You need to already be familiar with and use Twitter.

Finally, you’ll want have you phones handy for this one. We’re going to put what you learn into practice during the webinar!

Register now to learn how to be the voice of your cause on Twitter.



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Author: Kristina Leroux, Community Engagement Manager

I am the Community Engagement Manager at Nonprofit Marketing Guide.com.

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