Online training is great, but for many of you, it’s not enough. You are left to figure out how to apply what you’ve learned on your own, and that’s tough.
You could hire a consultant to do the work, but that’s problematic too — it’s expensive, and honestly, you need to know how to do the work yourself.
So what’s the happy medium? I believe it’s a high-quality mentoring program that combines the best of both worlds, and that’s what I have tried to create with the Nonprofit Marketing Guide Mentoring Program.
We are two-thirds of the way through the first session, which started in January, and I’ve just opened up the application process for the second session, which begins July 1.
I’ll help you learn how to make strategic decisions, and to build marketing into the core of your nonprofit’s operations. It’s all about building your skills as a nonprofit marketing professional.
1. Defining and Understanding Your Audiences
2. Refining Your Messaging and Calls to Action
3. Finding the Right Personality for Your Communications
4. Mapping Out Your Content Strategy
5. Using Online Marketing Tools Effectively
6. Building Your Marketing Team
Because there are only ten spots, and because I’ll be investing so much time into this program, you have to complete a short application so I can ensure your participation in this program is a good fit for both of us. If you are a nonprofit communications department of one, or an executive director who does everything for your nonprofit, I hope you’ll check out the program and consider applying ASAP. Once these ten spots are filled, that’s it until January 2013.