Tomorrow, Tuesday, June 29 at 1:00 p.m. Eastern (10:00 a.m. Pacific), I’m doing a free webinar in Network for Good’s Nonprofit 911 series. Our topic is “Survival Tips for Nonprofit Communicators.” Register now.

Here’s how Network for Good is describing the session:

You can take this job . . . and love it? Nonprofit marketing is exciting, important work. But it can also get on your last nerve.

To help you protect your own sanity and still do the very best job possible for your good cause, we’ve asked Kivi Leroux Miller, author of The Nonprofit Marketing Guide: High-Impact, Low-Cost Ways to Build Support for Your Good Cause, to share her best tips with you.

Her book is part real-world survival guide and part nitty-gritty how-to handbook for busy nonprofit marketers with small budgets and staffs, including executive directors who are asked to do it all.

Kivi will give you the low-down in the first 20 minutes of the call, then spend the rest of the time answering your questions.

Here’s a taste of what we’ll cover . . .

  • Why it’s OK to roll your eyes when your board says they want to “get our name out there” – but just not in front of them. We’ll tell you what to say instead.
  • How to get people who think marketing is slimy/a waste of time/fluff to think you walk on water!
  • How to cut your communications to-do list in half in less than 10 minutes.
  • How to write yourself a permission slip to stop doing the stuff that’s driving you crazy.

We’ll also be giving away copies of Kivi’s book to a few lucky call participants, so register now!

P.S. Here’s what’s coming next in the Nonprofit Marketing Guide Webinar Series . . .

June 30: Asking Your Supporters to Fundraise and Friendraise for You Online
July 7: Marketing to Four Generations: What’s the Same, What’s Different, and What You Should Do About It
July 14: Integrating Your Website, Email Newsletter, and Social Media Sites
July 20: 10 Ways to Engage Your Facebook Fans
July 21: Twitter for Nonprofits: The Truth about Tweeting for Your Cause

With your All-Access Pass you get all our webinars for the next three months for only $145. Otherwise they are $35 each.

Published On: June 28, 2010|Categories: General|