Social Media Marketing Strategy Course for Nonprofit Developers
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Thanks to West Suburban Philanthropic Network for asking me, Barbara Rozgonyi, to present "The Nonprofit Development Professional's Guide to Creating a Social Media Plan." ...
Thanks to West Suburban Philanthropic Network for asking me, Barbara Rozgonyi, to present "The Nonprofit Development Professional's Guide to Creating a Social Media Plan."
If you're looking for a presentation, workshop, course, or learning retreat for your group, you may reach Barbara Rozgonyi via CoryWest Media at 630.207.7530 or http://wiredprworks.com/speaker/.
Here's the program description:
Social media as a development tool is one of the hottest topics around. It has proven immensely successful for some nonprofits. How do you harness its potential for your nonprofit while avoiding the pitfalls? Learn from an expert how to develop an effective social media plan that will build your nonprofit's online community, attract new donors, and increase giving. Source: WSPN
Where are we now? Where are we going?
3D marketing + WIRED PR systems
Interactive presentation/community conversation
• Mobile Marketing Mini overview
• Facebook - what's new and what's working now
• Twitter - how to make the most of twitter
• Google Plus - what it is and how it works
• YouTube - ideas on how to produce webisodes
• LinkedIn - why this is a must be there network
• Instagram - what a 15 second video can do for you
• Blogging – how to get started, how to get to the next level
Social Media Marketing Plan Development Hot Seats
Wrap up and Q and A
About Your Speaker
Barbara Rozgonyi leads CoryWest Media, a strategic consultancy that attracts attention, builds brands and connects communities. Founded in 1990 and named after Barbara’s mother and grandmother, CoryWest’s services include insight full digital marketing audits, ROI-driven marketing/PR plans, and customized LinkedIn and social media training programs. A speaker, consultant, and an influential brand ambassador, Barbara loves to share her passions for people, technology and communication with every group she meets. As a founder of Social Media Club Chicago, Barbara is a globally recognized digital leader. In 2013, Nokia selected Barbara as one of two US reporters to cover Social Media Week Berlin, which led Glancer Magazine to select Barbara as one of 2013’s most fascinating faces. In January, Crain’s featured CoryWest Media as one of several businesses in the 2014 Small Biz Big Trends focus. Barbara’s blog, http://wiredPRworks.com is a top 50 marketing and PR blog. She enjoys serving on Meeting Professionals International Chicago Area Chapter’s MarComm committee and loves to talk about technology and events.
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