Yes, Non-Profits CAN create an Energized Fan Base through Social Media!
Tuesday, November 24, 2009 from 1:00 PM to 1:45 PM (EST)
Are you interested in magnifying your organization's online presence in social networks?
Social Media can be an exciting or scary prospect for non-profits and association executives. Carrying on an effective strategy is a crucial requirement if an organization is to form a wide base of popularity for its cause and create a true online community.
But with thousands of social networks available, how are you to know which ones will best advance your cause? If you are on the leading edge, you are on Facebook, and maybe even have experimented with YouTube. But is all of this giving you exposure? Are you actually being called by media? And how are you doing in your search engine rankings?
Join Mark Buzan, co-author of "Online PR and Social Media for Associations and Not-for-Profits" for this free webinar where you will learn some of the key elements in:
|| Presented by Mark Buzan, Principal and Chief Magnifying Officer of Action Strategies.
Mark Buzan is 14+ year experienced veteran in nonprofit association communications and public affairs.
Mark is a senior and expert professional as a relationship builder in public relations, lobbying, social media, stakeholder relations in roles as a Stakeholder Liaison, Senior Communications, Membership Recruiter, and Association Management Consultant. Mark is the Principal and Chief Magnifying Officer in Action Strategies.
As the the driving force behind Action Strategies’ success, he has developed advanced skills in association/ non-profit strategy planning in governance, public affairs, board/ employee relations, marketing communications, advocacy and public relations. Mark is accredited in Public Relations from the Canadian Public Relations Society. He is also the Co-Author of Online PR and Social Media for Not-for-Profits and Associations.
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