Building a Social Media Dashboard

Event Date(s): 
October 12, 2011

Join us for a no-cost training on building effective online communications for nonprofits and social justice organizations. This training will be an interactive session to help you build out your online strategy efforts.

Do you know where you are being mentioned online? As the number of valuable eAdvocacy channels grows, tools are needed for tracking how and where a campaign or organization is being mentioned on web sites, blogs, Twitter, Facebook and elsewhere. This session will explain how to create such a tool, enumerate what free and low-cost tools are available, and describe best practices for getting the most value out of such tactical resources. View the training materials.

Reserve your spot at the training today!

When?

Wednesday, October, 12th
2:00 - 4:00pm

Where?

San Francisco Non-Profit Tech Center
1370 Mission St.
4th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94103

The training is small and no experience is necessary. Registration is free, but space is limited so reserve your spot today! Laptops are not required, but you may bring one for the Social Media Dashboard session. We can provide laptops at the training too.

Coordinating Your Online Communications Channels with a Publishing Matrix

Event Date(s): 
September 20, 2011

Many nonprofits find it confusing to manage and effectively coordinate organizational messages and campaigns across the mind-numbing plethora of social media outlets, blogs and communications channels. This training gives nonprofits a framework in which to look at different communications channels as effective for organizational goals. Participants will learn how online communications tools differ and relate to one another in terms of characteristics like tone, frequency and level of control. In this hands-on workshop, participants put together actual tools that they can use as an organization to inform and structure processes surrounding how, when and why to use their choice of communications channels.

This training also gives participants a structure in which to think of these channels so that it is no longer a huge array of strangely-named tools to learn. Rather, a selection of tools for an organization to choose from to achieve broader organizational goals.

Register now for this free seminar.

When?

Wednesday, September 28th
2:00 - 4:00 pm

Where?

San Francisco Non-Profit Tech Center
1370 Mission St.
4th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94103

The training is small and no experience is necessary, space is limited. Laptops are not required, but you may bring one for the Publishing Matrix session. We can provide laptops at the training too.

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Email Newsletters for Nonprofits

Event Date(s): 
September 14, 2011

We’re excited to return to Fresno, California on September 14 from 9am-4pm for a no cost training, “Email Newsletters for Nonprofits”, as part of the Central Valley eAdvocacy Capacity Building Program.

Register for September 14 in Fresno

This collaborative and hands-on training will provide nonprofits a better understanding of how to start an email newsletter or incorporate best practices into a current email newsletter.

Building Online Communications at Your Nonprofit

Event Date(s): 
August 23, 2011

Join us in Sacramento, CA on August 23 from 12:30 to 4:30pm with a no-cost training on building effective online communications for nonprofits and social justice organizations. Based on feedback from Central Valley participants, this training will include two interactive sessions to help you build out your online strategy efforts. View materials from the training.

Register for August 23 in Sac

Aspiration Online Identity Services

As the internet becomes ever more central to the way we conduct both our professional and personal affairs, the issue of how individuals and organizations are identified and located online becomes more of a concern.

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