The COVID-19 pandemic, the election, and racial justice protests of 2020 have upended the entire nonprofit landscape. It is no longer business as usual for nonprofit fundraisers.
With all the noise on social media, physical distancing, and serious ethical considerations clouding the platforms, how can we continue to reach our audiences and spread our messages online?
In this webinar, nonprofit social media experts Julia Campbell and Susu Wong review important shifts in the social media landscape that nonprofits need to understand; discuss ways to stay relevant on social media in times of uncertainty; and provide a framework for your 2021 social media marketing strategy.
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Julia Campbell was recently named one of the 25 most influential nonprofit thought leaders and one of the seven nonprofit thought leaders to follow on Twitter during the coronavirus crisis. Julia Campbell is on a mission to make the digital world a better place.
She is the author of two books, a mom of two kids, and a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer. Her passion is to get organizations and change makers to stop spinning their wheels and start getting real results using digital tools. You can check out her thoughts and ideas at www.jcsocialmarketing.com/blog.
Susu Wong is the Founder and Principal of Tomo360, a digital marketing agency that helps businesses and nonprofits with their websites, graphic design, social media and email marketing, SEO and more!
Using her diverse business experience, Susu and the Tomo360 team have successfully helped hundreds of clients to fulfill their digital marketing needs. Susu has a unique combination of marketing, business, and technical experience that provides a well-rounded advantage to her clients.
She is also a Co-Founder of Women Accelerators, a nonprofit organization that is passionate about promoting the advancement of women.