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Here are just some of the great things that participants had to say about the inaugural Nonprofit Social Media Summit:
“This day was the perfect vehicle to help me marry my professional background with social media best practices to help my NP define their “brand”, deepen relationships with existing supporters and find new ones who are likely to care about our mission. Take a bow folks! Drop the mic. Leave the stage to thunderous applause. Bang! You killed it!”
“In thirty years of conference-going I can honestly say this was the most idea-packed, directly-usable, highly relevant, real-world advice machine I’ve ever had the pleasure of being witness to. Seriously, the NP social media experts coupled with the front line case studies of real organizations generated tons of immediately useable ideas, strategies, and tactics. It was easily the best 8 hours of learning I’ve ever had.”“I went into this day dreading a long day of sessions, but boy was I wrong! Thank you all for such a great day. I learned more than I could have ever imagined. I gained confidence in my skills. I enjoyed each session and was engaged throughout the course of the entire day. Amazing. I have no words!”
ICYMI: 🎉🎉 I am launching a brand new, all-day live #nonprofit event in Boston! The Nonprofit Social Media Summit will be on August 29 at Babson College – one day only! 🎉🎉 Learn more at https://t.co/W3Dgs3hq6X and watch the video below! More speakers to be announced! pic.twitter.com/Y1cn9ZTWk1
— Julia Campbell #NPSocialSummit (@JuliaCSocial) June 24, 2019
This event is special because it’s limited to 80 people and will provide you with an intensive professional development experience. This is NOT your typical nonprofit conference.
After the summit, you will…
– Gain the clarity of focus to execute a social media plan that won’t waste your time or resources
– Have the confidence to build and cultivate a culture that approves of and embraces social media marketing
– Be familiar with social media tools and technologies that can save you time and money, all on a shoestring budget
Will food be provided?
We’ll provide a light breakfast ‘ bagels, cream cheese, and coffee. Lunch, refreshments, and light snacks throughout the day will all be taken care of. If you have any food allergies or restrictions, let us know after you register and we’ll do our best to accommodate.
Is there lodging available?
If you’ll need overnight accommodations, there is an on-site hotel and you can book at room at https://usbecc.webhotel.microsdc.us/.
What should I wear?
Just come in whatever is comfortable for you. You won’t be out of place in jeans. You might bring a light jacket or a sweater in case it’s cold in the classroom.
What will the schedule look like?
The event will be from 9am to 5pm. The day will be broken up into sessions, many of which are hands-on and will get you interacting and discussing with other attendees. You’ll have plenty of opportunity to ask questions, get answers, and walk away with practical information and you’ll leave with an actional plan for Social Media success.
What should I bring?
You can bring a laptop and please bring examples of your social media campaigns and pages (either URLs to pull up or screenshots) so that you have something tangible in front of you that we can review together.
Have a different question?
Feel free to email Julia Campbell (julia) with any additional questions.
Learn What Really Works In Social Media And What You Can Leave Behind
Nonprofits are using social media every day to grab attention, inspire curiosity, and ultimately raise money for their causes. However, many nonprofit social media campaigns fall flat, launch to crickets, and fail to get results. It’s not because we don’t do great work – we do!
Many fail because we aren’t born knowing how to communicate and how to leverage social media to engage people in our cause, and get them to take action.
This limited-enrollment in-person training summit will help you create actionable plans to integrate social media into your multichannel marketing and fundraising campaigns.
Sessions will cover:
– Using social media to reach and retain donors
– Promoting events using social media platforms
– Creating an organizational culture that embraces social media
Hosted by Julia Campbell
Reserve your seat today, as space is very limited! This event was created JUST FOR YOU, the busy nonprofit social media manager who wants to do ALL THE THINGS but needs a strategy, a plan, and some tactics and tools to be able to work smarter, not harder.
What makes this event unique is that it will be limited to no more than 80 participants, so you will have unique opportunities to interact and meet personally with trainers and attendees.
By attending, you’ll also be joining a group of like-minded nonprofit professionals and you’ll be given the opportunity to participate in a post-conference online community where you can share ideas, successes, challenges, and get advice from your fellow attendees and our trainers/facilitators.
Use the form below to register for the Nonprofit Social Media Summit. Hope to see you there!
Attend the full-day summit and join the post-conference community.
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