Social Media for Not-For-Profit Organizations
It’s Way More Than Facebook and Twitter: Top 10 Social Media Best Practices Every Not-For-Profit Organization Needs to Know In a challenging economic environment, incorporating social media into the marketing mix can be a cost-effective way for not-for-profit organizations to communicate with and engage community stakeholders. Yet many organizations are paralyzed with inaction, struggling to understand why this emerging medium is relevant to their mission or how to best harness its near-limitless power. In this engaging and lively session, Nate Towne will illuminate the murky depths of social media, bringing to light the top ten social media best practices every not-for-profit organization can and should begin using today to help achieve its organizational goals. Nate Towne is a social media and public relations counselor at Hiebing, Madison Wisconsin"s largest integrated advertising and brand development agency. Passionate about social media and its role in thoughtful public relations, Nate uses his unique talents to help his clients interact with their publics through engaging, meaningful, and honest communication. Prior to joining Hiebing, Nate founded his own public relations and marketing communications business and was a syndicated freelance journalist writing for various entertainment, news, and business media. This event is sponsored by First Business Bank and offered at no cost to the Madison area business community. Please forward this invitation to any not-for-profit organization board you are a part of.
- Social Media for Not-For-Profit Organizations
- Wednesday, September 30, 2009
- 7:30 AM – 8:00 AM Continental Breakfast and Networking
- 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM Presentation
- 9:00 AM – 9:30 AM Q&A
One John Nolen Drive
- Free to the Madison area business community.
- A parking pass will be provided
- Registration Deadline
- September 23, 2009