Blackbaud is offering a free online event fundraising web seminar series from Dec. 14 to 18 to help nonprofits run successful online events. Topics will include: online event planning, converting offline support into online support, promoting events with email, using social media to broaden event reach, and analyzing event data, results, and impact.
The NetWits Know-How on Event Fundraising series will include the following seminars:
- Know-How on Converting Offline Participation to Online Participation – Dec. 15 at 2 pm ET Exploring cross-channel recruitment strategies, email collection efforts, offline data management, using online tools, and developing better online event communities
- Know-How on Designing an Event Email Marketing Strategy – Dec. 16 at 2 pm ET Covering topics including email timing, frequency, and design
- Know-How on Analyzing Event Results – Dec. 17 at 2 pm ET Focusing on best practices for performing detailed analyses of event data and translating results into donor acquisition and cultivation strategies
- Know-How on Using Twitter®, Facebook®, and YouTube® to Enhance Your Event’s Impact – Dec. 18 at 2 pm ET Participants will learn how to leverage the power of social media to efficiently extend their reach
Nonprofit professionals can sign up for these free web seminars at www.blackbaud.com/knowhow and also access archives of previous seminars on social media and online fundraising.
The NetWits Know-How web seminar series is an extension of the NetWits Thinktank blog at www.netwitsthinktank.com, which focuses on helping nonprofits learn more about technology, social media, fundraising and industry trends.