Lexington, NC (PRWEB) January 16, 2008
Nonprofits that are struggling to find more donors, volunteers, and clients and to build strong, long-term relationships with their supporters can now turn to a new nonprofit training resource -- a weekly webinar series from http://www.NonprofitMarketingGuide.com.
Upcoming topics include "Writing Your 2007 Nonprofit Annual Report" on January 17, 2008, followed by "Ten Easy Fixes for Your Boring Print Newsletter" on January 23, "How to Make Your Brochures Pop!" on January 29, and "Getting Reporters to Cover Your Nonprofit" on February 6. Future webinars will cover how nonprofits can incorporate storytelling into their communications, tips for using social networking sites like Facebook and YouTube to find new supporters, search engine optimization for nonprofit websites, email newsletter best practices, nonprofit branding, and more.
At only $49/webinar, this affordable nonprofit training on numerous marketing and communications topics is ideal for "do-it-yourself" nonprofit marketers and one-person communications departments at small to medium-sized nonprofit organizations. Each webinar will be based on the real-word experience and know-how of the instructors and will be full of practical tips and how-tos that nonprofit staff can put to work right away.
"Nonprofits don't sell cars or cereal, but they do sell good causes. The key to finding the right donors and supporters to back your good cause and to getting people to act on your behalf is understanding how to communicate with them," says Kivi Leroux Miller, president of EcoScribe Communications and Nonprofit Marketing Guide.com. "With some marketing savvy and smart communications strategies, even the smallest nonprofit organizations have the power to make big, positive changes in our world."
The nonprofit training schedule will be posted up to three months in advance. Nonprofits can learn about new additions to the schedule by subscribing to "Nonprofit Marketing Tips," a free email newsletter. Sign-up forms appear on all pages at http://www.NonprofitMarketingGuide.com. The training schedule will also be promoted on Miller's popular Nonprofit Communications Blog at http://www.NonprofitMarketingGuide.com/blog. Nonprofits can subscribe to the blog via an RSS reader or email.
Miller, who has worked on communications and marketing campaigns for nonprofits of all sizes across the U.S. and Canada, from small community-based groups to national trade associations, will teach many of the webinars. She is also recruiting other leading consultants, authors, and nonprofit executives to appear as guest speakers in webinars (audio and visual presentations), teleseminars (audio only), and e-clinics (in-depth, coaching webinars with a limited number of participants).
For additional information and to register for webinars, visit http://www.NonprofitMarketingGuide.com/webinars.htm.