Are you a time-strapped nonprofit looking for creative strategies and tools to mobilize your supporters and community? If so, we’ve got the session for you.
Nonprofits, advocacy organizations, and campaigns have an endless number of channels to engage their communities, spread their message, and ultimately drive action. Nonprofit websites, email, direct mail, social media, SMS, and video have all matured. Best practices emerge as nonprofits learn and adapt through experimentation and smart companies are constantly improving the available tools and developing new ones.
So… what do you do?
For time-strapped nonprofits, having so many new apps, tools, and communication channels available can be overwhelming and make engagement feel like a chore. Your board is asking why you don’t have your own online community and why you’re not using Vine, Reddit, Instagram, and Pinterest.
How do you succeed in this changing ecosystem?
What does your community expect?
What separates the heroes from the zeroes?
It comes down to creativity. Industry experts, Michael Wilson (CEO of Small World Labs), Avi Kaplan (Senior Strategist at Rad Campaign), and Emily Schwartz (Organizing Director at NationalBuilder) will help you make sense of this landscape and provide you with the roadmap on what you should do next.
Attendees will walk away with:
- Insight into how fostering and encouraging creativity can grow your community
- Creative strategies for using different communication channels to inspire action
- Strategies for measuring results on multiple channels and optimizing what works
- Examples of what early adopter nonprofits are doing and achieving
We are excited to share what we have learned over the years with you.
If you have any questions beforehand, or topics that you’d like us to make sure we cover, let us know in the comments below or email me at mwilson[AT]smallworldlabs.com.
See you in Washington!