John Doyle has over two decades of experience working for, advising, and consulting with national trade associations and nonprofits in Washington, DC. 

John Doyle has over two decades of experience working for, advising, and consulting with national trade associations and nonprofits in Washington, DC. 

Free Training: How to Use Social Media Strategically in 2016 to Be Heard and Get Results

 

Social media has become a mandatory part of every nonprofit's communications plan, but many executives still struggle to make their efforts pay off. Whether you're trying to increase your membership, raise your profile, or accomplish an advocacy goal, social media can play a key role ... but only if you're using it strategically.

Megan McDonald has helped national association and nonprofits create high-profile communications campaigns for over 12 years. She and Doyle recently co-authored a book, The TV Guide to Telling Your Organization's Story.

Megan McDonald has helped national association and nonprofits create high-profile communications campaigns for over 12 years. She and Doyle recently co-authored a book, The TV Guide to Telling Your Organization's Story.

Join us for our one-hour live training on November 18th at 2 p.m. ET (11 a.m. PT) to learn how to start leveraging social media to reach your communications goals.

 

In our webinar, you'll learn:

  • The three biggest mistakes nonprofits make on social media 
  • Four myths that are dooming your social media efforts and costing you thousands in wasted man-hours.
  • The one attitude shift you must make to succeed online
  • A simple, five-part method to make 2016 the year you use social media to achieve your marketing, advocacy, and PR goals.