*Special Program* Digital Marketing for the Social Entrepreneur
Tuesday, October 24, 2017 12:00 pm
1:30 pm ET
In-person | Washington, DC
Being a one-person shop or running a nonprofit can feel daunting, where do you even begin? With so many competing priorities, digital marketing can get put to the side, but you are missing out on one of the easiest ways to connect with your constituents or raise more money for free.
90% of the decision-making process is made even before constituents reach out to you directly or request more information. These days you have informed consumers making decisions prior to even talking to you. This is why digital marketing should be a top priority and all it takes is a little bit of your time. Set yourself up for success and don’t miss this opportunity to hear more about how to fundraise and pitch organization through online marketing.
- Tips for getting started in digital marketing
- Best practices for running a successful campaign
- Do’s and Don’ts of social media posts
About the Presenters:
Digitial Marketing Manager at EVERFI
Ashley has been passionate about marketing throughout her career, as a digital marketing expert she has a demonstrated history of running strategic digital marketing campaigns. She is constantly looking for the ROI on every campaign she runs and is passionate about her current company’s mission to bring financial education to lower income children and adults. She is on the front lines of using content-driven campaigns to close more deals to help grow the business. In her spare time, she can be seen biking through D.C., running a bowling league, or training for her next big hike.
Space is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis.
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