Ask Me (& 2 Other Experts) about Using Social Media to Promote Your Cause — Ask Now, Chat 6/23 12pm Eastern

Q&A Last month's Chronicle of Philanthropy-sponsored online chat (transcript here) on using social media to promote good causes was such an overwhelming success that we've scheduled a Part 2 for Tuesday, June 23rd at noon, eastern. Join in here.

This is your chance to have all your social media questions answered by me or my co-chatters, social media masterminds Danielle Brigida of the National Wildlife Federation and Wendy Harman of The American Red Cross.

But ASK RIGHT NOW, RIGHT HERE, if  you want your question answered. Because we plow through questions as they are submitted and last round didn't get anywhere near through the list. So you're invited to submit your social media question now to ensure it's at the top of the list. We'll do our best to answer it on Tuesday.

Don't forget to review the focused, useful answers already available from Part 1 right here!

See you Tuesday, noon eastern!

P.S.  Before your turn your attention to social media, make sure your communications basics are strong. A high-impact organizational tagline is a vital marketing strategy. Download the free Nonprofit Tagline Report for must-dos, don't dos, case studies and 1,000+ nonprofit tagline examples!

Nancy Schwartz on June 18, 2009 in Nonprofit Communications, Professional Development, Social Media | 1 comment
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  • Judy

    Thank you, Nancy! This article is very timely; I just sent out an email survey yesterday asking potential volunteers to identify any barriers to participation that they perceive. An advisory group would be the logical next step, and great for ongoing feedback. Thank you!!!!

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