Last Chance—Learn to Craft Relevant Messages

Relevant Nonprofit MessagesWhat if you were skilled at the most critical marketing process necessary to engage your target audiences with clarity and purpose?

What if you mastered a proven 11-step message development process so you had a positioning statement, key messages and a sparkling tagline that connected with your supporters and energized your staff, board and volunteers?

And what if you could perform this marketing transformation with expert guidance in just 6 weeks?

Well now you can, starting Tuesday, May 7. But there are just three seats leftLearn more here.

Note: No worries if you’re unable to make the first live webinar on May 7. I’ll guide you into the program and webinar recordings (video and audio) including all Q&As, plus the slide deck, will be available for review at your convenience.

Please join me for the Tagline Focus Project— I’ll serve as your coach as you learn to shape messages that connect your organization with the people who can move your mission forward.

Message mastery is within your grasp. You have the mind and creativity, budget and time it takes—you can’t afford not to. And I have a way to take you there via this small group learning program.

You’ll finish the Tagline Focus Project with a tagline ready to launch and the skills, tested process, tools and templates to build out an engaging message platform for your organization, and its programs, services, events and campaigns. This ability is vital to your organization, and to increasing your own professional value!

I encourage you to go ahead and register right now for the Tagline Focus Project. Just three seats remain.

P.S. No worries if you’re unable to make the first live webinar Tuesday, May 7. I’ll guide you into the program and webinar recordings (video and audio) including all Q&As, plus the slide deck, will be available for review at your convenience.

Learn more here.

Nancy Schwartz on May 6, 2013 in Branding and Messages | 0 comments
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