The Nonprofit Technology Network has a refreshingly open method of designing the program for its 2014 annual conference, and the votes of folks like you are a key part of it.
I’ve partnered with some fantastic experts on these two sessions and hope you’ll to help bring them to life by voting for them today. Voting closes Wednesday, July 31 so vote now please!
Get a sizzling start to your NTC by connecting with like-minded marketers & fundraisers. This is your chance to hang out, talk shop, exchange ideas and swap notes about top-of-your-list sessions.
Join your hosts—Sarah Durham, Kivi Leroux Miller and your truly plus a few nonprofit staffers (TBD)—to participate in an interactive group discussion on the hot issues of the day, get your burning question answered and meet a few new friends. Come prepared to share your tips and learn some new approaches and tools that will help you stay productive and sane in the ever-changing world of nonprofit communications. Goodie giveaway too! Hope to see you there.
REVOLUTION: How Content Marketing Will Change Your Online Fundraising Forever
There’s a revolution that’s coming, and it’ll solve some of your toughest problems. You’ll be able to improve your SEO, win social media and generate more funds.
The revolution is content marketing. Join me and Causevox‘ Rob Wu to learn tricks and tips for creating and distributing magnetic content that will draw (and keep close) the folks you want to give, participate and register. We’ll discuss case studies from nonprofits and show you how content marketing can revolutionize the way you fundraise online.
Here are a few other proposed sessions I’m eager to sit in on. I’ve already voted these up, and hope you will too:
- Engage All The Things: Building a Holistic Online Engagement Plan
- How We Doubled Our Online Fundraising Program in One Year—Cornell Lab of Ornithology Case Study
- Is it Time to Rethink Your Communications?—Including linking your CRM & CMS & email
- Using Data to Tell Your Story (I’ve been waiting forever for this one)
Thanks for voting these up today. I’m looking forward to the conference (March 13-15 in Washington, D.C.) and hope to see you there!