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Dec 8 / Jeff Moriarty

Using social media for your non-profit or cause

Small group discussions, Managing Non-Profit T...
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The December 9th topic is going to be a discussion about how local non-profits are leveraging social media to engage consumers and drive profits, donations or otherwise, for their organizations.

Social Impacts Go Well Beyond the Relationship

Like many for-profit businesses, the impacts of social media on non-profits have been far reaching. From deepening the relationships non-profits have with consumers, to engaging them with cause-related activities to hyper-localizing non-profit outreach, social media has created monumental opportunities and changes for non-profits.

Join us as we explore global, local and social media trends that are affecting non-profits in the way they connect to their consumers via the web, particularly the social web. We will discuss how non-profits are engaging on the social web, how the social web is affecting giving via social profiles or the traditional website, along with some stories of failure or success.

The session will be moderated by Michael Barber and starts at 6:30pm. Please help spread the word, and send us any questions you would like covered via Twitter @SMCPhoenix or email at smcphoenix@gmail.com

Social Media 101 – Social Media Maintenance

Setting up your social media properties is just one step on the path. Once you’re on the air, how do care for your properties, keep them up to date, and stay current with technologies and trends? This is the topic of Evo Terra‘s Social Media 101, starting at 5:30 — sharp!  It’s a free, open format discussion so come on down with your questions!

Because we only have about 45 minutes for the class plus a Q & A session, please be on time. The class will end at 6:15, giving everyone plenty of time to make it to the main SMCPHX meeting that starts promptly at 6:30.

Both discussion are open to anyone interested, join in at the Jobing.com offices!

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