All times in Mountain Time:
August 13 (12-1 pm)
Geek the Library Information Session (Geek the Library)
Get a complete Geek the Library overview and your questions answered in a live format. Our informational webinars are a simple way to learn about the details before committing to participate in the program.
August 13 (1-2 pm)
How to Build an Army of Online Brand Ambassadors (NonProfit Webinars)
Nonprofits are strapped for resources – staff time is minimal and marketing budgets are nonexistent. What are some creative ways that you can build buzz and spread the word about your nonprofit on the cheap? Consider tapping into your existing network to find Brand Ambassadors – supporters that will voluntarily promote your nonprofit and your cause by blogging, tweeting and speaking publicly about how much they love you! People who want to spread the word about your cause, raising money and awareness are by far your greatest online asset – if they are identified, engaged and acknowledged correctly!
August 20 (1-2 pm)
Email Marketing 101 – Beyond the Monthly Newsletter (NonProfit Webinars)
Most nonprofits are using email to reach out, inform and solicit their supporters in some manner. However, many nonprofits are not fully utilizing the medium to maximize their results. If you feel your email marketing could use a little help or want to take it to the next level, this webinar is exactly what you need. In this jam-packed webinar we will highlight a number of successful tactics and strategies you can start using immediately to increase your efforts.
August 29 (11-12 pm)
Marketing Libraries: What the not-for-profits can learn from the lots-of-profits (WebJunction)
You built it and promoted it, but they didn’t come? Libraries can learn from marketing strategies that for-profit organizations use. Get beyond the one-off approach to promotion. Explore how to build “ambient awareness,” establishing your library as an authoritative source and a definitive provider of services for the community. Learn how to use social media not only for communication, but as a tool to monitor and document the impact of the library. Get your whole team on board to tell the library’s convincing story of its impact on your community.