MEMOIRS OF YOUR MISSION: STORYTELLING FOR A CAUSE  for a Cause

Most nonprofits are founded on a story that needs to be told. And though no nonprofit wants to be unforgettable, many are despite championing gold-star worthy, blue-ribbon pinning, finisher-medal wearing causes.

Saving the world is admirable…grandiose even, but without emotion, your message is a distraction like everything else.

Does your nonprofit’s digital presence exemplify the best of your organization?
What if you could take your nonprofit’s social status from mediocre to super?
So you don’t have to be embarrassed by your web presence.
So you don’t have to secretly (or not so secretly) envy nonprofits that do story + social well.
So your donors, volunteers and fellow do-gooders take notice.
So you have the respect of your peers and perhaps become the nonprofit of envy.
So people care about your organization … because it matters.

You … defender of honor; protector of civility; supporter of better days and better ways your online presence is not just a series of meaningless likes, shares, reposts and tweets. It’s the memoirs of your mission.

*How to stop talking about history and tell the stories of now
*Understand the psychology of storytelling
*Learn #1 people really want when they approach your nonprofit
*Learn what a story is not
*How best to show the work while honoring pushy stakeholders
*How to tap into the emotion that makes people care

 

STORYBOARD: HOW TO TELL YOUR STORY WITH SOCIAL MEDIA

Social media presents lots of opportunities to share a story. In this workshop, learn how to repurpose content to share your signature story.

*Learn the best way to repurpose and share content
*Learn what platforms work best for the story

Participants leave with a 30-day content plan.

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The Wonder List: 215 Ways to Use the Internet to Market Yourself

The Wonder List covers simple techniques to getting noticed online. The List includes 15 free social media automation tools to help you save time. 

Look for an inbox full of WONDER.

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