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July 13, 2009

A Whole New Set of Webinars

We just announced a new batch of webinars covering social media as part of our ongoing webinar series.  This latest set is a mixture of the old & the new—and the basics & the advanced.  As usual, they are all totally FREE!

We are revisiting favorite webinar topics like Social Networking Strategy for Nonprofits and Twitter for Nonprofits.  These sessions will be great opportunities for newcomers to our webinars to get up to speed on the basics of social networking.  We'll tell you what kind of resources your organization will need to take advantage of social media and what you can expect.

We’ve also got two sessions on fundraising that delve into specific case studies.

Fundraising on Twitter: 140 Smiles Case Study is going to go into the challenges of raising money on the world's fastest growing social networking platform and detail one approach adopted by Operation Smile's 140 Smiles (#140smiles) campaign.

Event Fundraising on Facebook: Alliance for Lupus Research Case Study will cover Facebook applications and how building your own might help your organization's supporters raise money from their online networks on your behalf.

Finally, we've got two upcoming sessions that get down with the nitty-gritty of advanced social media.

Fish Where the Fish Are or Not: Facebook vs. House Networks is going to compare successful nonprofit Facebook communities to successful communities that nonprofits have created themselves, and it will lay out what you should consider when deciding between the two.

And Social Networking: What is Community Management & Moderation and Why Should I Care About It? will try to convince you that your organization really does need to be an active voice in your online community long after you've laid all the technical bricks down. Luckily, we'll also tell you a thing or two about how to go about doing that!

Check out the schedule here


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