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Content Strategy 101: Catering Your Content to Engage Your Audiences
March 28 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm$25
This program is offered to the New Jersey Center for Nonprofits community under a Memorandum of Understanding with Nonprofit New York.
Members of the New Jersey Center for Nonprofits are eligble for $10 off on this program with use of a specific discount code. Email email@example.com if you need the code.
Is your content helping your organization reach its goals? How does your digital presence (website and social media) help guide your audiences to take action to reach your organizations mission?
Relatable content is engaging content. In this workshop you’ll learn how to research your target audiences across platforms, develop a content strategy that centers your audience, and elevates the digital identity of your organization. We will also share digital marketing best practices like measuring content success with simple methods fit for a nonprofit staff of any size. You won’t want to miss this collaborative workshop where we show you how to use your organizations past content to reposition your contents path to the future.
- Establish communication objectives and measure success.
- Develop a comprehensive understanding of target audiences.
- Conduct research on competitor/peer organizations.
- Develop an understanding of digital communication best practices.
- Ensure your digital identity and voice are inclusive and follow ethical storytelling guidelines.
This workshop will be presented by Evan Briggs, Digital Fundraising & Client Engagement Manager for Wingo NYC
Key Area(s) of Excellence:Fundraising and Resource Development;Technology and Data Use
Participants who complete the post-session evaluation can receive a PDF copy of the presentation.
Please Note: This meeting is open to staff and board members of current Nonprofit New York member organizations and non-member organizations. Organizations may send more than one individual to participate, HOWEVER if the event sells out registration may be limited to ONE person per organization due to space constraints.