We all know our organization's email, website, and social media properties could better engage constituents ... but where to begin?
This session will review 25 easy-to-implement opportunities to help your nonprofit charity build better relationships, take more actions, and raise more money. From best practices to campaign ideas, you will leave with a toolkit of tactics that can each be implemented in under 2 hours.
Join us in July and learn about online engagement from Chris Tuttle (http://www.christuttle.com/). http://photos3.meetupstatic.com/photos/event/7/7/7/6/event_209550582.jpegChris provides online engagement strategies for nonprofit charity organizations.
Combining his experience as a community organizer with a technology and website development background, Tuttle provides a unique expertise combining constituent relationship building, marketing and online technologies.
Highlights of Tuttle's career include having developed the Day of Silence (http://www.dayofsilence.org/), a national annual anti-bullying campaign involving over half-a-million students in more than 5,000 K -12 schools; managing social media engagement and live streaming of Opportunity Nation's 2012 Conference garnering over 5 million social media impressions in 48 hours, becoming a trending topic; creating an online networking community of over 40,000 student organizers; received over 200,000 video views on his "It Get's Better" submission, and training over 5,000 individuals at local, state, and national conferences and sessions.
Chris is a self-diagnosed geek and a jigsaw puzzle and Kermit the Frog lover.
Find Tuttle on Twitter at @ChrisTuttle (https://twitter.com/christuttle) and us at @SocGoodTech (http://www.twitter.com/socgoodtech). Also, we invite you to engage with each other online using the hashtag #SocGoodTech.