- WordPress Basics for Non-profits
Hi all, I hope everyone is enjoying their summer. Our September meetup will be crash course on WordPress for non-profits. This workshop will give you a behind the scenes look at how WordPress works; what plugins do and how to install them; how to update your WordPress site; and some of the common challenges WordPress users face. WordPress can be a difficult platform to master, but it's also one of the best tools for any organization trying to create a simple and effective website. Food and drink will be provided. The event will be held in the Rufus Jones Room of Friends Center. Thank you, Kenyatta
- Email Automation for Nonprofit Organizations
Hi all, At July's Net Tuesday we will be discussing email automation strategies for Nonprofits. This workshop will focus on email automation for updates, actions, and fundraising, but the principals may be applied to other types of email. During the conversation we will explore: - Email automation tools - List segmentation - Creating email campaigns - And copyrighting for effective engagement As always, this event will be held in the Rufus Jones Room at Friends Center, 1501 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102. Doors open at 6:00pm and food will be provided.
- Going Live: Using Live Video for Non-Profits
Hi all, On Tuesday June 5th Net Tuesays will be hosting a hands on live video training. We will be live streaming from a phone in the building during the workshop while answering questions and talking about equipment and strategies you can use to get the most out of your live video. This workshop will: - Show you how to start, end, and schedule your live video - Allow you to get used to the delay involved with live video - Show you how a team can work together to make live video more engaging - Give you some hands on experience troubleshooting issues that may occur during live videos We will be using Facebook and Instagram live videos if time allows. As always, this event will be held in the Rufus Jones Room at Friends Center, 1501 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102. Doors open at 6:00 and Food will be provided.
- Building Across Boundaries: Engage individuals with limited technology
Hi all, At our May event we'll be discussing strategies for organizing in communities where some members have low technology access or literacy. While smartphones and Facebook reach most Americans there are still plenty of people who aren't using social technology to communicate. Susan Christian, a Germantown based community sustainability organizer, will talk about some of the strategies she's used to organize effective campaigns in communities with inconsistent technology use/access. This workshop is perfect for anyone who's interested in or doing community organizing. Doors open at 6:00 and the program will begin at 6:30. Food and drink will be provided. Happy Spring, Kenyatta
- Going Live: Getting the most out of live video for your organization
Hi all, At April's event we will be demystifying the use of Facebook and Instagram live video for non-profits. Live video can be intimidating, but its one of the few free tools for connecting with your audience that's highly prioritized by social media platforms making it a perfect choice for organizations that don't have the budget to advertise/boost post. This event will cover: The best times to use live video, How to effectively capture interesting content, And some tips for making live engaging for a live audiance This event will be hosted by the Bryan Carter, a social media expert and the chief editor of Main Course Magazine. Food and drink will be provided. Thank you, Kenyatta
- Managing effective email list
Hi all, On Tuesday, March 6th, join a community of non-profit leaders as we learn about managing effective email list from data guru Dan Bradley. This is a bring your laptop to class style workshop where participants will have the ability to ask targeted questions and get help on their specific issue. You can learn more about Dan at Bradleyanalytics.com. As always the event will be held at Friends Center 1501 Cherry Street, in the Rufus Jones Room. Doors open at 6:00 and the program will begin at 6:30 Food and drink will be provided. Thank you, Kenyatta