Social 4 Nonprofits is a new online social media course specifically for nonprofit organizations. It’s not built for marketing experts or tech gurus, it’s built for you if:
If any of these are you, this course is made for you. You'll learn to:
About Social 4 Nonprofits
Social 4 Nonprofits begins in Phase 1 with an exploration of your ideal supporter. You’ll create an avatar, or persona, that will help you understand the needs, wants, and priorities of your supporters. Identifying with an avatar helps you develop empathy and make your marketing more relatable.
Phase 2 helps you understand the importance of listening on social media channels. You’ll be better equipped to create relationships if you understand what’s already being said about you online.
Phase 3 gives you an overview of social media and includes in-depth sections on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Vimeo. And a bonus section that shows you how to use Canva for creating graphics and profile images.
Phase 4 will teach you how to measure your efforts to
see if you’re going in the right direction. Much like the GPS in our
cars, your analytics can tell you what you need to do more — and what
you need to do less. Your numbers will guide you to the best strategies.
You Also Get
Here's the feedback I received from the live workshop that inspired this course.
I'm Beth Gramling Sanders and I've been in marketing since 2004. I work primarily with small businesses, nonprofits, solopreneurs, and other independent professionals to help them reach their audience and grow their organizations.
My first book, Online Success: 7 Steps to a Powerful Internet Presence, was released in early 2018. I love speaking and teaching and do it as often as I can.
Each year, I participate in Memphis' GiveCamp, founded in 2011. GiveCamp is a weekend-long event that brings together technology professionals who provide nonprofit organizations with solutions, strategies, and tools that help them maximize their work in the community.
Since 2004, I've guided nonprofit organizations in marketing and social media through both training and implementation of social media programs.
I live in a suburb of Memphis, Tennessee with Jim, my husband of 33 years and our two rescue dogs, Charlie and Layla. We have two grown daughters and one son-in-law.