Online marketing presents opportunities for nonprofit organizations to get found, build relationships, and drive donations.

The end-of-year giving season is quickly approaching. It’s important to have a strong foundation in place to ensure you can build relationships and reach the people who matter most online.

If you’re just getting started with online marketing or not seeing the results you’ve hoped for then this session is for you.

Here’s what real nonprofits said when we asked what they find to be the most challenging part of online marketing:

The top 3 challenges include: figuring out what to post on social, finding the best tools to use, and finding the time to manage it all.

No matter your biggest challenge, you’ll want to have an understanding of the foundational elements of online marketing and how they work together.

With our guest expert, Michele Hickey, you’ll learn a smarter, more practical approach to getting the word out about your organization to end the year on a high note. 

Watch our free webinar on online marketing for nonprofits

In this on-demand webinar, you’ll learn:

  • How people find you online
  • How to set yourself up for success
  • How it all comes together

In addition to nearly 30 years of experience in the nonprofit sector, Michele Hickey of Silver Lining Communications has an MS in Professional and Technical Communication from NJIT, an MA in Nonprofit Management from the New School University, and a BA in Business from Rutgers University. In 2003, she founded Silver Lining Communications, LLC which specializes in content development for the nonprofit sector. She works with nonprofits of all sizes and types, from higher education institutions to grassroots organizations. She has been a Constant Contact Certified Solution Provider since 2018. 

“Presenters were engaging and informative. All the components of online marketing were fit together into something more approachable and digestible. Thanks!”

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