Nonprofit Storytelling Seminar June 23, 2016
Do you know what it takes to tell a marvelous, memorable story?
Learn the steps to becoming a master storyteller at our Nonprofit Storytelling Seminar, back by popular demand.
As a nonprofit, you understand the importance of storytelling, as well as the difficulties in crafting your message. Grabbing the attention of a busy and distracted audience to help support your cause can be tough. If you feel your organization’s purpose is getting lost in the clouds, there is a simple tool at your disposal!
A great story will forge a deeper understanding of your organization’s mission. We can help you unearth that message.
Discover how to convey your message in a way that inspires and engages at our Nonprofit Storytelling Seminar in June.
This seminar is free to nonprofits and only a small fee for others to pay.
Light breakfast including fruit and snacks plus coffee will be provided to satisfy your empty stomach.
Nonprofit Seminar: Leveraging Your Video Online
As part of our Blueforest Gives Back applicant research, we have noticed that many nonprofit organizations already have videos but that they might be a few years old so they might not be using them. We checked out this video for Wake County Smart Start.
We thought that it was pretty good – maybe the stats are a little out of date, but it gets the point across so perhaps there’s a way that it can be leveraged.
For our clients that select it, we include BlueBoost – a service by which we optimize and promote the video on YouTube as well as provide recommendations to get the most out of the video asset. YouTube is the number 2
During our upcoming nonprofit seminar, we will provide an overview of the top 7 steps to properly optimize your YouTube video as well as how and when to place video on social media sites such as Facebook and Instagram. We will also talk about when videos can be used in email marketing – for instance, is it acceptable to send an old video to new subscribers? We encourage participants to submit their questions in advance and we’ll be ready with an answer.
Registration is free for our nonprofit friends and just a small fee for others.
Kathy Hughes Langfield and Kimberly Corrigan will be sharing their expertise during this 90-minute interactive seminar. We will also provide light snacks, coffee and soft drinks to get your morning started right!