Webinar: Market Your Virtual Programs Digitally – Jul 9

Posted by Iris Creative Group on June 30, 2020

If you found marketing your events and programs challenging before quarantine, the difficulty dial might feel like it’s been turned up to 11 over the past few months. As you shift the new events, and new models for old events, it may be hard to know what to say and how to promote you programs to drive registration. Join Beth Brodovsky for our next Master Class to learn how to use digital marketing to attract attendee to sign up — and show up.

In this class you’ll learn:

  • Digital marketing tactics for email and social
  • Compelling message strategies that drive action
  • Shifts to make people comfortable with new technology
  • How to track…and when to tweak your marketing
  • The #1 factor in sign up success

Who is this for?

This class will help if you need new ideas for using email, social media and other online tools to promote your events. It will also be valuable for marketers who are promoting online programs for the first time and need to get their community on-board.

What to expect:

This webinar will be presented with slides and includes discussion via chat with peers from across the nonprofit marketing spectrum. You will not need video or a microphone to attend.

We encourage sharing of your ideas and solutions during class. Participants will be invited to join in polls and answers will be displayed to better understand what’s happening across the sector.

All attendees can ask questions during class — and feel free to email after the class any questions you have about the content.

Can’t make it live? Need to leave early? You can access a replay for one week after the class.

Date and Time: Thursday, July 9, 2:00–3:15pm

$69 – Register now: https://digital-marketing-mc-july20.securechkout.com/



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